Events

Thursday, April 20

EMSI Annual Conference 2017

"Ideological Origins at 50: Power, Rights, and the Rise and Fall of Free States" The USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute and Yale University's...

States of Emergence: Race, Gender and Poetics of Embodiment

A Symposium by Comparative Studies in Literature and Culture States of Emergence: Race, Gender and Poetics of Embodiment With NADIA ELLIS (Professor of...

The Boudreaux Visiting Writers Series: Jane Mead

The USC Ph.D. Creative Writing and Literature Program presents Poet Jane Mead for the 2017 Boudreaux Visiting Writers Series. Jane Mead is the author of...

Assessment Recruitment

The Appointment Group is a Global Travel Management Company providing businesses travel related services. The businesses clients are Music Entertainment,...

USC School of Cinematic Arts Talent Week

A full week of panels, workshops, films, demo's and parties; followed by VIP screenings of our award winning films at agencies such as CAA, UTA, WME. OPEN TO...

Information Session: SCCAC at UCLA

The Southern California College Advising Corps' (SCCAC) mission is to improve college outcomes for low-income, first-generation and underrepresented...

CIS Working Paper Series: Xinru Ma: "Who's Chasing Whom? Measuring the Direction of Pursuit in Power Relations with High-level Exchange Data" (Coauthored with Prof. David Kang)

Xinru Ma: "Who's Chasing Whom? Measuring the Direction of Pursuit in Power Relations with High-level Exchange Data" (Coauthored with Prof. David...

USC Center for Excellence in Teaching: Using Blackboard to Maximize Instructor Time & Increase Student Engagement

Professor John Walsh and Instructional Designer Carl Kuzmich will demonstrate features within Blackboard to engage students both in and outside the classroom...

Student Geometry & Topology Seminar: Fock-Goncharov coordinates for configurations of inscribed polygons in the real projective plane

Daniel Douglas, USC Abstract: Fix a positive integer N. In the real projective plane RP^2 (namely, the real plane R^2 together with a "circle at...

Albert L. Whiteman Lectures, Distinguished Lecturer: A tale of two boundaries:  Hodge structures and degeneration

Mark Green UCLA, Professor Emeritus & Distinguished Research Professor Abstract: Smooth projective varieties have Hodge structures. When the varieties...

35th Annual International Student Graduation Reception

Each year, the Office of International Services celebrates and honors graduating international students. Join us for a grand reception with light...

Activist Roundtable

Culminating the 2017 CSLC Symposium, States of Emergence: Race, Gender and the Poetics of Embodiment, with guest scholar Nadia Ellis of UC Berkeley, this...

German Studies Film Series

The Culpable (2015) 92 minutes, by Gerd Schneider The life and faith of catholic prison minister Jakob Voelz is fundamentally troubled when his best...

German Studies Film Series

The Culpable (2015) 92 minutes, by Gerd Schneider The life and faith of catholic prison minister Jakob Voelz is fundamentally troubled when his best...

Milkshake Mingle Hour: Prof. Mark Moore

Professor Mark Moore will be hosting the Economics Association's second "Milkshake Mingle Hour" at Ground Zero next Thursday, April 20 from 4:00-5:00pm. This...

USC Shoah Foundation: "Collaborators: Exploring Participation in the Holocaust by Non-Germans in Eastern Europe" (Dr. Alexander Korb; Leicester, UK)

The USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Research presents: " Collaborators: Exploring Participation in the Holocaust by Non-Germans in Eastern...

“Collaborators: Exploring Participation in the Holocaust by Non-Germans in Eastern Europe” with Professor Alexander Korb (Leicester, UK)

USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Research Presents: Professor Alexander Korb (Leicester, UK) “Collaborators: Exploring Participation...

The Boudreaux Visiting Writers Series: Reading and Book Signing by Jane Mead

Please join the PhD in Creative Writing & Literature Program for a reading by poet Jane Mead. Book signing to follow. Jane Mead is the author of five...

Early Modern Studies Annual Conference 2017

"Ideological Origins at 50: Power, Rights, and the Rise and Fall of Free States" The USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute and Yale University's...

Healing from Trauma

RSVP link: tinyurl.com/SAGExTRE To wrap up our Take Back the Night series, we want to provide a space for survivors to create tools for healing through...

A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer

In partnership with the LGBT Resource Center and the One & All Social Justice Theatre Company, please join us for MMPR, edited by Eve Ensler. MMRP is a...

Jazz Night featuring Non-Major Combos

Students enrolled in Thornton's elective courses or earning Minors in Jazz Studies present an evening of contemporary jazz as part of an ongoing series.

USC School of Dramatic Arts Presents: SPRING AWAKENING

First performed under heavy censorship in Germany in 1906, Frank Wedekind’s play follows the dawning sexual awakening of a group of teenagers. The source for...

USC V-DAY

Join us on Thursday April 20th, 2017 in THH 201 as RSVP and the LGBT Resource Center commemorate Sexual Violence Awareness Month with a powerful and...

Nerd Day (Free Pizza, Boba, and Sushi)

Fandom ties are thicker than blood, right? The force is real with this event where you can really let your fandom flag fly! Will it be Stark or Lannister?...

Queeraoke with QuASA

Whether you're a music major or just like to sing in the shower, come through for a fun night of songs, free food and prizes. --- The USC Queer and Ally...

USC Thornton Opera: “Béatrice et Bénédict”

The USC Thornton Opera, together with the USC Thornton Symphony, presents Hector Berlioz's sparkling comic opera, Béatrice et Bénédict, based on...

Thursday, April 20