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    New Study: Can School Choice Lead to Segregation?

    Research by USC Marshall professor Kalinda Ukanwa suggests an unintended consequence of open school choice


    A Seat at the Table

    Guiding Exceptional Minds (GEMS) brings the best students to the best employers, thanks to the efforts of Professor Mike Paranal and the Trojan Family Network

    Paying It Forward

    Clint Sallee ’94, CAP program co-founder and MBV Executive Partners chairman, honored for volunteer work with President’s Award from USC Alumni Association

    Learning about REITs

    A class about Real Estate Investment Trusts encourages students to think critically and hone their investing skills

    Co-operative Education Bridges Gap between Recently Incarcerated and Jobs

    Social co-operative Collective REMAKE engages leaders in the community, including USC Marshall graduates, to target systematic poverty through just transitions and co-operative businesses.

    Learning from the Pros

    Lorena Martin directed sports performance analytics for the LA Lakers and other pro sports teams. Now she’s bringing her skills into the classroom, teaching the first sports performance analytics course at Marshall

    An Online Success Story

    Melissa Abel initially attended the on-campus Master of Business Taxation program at USC Leventhal. But when an exciting work opportunity sent her to Washington, D.C., she switched to the online track

    Marshall Welcomes New Students!

    Meet some of Marshall's incoming students

    USC Marshall Announces Transformational Gift from Peter Arkley for Risk Management Program

    With the gift from Insurance executive Arkley, the USC Marshall School of Business will transform the risk management program into an institute bearing his name and will enhance the program to graduate new leaders in risk management