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Faculty and graduate students reach national radio audiences, describing a range of USC Dornsife’s academic endeavors.

It’s “USC Dornsife Week” on the nationally broadcast public radio show The Academic Minute.

Five USC Dornsife Fellows – three faculty members and two Ph.D. students – are defending their research to a national audience this week.

From March 18 to 22, The academic minute, a daily program produced by Northeastern public radio station WAMC and broadcast nationwide on public radio stations, features “USC Dornsife Week”.

On file:

Monday, March 18: How microorganisms could help us think big

Moh El-Naggar, Robert D. Beyer (’81) Early Career Chair in Natural Sciences and Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Biological Sciences and Chemistry

Tuesday, March 19: How Gay Dads Can Be Accessory Activists

Megan Carroll, PhD student in sociology and gender studies

Wednesday March 20: Which political group finds the most meaning in life?

David Newman, PhD Candidate in Psychology

Thursday March 21th : The role of genetics in academic success

Daniel Benjamin, Associate Professor (Research) of Economics

Friday 22 March : The first responders in our bodies

Irene Chiolo, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

The academic minute is sponsored by the Association of American Colleges and Universities.

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