Monthly Archives: November 2016

Understanding People and Product Appeal – Electronic Cigarettes

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Doctoral student Nicholas Goldenson conducts research as a member of the University of Southern California Health, Emotion, and Addiction Laboratory (USC-HEAL) and is a trainee in the USC Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science (USC TCORS). ┬áHis research is focused on understanding the determinants of e-cigarette appeal and dependence to provide the federal government with comprehensive […]

April Hovav is a PhD student in Sociology and Gender Studies. She was awarded the Social Science Research Council International Dissertation Research Fellowship.

Funding for International Research Panel Recap

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The Graduate School hosted a Research and Fellowships Week panel on the applying for international research fellowships and opportunities. Current USC PhD students working on dissertations that require travel and research abroad offered this advice on applying: I want to dispel the myth that you have to have the perfect proposal. The reviewers of your […]

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 […]