Events

December 13 - 19, 2018

Friday, December 14

 MIC Seminar Series: Preclinical and Basic Research Using Imaging Based Analysis.
This is a past event.

USC Molecular Imaging Center, Department of Radiology Presents our First Speaker for a Special MIC Seminar Series: Preclinical and Basic Research Using...

Saturday, December 15

American Origins with Caitlin Fitz (USC EMSI)
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"The United States and the Americas 1775-1825" To receive pre-circulated materials for this event, please RSVP by 5:00pm on Friday, December 14. Saturday,...

Tuesday, December 18

Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership Application Tips Webinar
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Join the admissions team at USC Rossier for a webinar session to learn how to prepare your application for the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership...

Saturday, December 15

EMSI: American Origins with Caitlin Fitz
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"The United States and the Americas 1775-1825" To receive pre-circulated materials for this event, please RSVP by 5:00pm on Friday, December 14. Saturday,...

Thursday, December 13

Feel Better Workshops
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Offered by Counseling and Mental Health Services, student can drop into these Feel Better Workshops and get support on various topics: 12/5 - topic is...

Feel Better Workshops Drop-In - USC Student Health
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Feel Better Workshops are open to all undergraduate and graduate students. These workshops are offered all year! They are a great fit for anyone who would...

Friday, December 14

Fight On! Fridays Information Session
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For prospective Dental Hygiene, Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS), Advanced Standing Program for International Students (ASPID) and Advanced Specialty Program...

Thursday, December 13

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
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Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Monday, December 17

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
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Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Wednesday, December 19

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Friday, December 14

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Saturday, December 15

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Tuesday, December 18

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Sunday, December 16

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Tuesday, December 18

Inside NIH Study Sections and Common Mistakes on NIH Applications: Advice from the Battleground
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Have you experienced challenges in obtaining funding from the NIH? The Keck School of Medicine Research Deans and the SC Clinical and Translational Science...

Thursday, December 13

Let's Talk!
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Offered by Counseling and Mental Health Services, students can drop in and speak to a counselor for a brief session during this time period in STU 422.

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
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The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

Sunday, December 16

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

Friday, December 14

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

Monday, December 17

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

Saturday, December 15

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

Tuesday, December 18

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

Wednesday, December 19

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

Friday, December 14

Mindfulness Skills for Daily Living
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Offered by Counseling and Mental Health Services....Learn mindfulness techniques to reduce stress and to build relation and well-being skills.

Optogenetic and chemogenetic technologies for probing molecular and cellular interactions
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The Ting Lab develops technologies to map cells and functional circuits. They apply these technologies to understand signaling in the mitochondria and...

Saturday, December 15

Reading with Marci Vogel and Janet Fitch
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Join Authors Marci Vogel and Janet Fitch for a reading of their latest works: Vogel's Death and Other Holidays and Wallace's House of McQueen. December...

Tuesday, December 18

USC Stem Cell Seminar: Stephanie Seidlits, UCLA—"Engineered microenvironments for spinal cord regeneration"
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Live webcast at keckmedia.usc.edu/stem-cell-seminar The local environment after spinal cord injury does not support regeneration. However, the physical and...

“Inside NIH Study Sections and Common Mistakes on NIH Applications” Seminar
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Have you experienced challenges in obtaining funding from the NIH? The Keck School of Medicine Research Deans and the SC Clinical and Translational Science...

December 13 - 19, 2018