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Real estate CEO shares his drive for diversity with students


Founded in 1993, the Ross Minority Program at the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate started as a way to contribute ... the largest developer of mixed-use communities in coastal California. He serves as chair of the Lusk Center’s Advisory Council and ...


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The BH Properties gift will provide students with scholarship funds and professional development opportunities. December 7, 2015 Policy/Law Dominique Sawyer, second from left, created a development proposal with her colleagues as part of the Ross Minority Program(Photo/Tom Queally) Ross program diversifies next generation of real estate leadersWomen and minorities acquire key skills, aiming to foster responsible development in underserved communities. April 14, 2015 Health Real estate developer delves into the family business Former real estate developer Parker White looks to follow his wife, Lindsey Robinson DDS ’90, in the dental profession(Photo/Kim Eeles) This year’s Ostrow School White Coat Ceremony marked not only the start of dental education for Parker White but also a new professional and personal beginning. September 16, 2013 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Real estate CEO shares his drive for diversity with students Top stories on USC News University USC President CLMax Nikias visits a classroom of 8th graders studying plant cell structure during the Neighborhood Academic Initiative Saturday Academy(USC Photo/David Sprague) Nikias shares his own story and encouraging words with pupils in USC’s unique college prep programThe university president makes a surprise visit to students and families participating in the Neighborhood Academic Initiative, which helps children who live near USC get ready for college. February 23 Health Increasing rates of opioid use in the U.Shave public health consequences like heroin usage and the spread of hepatitis C, USC researchers say(Photo/Jeffrey Beall) Opioid abuse leads to heroin use and a hepatitis C epidemic, USC researcher saysNearly everyone who used heroin transitioned to drug injection in about six months — a trend that contributes to the hepatitis C epidemic, USC-led study finds. February 23 Arts The MFA in Design program’s new facility is located downtown in the arts district(Photo/Courtesy of At Mateo) USC Roski School of Art and Design launches MFA in Design programTwo-year curriculum focusing on design and social practices will be housed in downtown Los Angeles’ vibrant At Mateo complex. February 23 Subscribe to receive USC News via email subscribe About This Site Contact Us -->

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