See how scholarship-supported students are making a difference
Science saved his life at 21, and now he’s on a mission
He survived cancer. Today, Tianli “Sheldon” Ding MS ’22 takes aim at disease through stem cell research. He tells his story of hope as a USC grad, thanks to support from the Cardinal and Dhablania-Kim Scholarship.
A painful, disfiguring breast disease goes under this USC student’s microscope
See how Ivonne Verduzco seeks answers to Idiopathic granulomatous mastitis, a mysterious disease prevalent in Latinas. She’s a student on scholarship at the Keck School of Medicine of USC.
He’s programming helpful robots that keep us safe
As an engineering student, USC grad Ali Marjaninejad PhD ’21 programmed robots, including robotic limbs and search-and-rescue robots, to become smarter, faster. A graduate fellowship helped him make the world healthier and safer.