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Price master’s students examine the ‘Art of Leadership’

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 16, 2016 7:30:00 AM / by Matthew Kredell posted in Innovative Leadership

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USC Thornton Professor Ron McCurdy, center, leads a jazz trio during a Price EML class. (Photo by David Giannamore) 
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Art is meant to be felt and experienced, a visceral stimulation of the senses that generates personal reflection. But there’s also a lot that can be learned about leadership from the dynamics of how art comes together. 

The Executive Master of Leadership (EML) program at the USC Price School of Public Policy explored the creative side of leadership in January with a two-and-a half-day examination of art and leadership. The Friday afternoon session focused on lessons to be drawn from musical performances.

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EMHA Students Celebrate USC Homecoming

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 30, 2015 5:00:00 PM / by Matthew Kredell posted in Blended Learning

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People who enroll in the Executive Master of Health Administration program at the USC Price School of Public Policy aren’t the typical graduate-level students. They are generally clinical or management healthcare professionals with a decade or more of experience, and their full-time work in the field – in places all around the country – necessitates that much of the coursework be taken online.

But they still value opportunities to more closely connect with the broader Trojan family, and perhaps nothing signifies that experience more than coming together for a USC football game.

Photo by Jennifer Harrington

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Nurturing the Next Generation of Healthcare Leaders

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 16, 2015 11:36:42 AM / by Matthew Kredell posted in Healthcare Careers

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MHA alum Crystal Diaz (center left), assistant administratorof the Edward R. Roybal Comprehensive Health Center, leads a site visit with Professor LaVonna Lewis (center right) and students. (Photo by Deirdre Flanagan)

Young people interested in helping others often gravitate to the healthcare field, where clinical positions are usually the most common roles that come to mind. With the USC Diversity in Healthcare Leadership Initiative 2015 Summer Enrichment Program, USC Price School of Public Policy Professor LaVonna Lewis aims to show students the professional possibilities they typically don’t see.

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Healthcare Careers: A Unique Path to Shaping Mental Health

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 10, 2015 7:30:00 AM / by Matthew Kredell

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From running sports card businesses to overcoming personal challenges, Bill Dully combines leadership skills and experiences to impact the healthcare field.

Bill Dully shot hoops with Michael Jordan, golfed with Tiger Woods, and rode in a race car driven by Dale Earnhardt Jr.

For more than 20 years, Dully was a major player in the world of athletics, serving as president and chief operating officer of trading card companies Upper Deck and Donruss. His career highlights included securing an exclusionary card deal with baseball legend Willie Mays, signing Ken Griffey Jr. as a national spokesman, securing the rights to and producing Woods’ rookie card and being the first to reach a worldwide autograph memorabilia agreement with Jordan.

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