The USC RFA and Emeriti Center were delighted to host the Russell Caldwell Neighborhood Scholars. The Scholars shared the latest updates from, offering insights into… Read More »Event Recap – Russell Caldwell Neighborhood Scholars Luncheon
Please join us to hear the latest news from our scholars, including how they spent their summer, and what they are looking forward to this… Read More »RUSSELL CALDWELL NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOLARS LUNCHEON
Jada majored in Business Administration in USC’s Marshall School with anemphasis in Risk Management. She also minored in Law and Psychology.As the first black female… Read More »Congratulations to 2023 Caldwell Scholar Graduate Jada Salazar!
The Russell L. Caldwell Neighborhood Scholarship Program was born out of the tumultuous decade of the 1960s that sparked dramatic transformations in higher education. Strident… Read More »Donate to the Caldwell Scholarship Fund Today
is a current junior from Manual Arts Senior High School where she was on the principal’s honor roll for 4 years and the Valedictorian of her 2018 graduating class. At USC, Briana is a Political Science major on the pre-law track and hopes to attend law school right after graduation
is a senior majoring in Biological Sciences/PreMed with a Biotechnology minor. Carlos came to USC from Manual Arts Senior High School – College Preparatory Magnet with high honors. He is a member of the Latino Students in Medicine Club and volunteers in USC’s Upward Bound Program tutoring high school students in math, English and history. He is bilingual and proficient in several computer operating systems. Carlos plans to work in the medical field after graduation, eventually attending medical school.
is a senior studying Aerospace Engineering. This year she is serving as Vice President of Community Outreach for SHPE USC (Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers). Her efforts encourage young students in K-12 to pursue careers in STEM. She is also a mentor for GEAR UP 4 LA in which she helps freshmen navigate through their first year of college.” Her sophomore year she served as Ambassador for the Center for Engineering Diversity Mentor Program advising high school students in the transition to college.
The Watts Riot of August 11-17, 1965 resulted from the deep-seated resentment in the African-American community for what was perceived as longstanding brutality by law… Read More »The Russell L. Caldwell Neighborhood Scholarship Program Receives An Anonymous Endowment Gift