University of Southern California

Marshall Voices

My father grew up in the Philippines, surviving World War II Japanese occupation and internment.
Although they never went to college, my parents always stressed the importance of education
How does a life get changed?
The Trojan family is very real, and we are living proof.
As we come to the end of another year, I wish you a happy holiday season.
The tremendous popularity of online classes of many sorts lets us know that there is a huge global audience hungry for education.
In 1992 I organized the very first USC Marshall Scholarship Luncheon.
My dad was an alcoholic and lost his job when he was 42. He never recovered.
Imagine three of the world’s top business schools getting together and offering undergraduate students a chance to spend their freshman year in America.
When I visited a Toyota plant in Kentucky a while ago, I was astonished