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What makes a healthy city?
Assistant Professor of Urban Planning and Spatial Analysis Geoff Boeing coauthored a series in The Lancet Global Health on how to create healthy and sustainable cities — and how research can inform policies to improve public health. Boeing and fellow scientists aim to expand to 1,000 global cities participating in a joint effort to create a healthier, more sustainable future.
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Alumni siblings are managing very well

Siblings Arminé Chaparyan and Aram Chaparyan were born in Armenia and raised in SoCal. They both earned their master’s degrees from the USC Price School. Now, they’ve achieved a rarity in municipal governance: The brother and sister both serve as city managers in Los Angeles County. Read more >
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Price experts offer solutions to the climate crisis

Research professor Adam Rose works with the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine to identify more equitable responses to climate change. Read more >

The USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy celebrated 20 years since the passage of groundbreaking legislation establishing California's clean car standards.
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Brothers demonstrate what it means to be part of the Trojan Family

From the pickleball courts to the classroom, Carter and Justin Kawaguchi share a good-natured sibling rivalry and a dedication to excellence. The brothers — a recent USC Price graduate and a first-year student — are inspired by their grandfather, a leader in the Japanese American community who was attending USC when World War II broke out. Read more >
USC Price in the News
Mindy Romero was quoted in The New York Times about threats to American democracy and appeared as a guest on KPCC/AirTalk speaking about the significance of International Democracy Day.

Washington Monthly cited Mindy Romero’s research in a story about vote-by-mail.

The Washington Post highlighted Christian Grose’s research about top-two primary elections. CalMatters spoke to Grose about California’s independent redistricting commission.

STAT carried an opinion piece co-written by Dana Goldman about the need for incentives to increase diversity in clinical trials.

KPCC spoke to Richard Green about increasing mortgage interest rates.

LAist featured Gary Painter on the latest Los Angeles homelessness count.

Erroll Southers’ appointment to a new California commission on the State of Hate was announced by Gov. Gavin Newsom and covered by MSN and the Riverside Press Enterprise.

Bloomberg News spoke to Paul Ginsburg about rising health care costs and proposed regulatory approaches such as price caps.

Physician's Weekly quoted John Romley about hospitals’ post-pandemic financial picture.

The Atlantic quoted Dowell Myers about support for public higher education in a story about student loan forgiveness.

The Los Angeles Times interviewed Myers about legislation that seeks to assist California renters.

Axios quoted Geraldine Knatz about how the supply chain crisis brought attention to railways and ports.

Forbes cited Bill Resh’s recent research on burnout among government workers.

Esquire interviewed Karen Van Nuys about proposals to tackle the high price of prescription drugs. Bustle spoke to Van Nuys about the cost savings offered by a new online pharmacy.

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

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