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Shaping the World

A Message from USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott This year marks an important milestone for USC Price — our 90th anniversary. In 1929, USC answered a call from local public officials to establish a school to advance professionalism among public servants. Those early offerings helped pioneer our fields as they exist today, and we are proud to share these latest illustrations of how we continue advancing scholarship and service. Featured News To kick off […]

USC Price School joins Public Affairs Diversity Alliance with goal to broaden representation among faculty

The USC Price School of Public Policy has joined five other top public policy schools to launch the Public Affairs Diversity Alliance, a joint commitment to hire postdoctoral fellows from underrepresented groups and provide them the support and mentorship needed to successfully transition into faculty positions.

Faculty Research Update: September 2018

A compilation of recent publications, presentations and other notable news about Price School faculty and their research. Publications Chai-Adisaksopha C, Skinner MW, Curtis R, Frick N, Michael B. Nichol, et al (2018) “Psychometric properties of the Patient Reported Outcomes, Burdens and Experiences (PROBE) questionnaire” BMJ Open VW Lee, Y Wang, Michael B. Nichol, BP Yan, B Tomlinson, J Wu (2018) “Drug Utilization Review of Acute Coronary Syndrome Patients in Hong Kong and United States” Jason […]

Shaping the World

A Message from USC Price Dean Jack H. Knott With another commencement in the books, our 2018 graduates now venture beyond the USC Price School of Public Policy to build upon the successes they started here — and carry on our legacy of impact. I am enormously proud of the commitment shown by our students and alumni, and how they turn their passion into positive actions in communities around the world. Featured News We lead […]

IPPAM master’s program celebrates 20 years of educating global professionals

For 20 years, the International Public Policy and Management (IPPAM) master’s program at USC Price has fostered international collaboration and intercultural understanding by attracting mid-career professionals from around the globe to USC to study together. Numerous graduates have gone on to work as government officials, nonprofit managers, policy specialists, and business and community leaders. In October, about 60 alumni from 10 countries returned to Los Angeles for three days of reunion events celebrating IPPAM’s 20th anniversary.

Undergraduate Ambassadors

Public Policy Ella Brunsman (bio) [email protected] Julia Danson (bio) [email protected] Alya Kalra (bio) [email protected] Rinsoluwa Oisaghie (bio) [email protected] Jay Nair (bio) [email protected] Bella Robakowski (bio) [email protected] Arleth Cespedes (bio) [email protected] Hannah Franco (bio) [email protected] Amanda Li (bio) [email protected] Kimiya Malek (bio) [email protected] Katie Negroni (bio) [email protected] Katie Ross (bio) [email protected] Ellie Crecelius (bio) [email protected] Jenna Hoskison (bio) [email protected] Andre Luna (bio) [email protected] Carmen Mascarenhas (bio) [email protected] Vanessa Nguyen (bio) [email protected] Julian Wolff (bio) [email protected] Real […]

Through Ph.D. diversity program, Price hopes to ensure academia open to ‘all voices’

At a time when communities across the nation are grappling with issues of social injustice and unrest, young people are looking for ways to make a difference. One potential way to contribute to systematic change would be to increase the diversity of scholars. With that goal in mind, the USC Price School of Public Policy – in partnership with the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning – hosted the 2016 Summer Pre-Doctoral Workshop for Students of Color, which encourages students from underrepresented groups to pursue doctoral degrees.

Initiative on Diversity, Social Justice, and Inclusion

Dear Price Community, I am very pleased to announce the formation of a school-wide initiative: The Initiative on Diversity, Social Justice, and Inclusion, which builds upon and expands the important activities the USC Price School already has underway that address this set of interrelated issues facing our society and the world. Internationally, there is a growing intolerance, extremist ideology, and hatred that fuel violence, war, and repression of human rights. In our own country, the […]

Executive Education Administration and Presenters

Robert Denhardt Robert Denhardt, Ph.D., is a Professor and Director of Leadership Programs at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy. Dr. Denhardt is well-known for his scholarship on the public service, public administration, organizational development, ethics, and leadership. His major books include The Dance of Leadership, The New Public Service, Theories of Public Organization, Managing Human Behavior in Public and Nonprofit Organizations, The Pursuit of Significance, and In the Shadow of Organization, in […]

Dean's Message

September 2013 Welcome all to the beginning of a new academic year of possibility, opportunity, and progress for the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy and the community of people who comprise it. Following a productive summer of activity, some of which you’ll read about in this newsletter, we quickly launched into the fall semester with two signature events. In late September we held the seventh Price Guardian Awards, our premier annual event at […]