Two college professors from Portland, Ore., spoke about their interdisciplinary work meshing urban planning and art to highlight stories of displacement in historically black neighborhoods, during the USC Price Urban Growth Seminar on Feb. 23. The event featured Lisa Bates, a Portland State University associate professor for urban studies and planning, and Sharita Towne, an […]
For the first time, the USC Price School of Public Policy hosted a three-day training program to introduce undergraduates from Seoul National University (SNU) to “Creative California.” Through a series of lectures and site visits, students from South Korea’s top university gained first-hand knowledge of creative industries, ranging from film to fine arts to sports.
USC Price School of Public Policy Professor Raphael Bostic returned to campus for the first time since taking leave to assume the role of president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, joining Dean Jack H. Knott for a discussion on the state and direction of the U.S. economy, issues of opportunity and […]
As an immigrant, Emile Haddad has experienced much of the same challenges faced by many minorities working in the U.S. real estate industry. And as a survivor of civil war, he’s also experienced the challenges faced by religious minorities in Lebanon. Haddad – CEO of FivePoint Holdings and chair of the Lusk Center’s Advisory Council […]
USC Price School of Public Policy Gabriele Almon MPP ’12 serves on the FEMA National Advisory Council, where she focuses on advocating for low-income, vulnerable communities when disasters occur.
USC Price School alumna Kimberly Freeman, MPP '97, has joined the USC Dornsife School as associate dean, chief diversity officer. She recently spoke about her plans for diversity, equity and inclusion, and how exploring cultures and making connections have been critical to her journey in life.