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Retired USC Faculty Spreads Holiday Cheer at Norris

Last updated 12/10/2017

What does Ray Mosteller, Retired USC Associate Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Medicine, and former  Director of the Computer Curriculum, Educational Affairs do in his spare time among many other interesting encore endeavors? He uses his expert hands to create orgami cranes for the patients at USC Norris Cancer Hospital. But for the season he decided to change it up to spread a little holiday cheer.

“I’ve made some origami Christmas trees for the patients at the USC/Norris Cancer Center.  Our neighbor Clyda is a volunteer at Norris and will take these in on Monday.  I usually make cranes for the patients but wanted to do something special for Christmas.” 

Many of the USC retired faculty and staff are volunteering in so many different ways throughout the year. We appreciate all your efforts to make life better for those in need.