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homeless encampment Dec Review
Answering the call: Homelessness researchers get real-time data from mobile phone surveys
The fast, inexpensive study published by the USC Price School’s Homelessness Policy Research Institute shed light on the health and housing preferences of L.A.’s unhoused population. The novel survey sends questions directly to mobile phones owned by people experiencing homelessness, collecting data from hundreds of respondents. Read more > 
USC Price students win real estate competition

The students – including three from the USC Price School – beat 16 other teams and won $10,000 at the Cornell International Real Estate Competition. It was the first year that USC participated in the contest, which tasks teams with analyzing a commercial real estate transaction and recommending whether to pursue the deal. Read more >
Katrina Manrique Dec review
David C. Bohnett Fellowship is a game-changer

As an undergrad, she helped launch a student-led mental health initiative. Today, as the sixth David C. Bohnett Fellow, Katrina Manrique works for the office of the current chairperson of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on major policy issues with direct impact and effect on the lives of county residents. Read more >
photo of alumna with colleagues Dec Review
From Los Angeles to Saudi Arabia, USC Price alum solves big transportation problems

USC Price School alum Lynn Feng is a rising transportation star who consults on major projects like mobility solutions for the 2028 Olympics and a new city being built in the Saudi Arabian desert. The Master of Planning graduate was named to Mass Transit magazine’s 2022 “40 Under 40” list of emerging leaders. Read more >
Savoulian Dec review
A new role for Sonia Savoulian

Sonia Savoulian came to USC as a freshman in 1978 and never left. Now, the longtime fixture of the USC Price School's real estate degree programs is stepping down as associate director, but she'll continue working part-time as a senior advisor in real estate and alumni relations to Dean Dana Goldman.
Price Review December
5 things to know about the cost of insulin

USC Price School professors Neeraj Sood and Karen Van Nuys have spent years untangling the cost of insulin. In the wake of a “free insulin” tweet by an imposter social media account, they share five key things about who profits off of the life-saving drug. Read more >
USC Price in the News
New York Times interviewed Dowell Myers about the number of same-sex couple households in the U.S., which new Census Bureau data revealed has surpassed one million for the first time.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Neeraj Sood and highlighted research by Sood and colleagues on how pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) are pocketing more of America’s expenditures on prescription drugs such as insulin.

Associated Press and NPR Weekend Edition interviewed Erroll Southers about terror threats facing the U.S. power grid in the wake of a shooting that damaged power substations in North Carolina.

Los Angeles Times interviewed Erroll Southers in a story about the new CA Commission on the State of Hate; Southers is a member of the commission.

MarketWatch quoted Loren Adler about the No Surprises Act and why consumers are still being hit with surprise medical bills.

Smithsonian Magazine quoted Rosalie Liccardo Pacula about President Biden signing a medical marijuana research bill that makes it easier for scientists to study therapeutic uses of cannabis.

Modern Healthcare and Crain’s Chicago Business quoted Glenn Melnick in a story about why health systems across the country are seeing a significant rise in denied claims.

LAist spoke to Mindy Romero about Los Angeles County turnout in the November election.

Commercial Observer and Long Beach Business Journal highlighted the 2022 Casden Multifamily Forecast Report and quoted Richard Green about continued rent increases in Southern California.

McClatchy News interviewed Christian Grose about the challenges facing the incoming head of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

Arizona Mirror and Ohio Capital Journal (via States Newsroom) quoted Richard Frank on why the Inflation Reduction Act tackles insulin prices before other reform measures. 

 This represents only a portion of recent USC Price faculty media.
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