Faculty/Staff Events

February 21 - 27, 2018

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

Thursday, February 22

ICW In Conversation with Peter L. Reich
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The Law of the United States-Mexico Border: A Casebook Thursday, February 22, 2018 12:00 - 1:00pm The Huntington, Munger Research Center, Seaver 1-2 ...

In Conversation with Peter L. Reich (USC ICW)
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"The Law of the United States-Mexico Border: A Casebook" Thursday, February 22, 2018 12:00 - 1:00pm The Huntington Munger Research Center Seaver...

USC Brittingham Lab Lunch & Learn: Leah Hanes, Two Bit Circus Foundation
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Join the USC Marshall Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab for a Lunch & Learn featuring Dr. Leah Hanes, executive director of Two Bit Circus Foundation. Two...

Computational Biology Faculty Candidate Seminar: Michael Feig PhD (Michigan State University)
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Structure meets systems: Atomistic views of biology at cellular scales via modeling and simulation

Ph.D. Program in Population, Health, and Place Colloquium - "Place and the Goldilocks Principle: Theory, Measurement and the Relevance of Places in Population and Health"
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Dr. Stephen A. Matthews Professor of Sociology, Anthropology & Demography (Courtesy Geography, and School of International Affairs) Director, Graduate...

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.

USC PAM@ the Library
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USC PAM is proud to participate in the Pasadena Public Library’s Big Read, highlighting the book When the Emperor Was Divine by Julie Otsuka. Taking...

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

BUGS Applicant & Mentor Mixer
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Undergraduates in the cinema arts, engineering, medical fields and sciences and USC faculty are invited to learn more about the Bridge Undergraduate Sciences...

2018 Edward R. Roybal Memorial Lecture
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The USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging at the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work honors the late Congressman Edward R. Roybal, a visionary...

American Origins with Sarah M.S. Pearsall
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“Christians Have Kept 3 Wives” Did God condone polygamists? Wattapahtihinnit, a Wampanoag living in what is now called Martha’s Vineyard, wondered about...

American Origins with Sarah M.S. Pearsall (USC EMSI)
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“Christians Have Kept 3 Wives” Did God condone polygamists? Wattapahtihinnit, a Wampanoag living in what is now called Martha’s Vineyard, wondered about...

Writing Winning Proposals
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Email RSVP Required: usccer@usc.edu Bonnie Lund, Professional Grant Writer and Owner of The Writing Company, will instruct a 3-session workshop that helps...

Archaeology Around the World Lecture Series: "The Rise of the Khmer Empire" presented by Dr. Miriam Stark, University of Hawai'i
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The Rise of the Khmer Empire: From Angkor Borei to Angkor Wat Presented by: Dr. Miriam Stark, Ph.D. Professor of Anthropology University of Hawai’i at...

John Mearsheimer on Liberal Dreams & International Realities
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Since the end of the Cold War, American foreign policy practitioners on both sides of the aisle have pursued a foreign policy of liberal hegemony: attempting...

New Developments in Building Ecological Civilization in China
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The Voices for a Sustainable and Equitable Future seminar series provides an interdisciplinary forum to advance ideas and environmental policies for a...

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: MACBETH
This is a past event.

Shakespeare’s bloody psychological thriller about a fearless warrior tempted by a prophecy, and encouraged by his wife into his own all-consuming ambition....

Friday, February 23

2018 Los Angeles GeoSpatial Summit
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The 2018 LA Geospatial Summit will feature: · a keynote address by Jeff Jonas, Founder & Chief Scientist of Senzing; · panels by industry experts; and ·...

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...

Effective Strategies to Disseminate Your Research
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Email RSVP Required: usccer@usc.edu Michele Kipke, Vice-Chair of Research, CHLA, and Katrina Kubicek, Program Manager, CHLA, teach you how to prepare for...

Urban Growth Seminar: This is a Black Spatial Imaginary
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Speakers: Sharita Towne, Artist and Professor- Pacific Northwest College of Art Lisa Bates, Professor- Portland State University This is a Black Spatial...

Controlling the conversation: The ethics of social platforms and content moderation
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Together with the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University, the Annenberg Innovation Lab presents an afternoon conference on “Controlling the...

Pre-Modern Mediterranean with Stephen Harrison
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"An Issue of Genre and Form in Roman Literature: Expanded Epigram in Horace and Propertius" Both Horatian lyric and Propertian elegy are medium-length forms...

Pre-Modern Mediterranean with Stephen Harrison (USC EMSI)
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Stephen Harrison, University of Oxford "An Issue of Genre and Form in Roman Literature: Expanded Epigram in Horace and Propertius" Friday, Feburary 23,...

