You could say that Oxy is greater than the sum of its parts. Be it students, faculty, or alumni, our community members are smart, engaged, interesting and interested, and they care about their work as well as the world around them. That’s why we love hearing their stories, and why we invite you to get to know a diverse sampling of the people that help make Oxy what it is.
Spending a summer in Los Angeles has resulted in numerous discoveries for Phillip Wong, from new art and dining spots in the city to a better understanding of local government.
I never self-identified as low income. I never self-identified as a student of color, or a woman of color. And these are all identities that I now feel a lot more grounded in — and being grounded in your personal identity is so important.
Phillip M. Ayoub’s research bridges insights from international relations and comparative politics, engaging with literature on transnational politics, gender and politics, norm diffusion, and the study of social movements.
Patricia Cabral's research interests are centered on health-risk behaviors among adolescents and young adults, and how they contribute to differences in health outcomes across racial/ethnic groups.
From sarcastic teens to dinosaur-fighting warriors, voice actor Ashly Burch brings video game heroines to life.