The Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA) provides a wide range of support services, programs and activities aimed at the development of both undergraduate and graduate students.
Dr. Theo Fowles
Dr. Theo Fowles is currently the Assistant Director of the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs at The University of Southern California. He is a two time Trojan– completing a B.A. in the Critical Studies of Cinema (’05) and most recently defending his doctoral dissertation at the USC Rossier School of Education (’18). His research explores how former foster youth use social media at institutions of higher learning. With a broader interest in learning how to integrate entertainment, social media and academics to create leaders inside and outside of the classroom, he is especially focused on supporting students of color beyond the classroom. A first generation college student, Dr. Fowles was initiated into the Nu Upsilon Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma at USC (Spring 2003), and currently serves as adviser to Brothers Breaking B.R.E.A.D., a Black male collective on campus.