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Shaping the World

A Message from USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott This is a busy, exciting time for the USC Price School of Public Policy, as faculty, students and alumni continue their impactful work — from shaping policy discourse to advocating for underserved communities. These efforts reverberate throughout the Golden State and across the nation to confront pivotal issues, enhance communities and build stronger bridges of understanding. Featured News In finding ways to stem spiraling pharmaceutical prices, […]

Shaping the World

A Message from USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott Happy new year! As we enter 2018, we want to take a moment to reflect on and share some of the USC Price School of Public Policy’s latest influential research, educational initiatives and impactful events — all of which we look forward to expanding upon in the year ahead, and beyond. Our most recent Diversity in Planning Workshop demonstrates how we are shaping the world by […]

Shaping the World

A Message from USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott As the fall semester begins to wind down and we enter the holiday season, I am pleased to share recent examples of the exciting achievements and impactful scholarship conducted by our faculty and students. Our Featured News includes announcements of two important new USC Price programs. Combining data, analysis and innovation, the Sol Price Center for Social Innovation has launched its Neighborhood Data for Social Change […]

Shaping the World

A Message from USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott The 2017-18 academic year is underway, filled with the excitement of new initiatives and opportunity, as well as the talent and potential of our incoming class. Once again, it gives me great pleasure to spotlight some of the extraordinary work being done by USC Price School of Public Policy faculty, students and alumni in addressing challenges locally, nationally and globally. Advancing our long-held focus on the […]

Shaping the World

A Message from USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott Summer is upon us, and the class of 2017 has left to make a wider mark in shaping the world. And for our freshly minted graduates, much of that work will be grounded in their experiences while students at the USC Price School of Public Policy. In this issue, we are proud to highlight examples of how the accomplishments of our students, faculty and alumni resonate […]

Shaping the World

A Message from USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott The end of the academic year is upon us, which marks a new beginning for another class of USC Price graduates as they embark on careers to improve the quality of life in communities around the world. Of course, what never ceases is the innovative work done by our dedicated students, faculty, and alumni. Once again, it is my pleasure to share some recent examples of […]

Shaping the World

A Message from USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott Spring has arrived, and with it, the latest examples of how the USC Price School of Public Policy continues to advance scholarship and shape dialogue around the today’s most vital issues — from security and social change, to public transit and political transparency. Given the Price School’s long history of training law-enforcement officers, we were pleased to assemble all seven of Los Angeles County’s female police […]

Shaping the World

A Message from USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott In this uncertain and politically tumultuous point in our country’s history, it’s important to think about the different ways that each person can engage with and impact our democracy. At USC Price, we are obligated to do more than ponder: it is our responsibility, as an institution, to advance civic education and engagement. With that in mind, I am once again pleased to share with you […]

Shaping the World

A Message from USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott We are a school that is deeply committed to our mission to improve the quality of life for people and their communities, here and abroad.  This busy fall semester was punctuated by strong feelings and deep concerns expressed throughout our classrooms and corridors around the results of our recent election, from policy implications and uncertainties to personal fears felt by many of our students and staff.  […]

Research Center Spotlight: 2016 Lusk forecast valuable resource for planners

Released annually by USC’s Lusk Center for Real Estate, the Casden Real Estate Economics Forecast examines housing market trends in Southern California and make projections for housing stock, rents, and vacancies. Analyzing a range of socioeconomic, economic, and financial factors, the report’s findings are often a benchmark for professionals in urban policy, investment, and housing. Produced by Price Professor and Lusk Center Interim Director Raphael Bostic, the 2016 report received extensive media coverage and has […]