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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti delivers a morning address at the USC Global Summit on Homegrown Violent Extremism. (Photo by Tom Queally) By Matthew Kredell With incidents of violent extremism occurring at an alarming rate, the Safe Communities Institute at the USC Price School of Public Policy hosted the USC Summit on Global Solutions in the Age of Homegrown Violent Extremism (HVE) on Nov. 14. The event brought together counter-terrorism experts, local and international public […]
The USC Price School of Public Policy and the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work have partnered with the Los Angeles Police Department to design and deliver a new certificate program that trains officers to better prepared for the complex and complicated issues faced in 21st century policing — including homelessness, mental illness, domestic violence and human trafficking.
Henry Cisneros, who served as the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Clinton administration, says the nation needs leaders who anticipate the times, not just react to them, if it is to overcome the deep divisions in the American populace and avoid a decline. Cisneros delivered the fifth annual George Washington Leadership Lecture at Mount Vernon — a partnership between the USC Price School of Public Policy and the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington.
USC Price School of Public Policy Adjunct Associate Professor Vinayak Bharne is a contributing author to the new book Chandigarh Rethink: Transforming Ruralities & Edge(ness) in Global Urbanities, edited by Professor Manu Sobti of University of Queensland, Australia.
Over its 20-year legacy of promoting professional and intellectual growth while advancing an international perspective on social sectors, the International Public Policy and Management (IPPAM) program at the USC Price School of Public Policy has served as a springboard for many global leaders. IPPAM has produced 600-plus graduates from more than 30 countries who work at high levels in government, nonprofit and business.
Panel speakers, from left: Mona Pasquil Rogers, Anne Neville, Carolyn Coleman and Assemblymember Cristina Garcia (Photo by Brandon Manning) More photos available on Flickr » By Richard Hill On Aug. 21, the Price School of Public Policy in Sacramento hosted a panel discussion on “Women, Leadership, and Public Service” at the Sutter Club in downtown Sacramento, CA. More than 100 guests attended the event, which was held in collaboration with the California Legislative Women’s Caucus, […]
It’s no secret that the real estate business, presently, is a male-dominated environment. However, the USC Price School of Public Policy’s Women in Real Estate Luncheon featured a panel of leaders who are breaking that trend. With nearly 100 women pursuing real estate degrees and a strong network of female alumni and professionals, USC Price convened a candid discussion about everything from equal pay to work-life balance.