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    An Upward Trajectory

    Jairo Bonilla ’20 beat the odds and climbed from gangland to graduation, with a degree in accounting from Leventhal. He walked with his class at the Coliseum in May 2021.

    Marshall Celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

    USC Marshall celebrates the many accomplishments of its students, faculty, and staff in the Asian Pacific American community. 

    Good for the World

    A chance meeting at USC Marshall helped an entrepreneur build his business and help bridge the digital divide

    What's in a Name?

    New research co-authored by USC Marshall scholar finds distinct perception difference for White audiences between "Black" and "African American" that could impact media coverage, fundraising 

    A Life of Service—and Being Seen

    For engineer and Air Force National Guardsman Beck Jensen, Marshall's MBV program gave them more than business acumen, it offered them acceptance and purpose. 

    Commencement for Two

    USC Marshall and Leventhal conferred degrees to graduates from the classes of 2020 and 2021 in historic in-person ceremonies at LA Memorial Coliseum

    Faculty Publications and Honors for May 2021

    USC Marshall and Leventhal faculty won school-wide accolades and published research in leading journals

    USC Marshall in the Media: May 2021

    USC Marshall and Leventhal faculty are featured in national and regional media as opinion leaders and expert sources.

    Marshall Team Brings ‘Total Impact’

    Marshall graduate students take second place in Total Impact Portfolio Challenge

    What A Leader Looks Like

    Tommy King ’21, winner of the 2021 Jack Dittrick Leadership Award, wants to help create sustainable change in commercial agriculture systems