During my time at USC, I was fortunate to have been promoted from tenured Associate to Full and then Chaired Professor. USC has allowed me to be a productive research scholar.
It is incredibly difficult for an avant garde artist to be recognized by the mainstream. As is the nature of the practice, they are often on the edge of innovation within their medium. This is the case for Stan Brakhage.
Dr. Joy Garrison Cauffman served three U.S. presidents: Consultant, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Council on Physical Fitness; Consultant, John F. Kennedy’s Council on Physical Fitness; and Member, Richard M. Nixon’s Committee on Health Education.
John E. Wills, Jr, “Jack” (deceased January 13, 2017) to all his friends and colleagues, was Professor Emeritus of History at USC. He continues scholarly activity, with two important edited volumes published since retirement, and scholarly papers given from Barbados to Tuebingen to Athens to Hong Kong.
Dr. Curren W. Warf retired from the Division of Adolescent Medicine Childrens Hospital Los Angeles to take a position as Head of the Division of Adolescent Medicine at BC Children’s Hospital in Vancouver, Canada.
Robert B. Kaplan is Emeritus Professor of Applied Linguistics in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Southern California. He was the founding editor of the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics and has served as an editor of the applied linguistics entries for both the first and second editions of the International Encyclopedia of Linguistics.
Dr. Robert Tranquada came to USC in 1959 as Assistant Professor of Medicine and Fellow in Endocrinology and Diabetes at the School of Medicine working his way up to the position of Medical Director of the Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center and Associate Dean where he remained from 1969 to 1976.