USC Price global footprint grows at UN forum in Bahrain
July 22, 2013
Frank Zerunyan, senior fellow and director of executive education at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, traveled to the Kingdom of Bahrain in June to take part in a United Nations (U.N.) forum and expand USC’s global footprint by building human capacity in public service. More than 700 attended the forum including high-level U.N. officials, representatives of Bahrain, senior government leaders, business executives and academics.
USC students represent ‘Next Generation’ of leaders
March 22, 2013
At the event “The Next Generation of Leadership,” a panel of USC students offered their insights to an audience of mayors, council members and city managers. Presented by the California Contract Cities Association in partnership with the USC Price School and the Unruh Institute of Politics, the event covered topics related to politics, government and public policy earlier this month. Frank Zerunyan, senior fellow and director of executive education at USC Price, and Dan Schnur, director of the Unruh Institute, moderated the student panel.
Local politicians take leadership lessons at USC
May 3, 2012
For many local elected officials, political office means solving complex problems with tight budgets while cultivating trust with constituents who increasingly are wary of those in power. With these challenges in mind, the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy launched its Executive Education Program for local leaders to help elected city officials develop a vision for their cities.