USC Marshall in the Media: September 2021

September 22, 2021

Following are media mentions from Marshall faculty and staff for the month of September, 2021.

Fortune highlights Marshall’s reaching gender parity for the first time in its incoming freshmen class. (Sept. 7, 2021)

Joe Nunes is quoted in the Washington Post in a story about Gavin Newsom’s ill-fated dinner at the famed French Laundry restaurant. (Sept. 9, 2021)

Miriam Burgos and Philip Griego are quoted in an article in Fortune about how online MBAs help future executives the skills to manage remote workforce teams. (Sept. 7, 2021)

The Sociable wrote an article about Marshall’s Incubator program. (September 10, 2021)

Kalinda Ukanwa tells the Los Angeles Times that the perception among many Black content providers that TikTok's algorithm is biased is persistent, and for good reason.  (Sept. 16, 2021)

Nature published an article praising the groundbreaking research Kimon Drakopoulos and Vishal Gupta conducted in the course of developing their “Eva” project, an AI-powered algorithm that helped the Greek Government reopen its tourist dependent economy during the first summer after COVID-19 lockdowns. (Sept. 22, 2021)

Forbes published Susan Harmeling’s latest column, about why the classics continue to have value for college students seeking to deepen their understanding of diversity and inclusion. (Sept. 22, 2021)

Anthony Dukes is the featured expert in WalletHub’s article on car insurance.

Nick Vyas spoke with KCRW’s Madeline Brand about continued labor shortages causing bottlenecks at the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, which in turn reverberate throughout the larger global supply chain. (Sept. 21, 2021)

Alec Levenson is quoted in a story by Here/Say (a web publication covering San Francisco) about downtown San Francisco's low rate of returning office workers. (Sept. 21, 2021)