Events

Monday, January 29

Undeliverable: Postcards and Photos of Lives Interrupted

The exhibit consists of a collection of Armenian-themed postcards from Ottoman Empire. All of the postcards are pre-1915 and were meticulously collected over...

Career Fest: American Language Institute Conversation Group

The Conversation Groups Program has been an American Language Institute standard for more than 10 years. It aims at promoting English conversation between...

Career Fest: Employer Resume Review

Have you ever wanted to see your resume through the eyes of a recruiter? Come to the Career Fest: Employer Resume Review to have your resume looked over by...

GRE Math Peer Tutoring

A USC Senior who received a perfect score on the Quantitative portion of the GRE exam will be teaching GRE Math concepts and strategies FREE for students!...

Career Fest: Mindful Monday

An ongoing mindful meditation practice group that meets on every Monday from 12pm to 1pm at the Student Counseling Center at Engemann Student Health Center....

Graduate Student Professionalization Workshop: Public Speaking - Lectures

Speakers: Saori Katada and Steve Lamy Topic: Public Speaking - Lectures A key element of supporting scholarship is directly preparing graduate students for...

Neurobiology Seminar: Karen Zito, Ph.D.

Click here for more information on Dr. Karen Zito. Research Interests Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Synaptic Plasticity The goal of our research...

Public Speaking: Lecture

The Graduate Student Professionalization series is sponsored and organized by the Center for International Studies, East Asian Studies Center, and Korean...

Public Speaking: Lectures

The first Graduate Professionalization Series of 2018 will be Public Speaking - Lectures, which will take place on Monday, January 29. Steven Lamy, Professor...

Speaking and Being Heard: How Nonprofit Advocacy Organizations Gain Attention on Social Media

Chao Guo Monday, January 29, 2018 Noon - 1:15 pm Ralph and Goldy Lewis Hall, Room 308 [Lunch will be Served] The social media era ushers in an...

WIM Speaker Series (HSC): From Model to Master

A conversation on women-led business, yoga, and the power of wellness, with Stefanie Blase and her guest instructor

Iraq and International Oil Politics, 1958 to 1974

Join MDES for a discussion with Dr. Christopher Dietrich (Fordham University) on Monday, January 29th at 12:30 pm in VKC 300A. Dr. Dietrich will analyze the...

Biomedical Engineering Department Guest Speaker

Speaker: Bruno Olshausen, PhD, Professor, Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute and School of Optometry Director, Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience...

"With respect to Satisfaction for Mr. Houston’: Spanish Law and Native Justice in the Florida Borderlands, 1784-1821" with Nancy Gallman

Nancy Gallman is a legal historian of early North America, specializing in settler and indigenous law, early Native and African American history, Spanish...

Career Fest: Trojan Talk with Wedbush Securities

Founded in 1955, Wedbush Securities is one of the largest securities firms and investment banks in the nation. We provide innovative financial solutions...

Mathematical Finance Colloquium: Portfolio optimization under Fractional Stochastic Environments

Ruimeng Hu, UC Santa Barbara Abstract: Rough stochastic volatility models have attracted a lot of attention recently, in particular for the linear option...

Peaks and Passions: The Pursuit of Hapiness

Peaks & Pondering is a new biweekly discussion series where a fun/intellectual/interesting mix of trip leads and participants get together to talk about...

NOTE: Room change - CAMS Colloquium: Singularity formation in incompressible fluids

NOTE: ROOM CHANGED FROM KAP 414 TO KAP 245 FOR THIS DAY Tarek Elgindi, UC San Diego Abstract: The rapid formation of small scale structures is a ubiquitous...

Special Colloquium: Algebraic constructions of Markov duality and its applications

Jeffrey Kuan, Columbia University Abstract: Markov duality in spin chains and exclusion processes has found a wide variety of applications throughout...

Intro to Graduate School

Thinking about graduate school? This session is for you! The Pre-Graduate School Advisors will be covering the following topics and more: -Should I go to...

Graduate School Application Components

Planning to apply to graduate school? This session is for you! The Pre-Graduate School Advisors will be going into depth about the various application...

What Every International Student Should Know About Getting a Job in the U.S.

Studying in the U.S. is a powerful first step towards making U.S. employment a reality, but each year thousands of international students are surprised to...

Career Fest: Oath (formerly Yahoo) Information Session for Viterbi Students

Oath is a diverse house of more than 50 media and technology brands that engages more than a billion people around the world. The Oath portfolio includes...

Star Parker: Hosted by YAF at USC

We, the USC Young Americans for Freedom, would like to cordially invite you to attend our first event of 2018. On Monday, January 29th at 7pm in Taper Hall...

Career Fest: How to Build Your Dream - What is Social Entrepreneurship?

Are you curious about social entrepreneurship? Do you have an idea for your own social enterprise? Our panel will feature three speakers, a student...

Monday, January 29