Faculty/Staff Events

February 15 - 21, 2018

Thursday, February 15

2018 Perinatal Medicine Conference
This is a past event.

This course offers a review of important and timely topics in the field of perinatal medicine. Based on a review of the literature, input from our own expert...

Price Latin American Initiative Seminar Series: Land Use Regulation & Informal Housing
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A Conversation with Julia Harten on Land Use Regulation and Informal Housing Please join us for the first of a series of seminars sponsored by the Office of...

USC-Meiji University Research Exchange: "Japan's History and Archaeology" (USC PPJS)
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** This event will be held in the Music Library Herklotz Room, Doheny G28 ** The Project for Premodern Japan Studies will welcome 8 visitors—faculty and...

Chemical Biology Tools to Perceive and Perturb Carbohydrates and Carbohydrate Processing Enzymes in Living Systems
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Chemial Biology Professor David Vocadlo; Departments of Chemistry and Molecular Biology & Biochemistry; Simon Fraser University, Canada

Computational Biology Faculty Candidate Seminar: Elizabeth Proctor PhD (MIT)
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From Atoms to Systems: A Multi-Scale Approach to Modeling and Correcting Disease Pathology"

Sustainability Professionals Speaker Series
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Please join us for the next speaker in our ongoing sustainability professionals series, focused on coastal sustainability: Tom Ford Executive Director, The...

CommuniTEA
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Trojan family tea time featuring free chai, desserts, ping pong and periodic art projects. All USC students and staff are welcome to attend.

communiTEA
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The Trojan community is invited for tea and dessert every Thursday at 3pm in the URC Courtyard.

16th Annual Law and Humanities Distinguished Lecture presented by Michael Walzer
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The Center for Law, History, and Culture is delighted to invite you to attend the 2018 Distinguished Lecture in Law and the Humanities. Our distinguished...

A conversation with Anna Deavere Smith
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Please join USC Annenberg and the HBO Diverse Voices Forum for a conversation with Anna Deavere Smith, writer, producer and star of HBO’s Notes from the...

2018 International Darwin Day Celebration w/ Special Guest Neil Shubin
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Neil Shubin, professor of Organismal Biology and Anatomy at the University of Chicago, is widely celebrated for discovering the fossil fish Tiktaalik roseae,...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: BUENAZA/CABRÓN
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A business in ruins. A woman disappeared. A mysterious relative. Created by the company, Buenaza/Cabrón follows two reporters who chase down a story of...

BHM: Black Panther Screening
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Black Student Assembly BSA is proud to announce a private screening of Black Panther for USC students on Thursday, Feb. 15 at the Regal Cinema in LA Live!...

Friday, February 16

Early Modern Iberian Voices Colloquium
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Between Habsburgs and Ottoman Empires: Sovereign Forms of Migration Friday, February 16, 2018 Huntington Library 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA Stewart R....

Early Modern Iberian Voices Colloquium (USC EMSI)
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Between Habsburgs and Ottoman Empires: Sovereign Forms of Migration Friday, February 16, 2018 Huntington Library 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA Stewart R....

Yoga at Fisher
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Every Friday during the run of the show (between 1/26 and 4/13) Enjoy free yoga classes every Friday with Keisha Bolden (@keishaboldenyoga). Classes are...

CANCELED - LA History & Metro Studies Group
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We regret to announce that this Friday's paper workshop with Emma Silverman is canceled due to a family emergency. ---- “Beautiful Junk: Assemblage, Black...

CANCELED - LA History & Metro Studies Group (USC ICW)
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We regret to announce that this Friday's paper workshop with Emma Silverman is canceled due to a family emergency....

An Unholy Brew: Alcohol in Indian History and Religion (USC SOF)
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An Unholy Brew:Alcohol in Indian History and Religion James McHughAssociate Professor of Religion and Society of Fellows at USC February 16, 2018 |...

Conversations Across the Humanities with James McHugh
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"An Unholy Brew: Alcohol in Indian History and Religion" James McHugh Associate Professor of Religion and Society of Fellows at USC February 16, 2018 |...

Logistics Sprawl: Spatial Patterns and Characteristics of New Warehousing Establishments in The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA)
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Please join us for our Spring 2018 MetroFreight Seminar. Please RSVP so we may reserve your lunch. Presented by Gagandeep Singh Master of Applied Science...

USC-Meiji University Research Exchange: "Japan's History and Archaeology" (USC PPJS)
This is a past event.

** This event will be held in the Music Library Herklotz Room, Doheny G28 ** The Project for Premodern Japan Studies will welcome 8 visitors—faculty and...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: A BRIGHT ROOM CALLED DAY (REVISITED)
This is a past event.

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner revisits his play which deals simultaneously with the collapse of democracy in the last year of the Weimar...

Saturday, February 17

Japanese Extensive Reading Workshop
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日本語多読ワークショップ2018のご案内 USC Workshop Date: Saturday, February 17th, 2018 Title: 2nd USC Workshop on Japanese Extensive Reading Location: Taper Hall,...

Early Modern British History with James Delbourgo
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"The Origins of Public Museums: Hans Sloane's Collections and Creation of the British Museum" In 1759 London’s British Museum opened its doors for the first...

