The National Labor Relations Board ruling may affect wages and working hours for USC’s teaching assistants.
Graduate students are employees who deserve protection of their rights.
Nonny de la Peña, an Annenberg fellow at the School of Cinematic Arts, is working with game designers to bring journalism into virtual reality — a new field called “Immersive Journalism.” Watch to see how viewers experience an unfolding news event in first person.
David Freedman and a team of USC School of Cinematic Arts alumni discuss their new film talk show, Just Seen It.
“20something,” a project from seven graduate students, will air on KQED and KPCC in L.A.
USC alumna and newly hired professor Michal Temkin Martinez speaks about her experience.
President Nikias says graduate student housing is the university’s top priority.
A HPPS study found the effects of certain health issues vary with age.
The Graduate and Professional Student Senate hopes to use its surplus funds to repay money it borrowed three years ago.
GPSS will pay $200,000 over the next five years to name a lounge in the campus center.