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Lunch with a Leader:Karen BassConversations about Governance, Policy, and Leadership  November 4, 20132:00 – 3:00 pm USC University Park CampusUSC University Club PLEASE NOTE, Due to a change in Congresswoman…

December 2, 2019
December 2, 2019

Public School Finance in California: the Golden Age  On several occasions, significant changes were made in the way the public schools in California were financed. Major reforms were also made in the…

August 4, 2019

Faculty, staff, and students at the USC Bedrosian Center share a deep commitment to developing ideas and illuminating strategies to improve the quality of life for people in low-income urban…

August 4, 2019

Bedrosian Faculty Affiliates are distinguished scholars who share a deep and abiding commitment to research and teaching. While their diverse disciplinary backgrounds and areas of research interest include economics, international relations, urban…

August 2, 2019

The Bedrosian Center funds several grants for USC Price faculty research on governance issues. Preference for the awards is given to research focused on collaborative governance, relationships between governance and…

August 1, 2019

Emma Aguila Assistant Professor Emma Aguila is an Assistant Professor at the USC Sol Price School of Public of Policy. She was previously a Senior Economist and Director of the…

June 12, 2019

Ange-Marie Hancock Alfaro Dean’s Professor of Gender Studies  Professor of Political Science and Gender Studies Ph.D. in Political ScienceUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Expertise American Politics, Political…

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by Casey Fischl

Anthony Orlando discussed one of his current research projects, When Citizens Peek Behind the Bureaucratic Veil: An Experiment in Shaping Public Opinion, coauthored by Professor Bill Resh and Ph.D. student, Colin Leslie of the Sol Price School of Public Policy.

January 28, 2019

by Olivia Olson

40 million Americans live in a state of perpetual uncertainty. Food insecurity, the condition that plagues these 40 million, leaves them without consistent access to healthy food or the resources to feed themselves and their families. This hardship manifests itself differently across income brackets and geographical locations?forcing families to skip meals, eat less and with less frequency, depend on unhealthy food options, or struggle to find their next meal.