JANUARY 2019
Dear Friends:

On behalf of the USC Price Center for Social Innovation, I want to wish you a happy new year. Last year, the Price Center engaged in a wide range of meaningful research projects, high-impact events, and educational programs. I know that 2019 offers similar opportunities, thanks to the dedicated work of individuals and organizations like you.

Thank you for all that you do to support the Price Center's mission to develop ideas and illuminate strategies to improve the quality of life for people living in low-income urban communities. We look forward to working with you in 2019.

Sincerely,
Gary Painter 
Director, USC Price Center for Social Innovation
Director, Homelessness Policy Research Institute
TOP STORIES
New Article Published in the
Stanford Social Innovation Review
SAVE THE DATE!
FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2019
The zip code in which one grows up is a primary determinant of life outcomes. ​Developing successful cradle to career pathways for families and children living in low-income communities is a critical component of the Price Center’s mission. The Price Center develops and disseminates research that explores new approaches to increasing opportunity for low-income residents through education, jobs, housing, and transportation.

​This Social Innovation Summit will examine Pathways to Opportunity through the lens of research and action focused in three different areas:
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Educational Attainment | Foster Youth | Re-entry & Recidivism
NDSC Data Story:
Health and Wellness in Magnolia Place
What would it take to have the 20,000 children living in the neighborhoods within the 5-square mile Magnolia Place break all records of success in their education, health, and the quality of nurturing care and the economic stability they receive from their families and community?
Video Highlights:  Innovation on Job Accessibility with GTFS Data
Highlights from Gary Painter and Madison Swayne's presentation for METRANS Transportation Center at USC.
Social Innovation Speaker Series:
Saul Garlick, Founder and CEO of Unleesh
Highlights from Saul Garlick's presentation for the USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation. Saul is founder and CEO of Unleesh, a mobile training platform for frontline workers in low-skill, low-wage jobs that seeks to bridge those workers to the future economy – one where automation is shifting the nature of work. Over 50,000 individuals have benefited from the platform.
MEDIA MENTIONS
Price CSI Director Dr. Gary Painter quoted by The Washington Post discussing retirees and real estate trends
The 'Golden Girls' trend could be a golden opportunity...

Jane Callahan-Moore was living with her daughter and granddaughter in a Chicago suburb, but she felt something missing. "While I loved being with them and seeing them every day, I found myself getting increasingly depressed because I didn't have...

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www.washingtonpost.com
HPRI Researchers interviewed in USC Spotlight on LA's 2019 Homeless Count:
Counting L.A.'s homeless: USC experts explain why -...

Each year thousands of Angelenos volunteer for the Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count, taking place this year from January 22 - 24th. The number of people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County decreased by 3 percent to 53,195 in 2017,...

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pressroom.usc.edu
UPCOMING EVENTS
For more information on events, please email Events & Administrative Coordinator Stacia Fewox at  stacia.fewox@usc.edu .
Wed, February 20 @ 12:00 - 1:00pm
Thu, February 28 @ 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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Fri, March 29 @ 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wed, April 3 @ 12:00 - 1:00pm
The USC Price Center for Social Innovation develops ideas and illuminates strategies to improve the quality of life for people in low-income urban communities.

 
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Contact Megan Goulding, Director of External Relations, at (213) 821-1761 or  mgouldin@usc.edu

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