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Laura Corrales-Diaz Pomatto is a fifth-year PhD Candidate at the USC Davis School of Gerontology.

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program Panel Recap

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The Graduate School hosted a Research and Fellowships Week panel on the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship program. Current USC NSF PhD students and Graduate School staff offered this advice on why and how apply for this prestigious fellowship: Illustrate in your application an interdisciplinary approach to your research.   Remember the NSF […]

The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters is an etching by the Spanish painter and printmaker Francisco Goya.

USC PhD Profile: Jacqueline Sheean

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Understanding the Madness Within On All Hallows’ Eve, people delight in the ghouls and goblins that go bump in the night. We squeal and giggle over the prospect of external terrors that our minds remind us are only fantasies – we are safe. But what happens when the mind itself turns on us and the […]

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Pics from the USC Annenberg Fellowship Symposium!

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  On April 21st, 2016, the USC Graduate School hosted the eighth annual USC Annenberg Graduate Fellowship Research & Creative Project Symposium. Students from Annenberg, Viterbi, and Cinematic Arts all came together to showcase their research for all to see! Check out some of the photos from this awesome event and remember to join us […]

USC PhD Profile: Fei Fang

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Fei Fang, a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science in the Viterbi School of Engineering, successfully defended her thesis this month and is about to accept a tenure-track Faculty position at Carnegie Mellon University! We caught up with Fei to congratulate her and do a short Q&A. Did you hold any Fellowships while […]

Leah Aldridge, Graduate Student Advocate for Fellowships

Meet Graduate Student Advocate for Fellowships: Leah Aldridge

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In addition to being the Graduate Student Advocate for Fellowships, Leah is a USC School of Cinematic Arts PhD candidate. The focus of her research examines the international circulation of black cinematic images. Specifically she investigates the historical and industrial determinants that trigger Hollywood black film production cycles and analyzes their consumption abroad. Leah’s Role at the Graduate School […]

Fall 2015 Fellowship Info Session and Faculty Review Clinics

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FALL 2015 FELLOWSHIP INFO SESSIONS Each of these hour-long info sessions offers an insider’s look at funding opportunities that can make your academic and professional goals a reality. Wednesday, September 2, 10:00am, GFS 329: Fellowships in STEM Fields Thursday, September 3, 10:00am, GFS 329: Fellowships for International Students Tuesday, September 8, 12:00 noon: Fellowship in […]

Fulbright U.S. Students Grant Application Tips

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Hello Fulbright (and potential) Applicants! This is a friendly reminder that the USC Fulbright deadline is just about 2 months away.  Wherever you are in the application process, we hope these suggestions help you take your proposal planning and drafting to the next level. If you have not done so already, make it a priority to begin […]