Early Modern British History with James Delbourgo (USC EMSI)
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James Delbourgo, Rutgers University "The Origins of Public Museums: Hans Sloane's Collections and Creation of the British Museum" Saturday, February 17,...

Summit for Gay Latino Male Collegians
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Brought to you by the USC Race and Equity Center, this day-long summit is intended to provide a safe and welcoming space for gay Latinos to network, share...

Lunar New Year
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Join us for our annual Lunar New Year festival celebrating the Year of the Dog! Free admission to the galleries, performances, artmaking workshops and more.

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: A BRIGHT ROOM CALLED DAY (REVISITED)
This is a past event.

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner revisits his play which deals simultaneously with the collapse of democracy in the last year of the Weimar...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: THE MATCHMAKER
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Wealthy Horace Vandergelder gets more than he bargains for when he hires legendary matchmaker Dolly Gallagher Levi to find his perfect mate. Wilder’s...

Sunday, February 18

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: THE MATCHMAKER
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Wealthy Horace Vandergelder gets more than he bargains for when he hires legendary matchmaker Dolly Gallagher Levi to find his perfect mate. Wilder’s...

Tuesday, February 20

PIPE* Workshop:  Brian Newman, Pepperdine University
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Presidents and the Congressional Black Caucus: Electoral Incentives and Budget Politics Brian Newman will discuss his research paper (co-authored with John...

Phosphorus-Element Bond-Forming Reactions
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Inorganic Chemistry Professor Christopher Cummins; Department of Chemistry; Massachsettes Institute of Technology

SSI Spring 2018 Brown Bag Speaker Series “Emerging Uses of LiDAR and 3D Visualization”
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Since the mid-1990s, Dr. Richard C. Olsen’s research and teaching has been in remote sensing, and in particular, spectral imaging, working with airborne...

Hearing and Communication Neuroscience Seminar: Richard Mooney, Ph.D.
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Click here for more information on Dr. Richard Mooney. Research Description Our broad research goal is to understand the neural mechanisms by which...

USC Dornsife INET Seminar Series - Essie Maasoumi
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Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of Economics, Essie Massoumi, will present at the USC Dornsife INET's Seminar Series. For more information, please...

LACMA/USC Photography Seminar "Revival and Subversion: Snapshot Performances, From Kodak to Kara Walker" (USC VSRI)
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Revival and Subversion: Snapshot Performances, From Kodak to Kara Walker Tuesday, February 20 5:30-7:00pm SOS 250 Tanya Sheehan, Colby College Situating...

Political Conversation: Joe Trippi
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Join the Unruh Institute for the fourth installment of our semester-long Political Conversation Series, where notable politicians, political operatives and...

Double Feature: Beneath the Planet of the Apes and Escape from the Planet of the Apes
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Double Feature: Beneath the Planet of the Apes and Escape from the Planet of the Apes ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP at...

Wednesday, February 21

Cancelled - Early Modern Political Thought with Rebecca Comay
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We regret to announce that this event has been cancelled until further notice. Please check the EMSI website for further notifications about the rescheduling...

Free Webinar - The High Potentials Advantage: The Differentiating X Factors
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with Jay Conger In this webinar, Jay Conger will highlight findings from his newest book The High Potentials Advantage (co-authored with Allan Church) to be...

Trojan Farmers Market
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Buy your fresh fruit, veggies and healthy snacks for the week from local farmers at the Trojan Farmers Market! The market also offers a variety of food...

Neighborhood Data for Social Change 2018 Community Training Schedule  
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We are pleased to announce the 2018 schedule of community training workshops for the Neighborhood Data for Social Change platform. Participants will learn to...

Lunch Talk: Google and Antitrust Law in the Global Market
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With USC Gould's Center for Transnational Law and Business (CTLB), Senior Competition Counsel Michael Lawrence from Google will talk about how the U.S. and...

A Tale of Two Sufis
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USC Dornsife MDES Iranian Studies Initiative will host Professor Richard Bulliet (Columbia University) as part of our USC Dornsife-Farhang Foundation annual...

USC CAIS seminar: Hashtag HIV?: Using Digital Epidemiology to advance HIV prevention among youth
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Abstract: Racial and ethnic disparities in HIV remain a public health priority in the U.S. In this talk, Dr. Stevens will discuss her research ...

CANCELED - Early Modern Political Thought with Rebecca Comay (USC EMSI)
This is a past event.

We regret to announce that this event has been cancelled until further notice. Please check the EMSI website for further notifications about the rescheduling...

Nuclear Weapons & International Security with Dr. Robert Gallucci
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Co-Sponsored with the USC John Quincy Adams Society The spread of nuclear weapons poses an international security challenge. With nuclear weapons just a...

Algorithms of oppression, algorithms of liberation: A conversation with Logic Magazine
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Please join USC Annenberg and Logic magazine representatives Sarah T. Roberts, Moira Weigel, and Miriam Posner, and Assistant Professor Safiya Noble for a...

Archive Fever: Lost Words, Buried Voices
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ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP beginning Wednesday, January 31, at 9 a.m. USC Students, Staff, and Faculty: RSVP USC Alumni:...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: A BRIGHT ROOM CALLED DAY (REVISITED)
This is a past event.

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner revisits his play which deals simultaneously with the collapse of democracy in the last year of the Weimar...

February 15 - 21, 2018