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Adam Feinman is a fifth year Ph.D. candidate in Biomedical Engineering.

New Research: Unfamiliar Territory

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From the series, Badges: Trials and Tribulations on the Road to Graduate/Professional School Success, by Adam Feinman New Research: Unfamiliar Territory By Adam Feinman  We all enter graduate programs with an idea of what we are looking to get out of it. Some may wish to make a change in the world; others may be looking to […]

Jonathan Dentler is a first year student in the History Department Ph.D program. He is interested in the history of visual cultures, philosophies and theories of history, and modern American and European history.

Guest Blogger Jonathan Dentler Introduces “Pius Aeneas”

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Introducing the series, Pius Aeneas By Jonathan Dentler   Los Angeles begins with the grunts and bellows of elephant seals on the beach, bloated creatures that live most of their lives a mile deep gorging on squid and crustaceans. It starts there, on the beach near the golden bluffs of Hearst’s mansion, Disneyland’s alter ego.  It continues with […]

Brian Leung, a Neuroscience PhD student, tests out Google Glass.

The Not-So-Small Price for Scientific Research

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From the series Science Through Unpolished Glass The Not-So-Small Price for Scientific Research By Brian Leung Brian is a PhD student in the USC Neuroscience program These past few weeks, every news organization and social media website has been posting about the discourse happening in Washington DC and the employees affected by the shut down. To […]

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USC Fellow Co-Productes Launch of New Autism Resource

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USC Fellow Co-Productes Launch of New Autism Resource by Lauren Evashenk  Laura Cechanowicz, an Annenberg Fellow and PhD student in the USC School of Cinematic Arts’ new iMAP program, is looking forward to the upcoming launch event for the Interacting with Autism website, for which she has been a team member for the last two […]

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Gifted musician joins USC Thornton’s composition program

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By Lauren Evashenk January 22, 2013 Georgi Dimitrov loves the contrabass clarinet and the uniqueness of a really high contrabassoon. And though he prefers the alto flute to the flute, Dimitrov is quick to point out that writing for “instruments that are not among one’s favorites is often a welcome challenge.” Dimitrov is a first-year […]

Samantha McDonald

Grad Student Writes about the Road to the Olympics

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USC sent 36 athletes to the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, which began July 27th. As we celebrate their achievements,we must also recognize the hard work and perseverance that has carried them this far. Samantha McDonald, who earned her Master of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from the USC Annenberg School for Communication and […]