Amid the hustle and bustle of studying for her “final finals” of graduate school, Melody McKay continues to seek the same work-life balance she has been mastering since her first day in the master’s degree in occupational therapy program at … Read More »
Commencement 2018: Carol Haywood, USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
In the home stretch before graduation, Carol Haywood has her share of lessons learned from her journey to earning her PhD in Occupational Science from the USC Chan Divison of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy.
“The type of research you do … Read More »
Melissa Gerald was never encouraged to attend college.
“People like us do not go to college,” her father would tell her. “College is for the rich, the privileged. Where we come from, people just work to survive.”
In fact, all that Gerald’s … Read More »
Samuel “Sammy” Cohen, graduating this month with his Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion & Disease Prevention, discovered his most rewarding educational experiences working in USC’s surrounding community, assisting the homeless and closing gaps in emergency department services.
Why did … Read More »