Alexander Fullman: 2013 Marshall Scholarship Recipient
For his outstanding academic accomplishments, leadership ability, and demonstrated commitment to public service, Alexander Fullman received a prestigious Marshall Scholarship to study comparative government at Oxford University’s MPhil program in Politics. Alex is one of 40 U.S. university students chosen to receive the Marshall Scholarship [MORE] →
View the tribute video from our November 11th event celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the USC Hillel Art Gallery honoring Ruth Weisberg & Carol Brennglass Spinner – Celebrates 40 Years of Art at the USC Hillel Art Gallery.
Click below to read about the recent shooting incident on the USC Campus late wednesday night, October 31. Fortunately, no students or faculty were harmed or injured. The campus is open and classes are in schedule as of this morning, November 1. We are continuing to monitor this situation, but it appears to have been resolved.
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Senior Emily Baumgarten and Junior Scott Buchanan had a chance to thank The Jewish Federation, Birthright Israel Foundation and generous donor Albert Sweet for creating the first ever Birthright Innovation and Tech tour last winter. Emily shared stories about the group’s trip to the top of Masada while Scott shared his experience meeting Israeli soldiers, relating that to his experience as an ROTC member and Midshipman in the US Navy.
USC Hillel was presented with the 2012 Visions and Values Award for Excellence in Development at this years Hillel Institute Conference. The award recognized USC Hillel for the establishment of the USC Jewish Alumni Association, the transformation and growth of its Board of Directors, and for its collaboration and partnership with USC’s senior administration and fundraising teams. — at Washington University Steinberg.
On July 18, the following article appeared in the Jewish Journal, authored by David Suissa: Diversity is good for Jewish college students
Click here to view my response to David, which I hope will appear in next week’s Jewish Journal.
Read about the transformational experience of our SC Birthright participants HERE.
Kenneth Leventhal, a pioneer in the field of real estate accounting, chairman emeritus of the Ernst & Young Kenneth Leventhal Real Estate Group, a USC trustee and namesake of the USC Elaine and Kenneth Leventhal School of Accounting, died in Los Angeles on May 8 at the age of 90.