Archive for January, 2014
KPCC-FM quoted USC Price Senior Fellow Senior Fellow Sherry Bebitch Jeffe about Rep. Henry Waxman announcing his retirement.
The Los Angeles Times quoted Senior Fellow Sherry Bebitch Jeffe of the USC Price School about Nancy Pelosi’s potential retirement if she is unable to gain a majority in the House of Representatives.
In 2011, Colleen Dilenschneider graduated from USC Price’s Master of Public Administration program with a concentration in nonprofit management. Today, she is the Chief Market Engagement Officer for the marketing intelligence and consulting company IMPACTS, where she makes big data accessible to organizations and specializes in audience engagement initiatives and digital marketing. In addition, Colleen also dedicates her time to helping advance the service sector through her popular website, Know Your Own Bone, a resource […]
Tasked with giving away a total of $10,000 to local nonprofits, USC students in the course, “The Nonprofit Sector and the Public Interest,” voted to invest in the future — donating to groups that served children and youths, or that “focused on increasing educational opportunities, assisting with applying and gaining entrance to college, or increasing literacy,” explained Professor Richard Sundeen.
The Los Angeles Times quoted Professor Dowell Myers of the USC Price School of Public Policy about “snowbelt-to-sunbelt” population migration.
In Ho Chi Minh City, a single block of sidewalk can offer parking for motorbikes, a venue for a funeral service, seating for cafes, retail space for vendors, a thoroughfare for pedestrians and a haven for nappers in lawn chairs. This vibrant public space forms the heart of USC Price School of Public Policy Associate Professor Annette Kim’s traveling exhibition, which opened at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in September 2013 and this month in Vietnam — and will eventually move to Los Angeles.
A more inclusive and universally accepted definition of terrorism is needed to address the growing threat from domestic extremists, USC Price School of Public Policy Adjunct Professor Erroll Southers said during a lecture forum presented by the USC CREATE Center. Southers’ talk expanded on his new book Homegrown Violent Extremism, a topic brought to the forefront last year with the Boston Marathon bombings.
The New York Times quoted USC Price Senior Fellow Sherry Bebitch about Maria Contreras-Sweet, chosen by President Obama to lead the Small Business Administration.
George Washington had a lifelong relationship with the Western frontier that would be a continuing preoccupation throughout his adult life, said USC University Professor Kevin Starr on Jan. 14 at the George Washington Leadership Lecture series. The discussion, moderated by USC Price School of Public Policy Professor David Sloane, marked the first Los Angeles event of the series, a partnership between USC Price and the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington.