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    The Art of the Start(up)

    Now in its sixth year, the USC Marshall Greif Incubator has nurtured hundreds of startups to the next level of growth.

    Helping Ida Victims

    A Master of Business for Veterans alumni took charge and trucked supplies to those most impacted by Hurricane Ida.

    The Connector

    Aaron “A.J.” Eckstein didn’t let the pandemic shutdown derail him—instead he found his passion for helping others land their dream jobs

    USC Marshall Undergraduate Program Reaches Gender Parity

    Women comprise 52 percent of first-year students

    Best in Class

    USC Marshall’s Vice Dean for Undergraduate Programs Introduces New Emphases to Deepen Student Experience

    Need a Tutor? Swipe Right

    With the TutorTies app, Kyle Adomian ’22 changes the tutor-student dynamic

    USC Marshall in the Media: August 2021

    USC Marshall and Leventhal faculty, staff, and programs mentioned in regional and national publications.

    To Bridge Polarization, Focus on Beliefs

    New research from USC Marshall shows an increase in support for social welfare when language about programs matches underlying voter opinions.

    ‘Housing Warrior’ Appointed Senior Advisor at HUD

    Nicole Lindler ’06 brings her lifelong passion for housing rights to new role in Washington, D.C.