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LIVE WEBCAST: USC Schwarzenegger Institute CA Water Forum

The New Reality: Addressing California’s Water Challenge Presented by the USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy and the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) Water Policy Center Monday, April 27, 2015 3-6 p.m. Live streaming video by Ustream   Follow the conversation live on Twitter at #CAdrought Tweets by @USCPrice

Poverty experts reflect on decades of efforts to improve communitites

The Roads Scholars

As Los Angeles builds public transit at a furious pace, USC’s best policy and engineering minds look around the curve and invent better ways to commute. By Merrill Balassone Illustrations by Josh Cochran Los Angeles has long been known as a car-obsessed city, a place where residents’ love affair with the automobile is matched only by their deep hatred of traffic. So what a sight it was on an April morning to see city streets […]

Price Center chosen as partner for federal ‘Promise Zone’ program

Dear Price Community: As many of you read recently in the Los Angeles Times, President Obama has designated Los Angeles as a federal Promise Zone. It is my great pleasure to announce that the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, Price Center for Social Innovation was selected as a partner institution within this program, with Professor Gary Painter serving as the faculty lead. By securing a Promise Zone designation, the federal government will provide […]

LA Mayor Eric Garcetti keynotes USC Price veterans’ affairs conference

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti addressed a crowd of more than 300 civic leaders, public servants, and philanthropists Oct. 8, when he provided the lunchtime keynote address at a major conference on veterans’ affairs, hosted by the USC Price School of Public Policy. The event marked Garcetti’s first visit to USC as L.A.’s mayor since taking office in June.

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