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John Slaughter

Dr. Slaughter has been a pioneer in science and education for more than half a century, resulting in extensive and long-lasting contributions to engineering as an executive, administrator, and researcher in industry, academia, and the federal government.

Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo

Dr. Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo is an internationally renowned scholar who has demonstrated exceptional achievement and a lifetime of scholarly contributions to the study of international migration, gender, and Latino/a sociology.

Deborah MacInnis

Professor Deborah MacInnis has been an outstanding scholar with a devotion to developing and disseminating knowledge about consumer behavior and marketing at USC for almost 30 years.

Scott Bice

Professor Bice’s legacy touches every Trojan regardless of affiliation to Gould School of Law. Through his relentless work as a professor, dean, and civil servant to USC, Professor Bice has become synonymous with what it means to be a part of USC.

Peter Clark

Peter Clark

Peter Clark was awarded the Douglas C. Basil Award for research on his book Reeling Them In: How to Hook Your Audience with Storytelling. 

Gretchen Anderson

Gretchen Anderson

Gretchen Anderson was awarded the Douglas C. Basil Award for her research on the design and development of modular facilities for Early Childhood Care and Education as it takes shape.

Michael Waterman

Michael Waterman’s visionary scholarship has changed the landscape of science and technology. A brilliant mathematician and statistician, he is known as the founder of computational biology, a discipline that deepens our understanding of the natural world through the use of massive data-based algorithms and computer models. His discoveries continue to inspire students and colleagues to push the boundaries of scientific research at USC, and beyond.