Building upon the momentum from last year’s inaugural USC Public Service Weekend program, the USC Price School of Public Policy introduced 27 undergraduate students from underrepresented backgrounds to the impact that careers in public service can make on social justice and equity. In partnership with the Public Policy & International Affairs Program, the Price School […]
Hue-Tam Webb Jamme – a Ph.D. candidate in Urban Planning and Development at the USC Price School of Public Policy – applied for three scholarships from California-based transportation organizations in hopes that she would win one to help fund field work for her dissertation. She ended up getting all three.
Fourteen LAPD officers presented capstone projects on June 2 — it was the culmination of the 12-month LEAD certificate program, which combines the USC Price School’s expertise in community policing with the Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work’s understanding of vulnerable populations. Officers learned evidence-based techniques to reduce the need for force and become better […]
As the school year came to a close, representatives from three university student organizations showed up at a class taught by USC Price School of Public Policy Professor LaVonna Lewis and announced she had been chosen as the recipient of the 2018 Student Government Community Achievement Award — in recognition of faculty who have gone […]
Thanks to the year-long Policy Analysis Practicum, Master of Public Policy students from the USC Price School added a new line to their résumés: consultants for high-level domestic and international clients, including government agencies, municipalities, nonprofits, foundations, and more.
Before completing their time as Trojans, two USC Price seniors took time off from studying for finals to present their undergraduate class projects at a Thai Town Council meeting. For their Bachelor of Science in Urban Studies and Planning capstone, Saul Ortiz and Vanessa Vucinic took a studio course on “Inclusive Neighborhood Revitalization in Thai […]