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Archive: November 2016

5 Workplaces That Embrace Older Workers (Forbes)

Forbes quoted USC Leonard Davis School Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving about workplaces supporting older workers. “Leaders in business are beginning to appreciate that older workers retain unique values, skills, wisdom and judgment and are recognizing, frankly, that the intergenerational teams and workforces may

USC Dietitian: Thanksgiving is Perfect Time to Start Healthy Habits

Reporters: for interview requests, please contact Beth Newcomb, USC Leonard Davis School Media Relations, at bethdunh@usc.edu or (213) 740-0821. The Thanksgiving meal is often used to illustrate how Americans get it wrong with food – we eat too much of everything, leaving us feeling like

Los Angeles voters pass new measures (Daily Trojan)

The Daily Trojan spoke to Assistant Professor Jennifer Ailshire about city and county measures that passed during the November 8 election. “Efforts to combat homelessness need to be focused not just on getting people into housing but getting them into permanent affordable housing so the risk of

Valter Longo Receives 2016 Friedrich Merz Guest Professorship

The Merz Guest Professorship appoints an especially well-reputed scientist from the field of pharmaceuticals or human medicine to the University of Frankfurt each year. First awarded in 1987, it is one of the oldest chairs for visiting professors at Frankfurt’s Goethe University.