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Linli Xu originally came to USC to visit her husband, who was pursuing a Ph.D. in economics, around Christmas in 2005. A native of China, she had finished all her coursework for a master’s degree in agricultural economics at McGill University in Canada. But that visit, and what was supposed to be a short-term post as a research assistant to a Marshall professor, changed the course of both her and her husband’s academic careers.