BUGS Applicant & Mentor Mixer - Test
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Undergraduates in the cinema arts, engineering, medical fields and sciences and USC faculty are invited to learn more about the Bridge Undergraduate Sciences...

15th Annual Carl M. Franklin Lecture on Science and Society
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Join the Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute and the USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences in attending the Fifteenth Annual...

Focus on USC: "USC Art Party at the College Art Association Meeting" (USC VSRI)
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Focus on USC USC Art Party at the College Art Association Meeting Friday, February 23 6:00-9:00pm USC Fisher Museum of Art Hosted by the USC Dornsife...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: MACBETH
This is a past event.

Shakespeare’s bloody psychological thriller about a fearless warrior tempted by a prophecy, and encouraged by his wife into his own all-consuming ambition....

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...

MTR's 2nd Annual Actor Peppers
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Can you handle the heat?! MTR presents Actor Peppers--the hilarious event where performers from all across campus tackle the ultimate challenge: eat one...

Saturday, February 24

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: MACBETH
This is a past event.

Shakespeare’s bloody psychological thriller about a fearless warrior tempted by a prophecy, and encouraged by his wife into his own all-consuming ambition....

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: THE MATCHMAKER
This is a past event.

Wealthy Horace Vandergelder gets more than he bargains for when he hires legendary matchmaker Dolly Gallagher Levi to find his perfect mate. Wilder’s...

BUGS Applicant & Mentor Mixer - Test
This is a past event.

Undergraduates in the cinema arts, engineering, medical fields and sciences and USC faculty are invited to learn more about the Bridge Undergraduate Sciences...

BHM: Black Excellence Gala
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The first annual Black Excellence Gala hosted by USC NSBE and Google! Come join us for a night of Black excellence, featuring music, food, networking and...

USC VSA's 40th Annual Vietnamese Culture Night: Step by Step
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The University of Southern California’s Vietnamese Student Association proudly presents our 40th Annual Vietnamese Culture Night: Step by Step, Hành Trình...

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...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: MACBETH
This is a past event.

Shakespeare’s bloody psychological thriller about a fearless warrior tempted by a prophecy, and encouraged by his wife into his own all-consuming ambition....

Sunday, February 25

Archaeological Institute of America Lecture: Commercial Interactions Between Rome and South Asia
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West Meets East: Commercial Interactions Between Rome and South Asia Presented by Dr. Sethuraman Suresh Archaeological Institute of America Dr....

In Conversation: Enrique Martinez Celaya with Dan McCleary & Demian Flores
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Join three acclaimed artists for a conversation on art, artists, communities, and social change. Enrique Martinez Celaya is an American artist whose work...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: BUENAZA/CABRÓN
This is a past event.

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...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: MACBETH
This is a past event.

Shakespeare’s bloody psychological thriller about a fearless warrior tempted by a prophecy, and encouraged by his wife into his own all-consuming ambition....

BUGS Applicant & Mentor Mixer - Test
This is a past event.

Undergraduates in the cinema arts, engineering, medical fields and sciences and USC faculty are invited to learn more about the Bridge Undergraduate Sciences...

"Why Harry Met Sally: Subversive Jewishness, Anglo-Christian Power, and the Rhetoric of Modern Love
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Join Joshua Moss, assistant professor of Media, Arts, Design and Technology at California State University, Chico and author of "Why Harry Met Sally;...

Monday, February 26

EDITH + EDDIE Screening with the Director
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Join us for a free screening of the 2018 Academy Award-Nominated Short (30 min.) Documentary EDITH + EDDIE. The love story of America’s oldest interracial...

Neurobiology Seminar Series and the USC Bridge Institute
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Linda Buck, Ph.D., Nobel Laureate and Professor of Physiology and Biophysics, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and University of Washington ...

Early Modern Visual and Material Culture with Robert Wellington
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"Onontio’s Reward: When Louis XIV’s Head Hung from Native American Necks" Please RSVP to receive lunch. French royal medals crossed into a radically...

Early Modern Visual and Material Culture with Robert Wellington (USC EMSI)
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Seminar leader: Daniela Bleichmar, University of Southern California "Onontio’s Reward: When Louis XIV’s Head Hung from Native American Necks" Please...

Manipulating Energy and Spin in Molecular Semiconductors
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Physical-Theoretical Professor Sean Roberts, Department of Chemistry, University of Texas

Neurobiology Seminar: Linda Buck
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Click here for more information on Dr. Linda Buck. Linda Buck’s laboratory studies the molecular mechanisms and neural circuits that underlie the sense...

“Build it, Share it, Hack! : Making Data Work for Policy Change” with Sarah Williams
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Department of Urban Planning & Spatial Analysis (DUPSA) Seminar Series Sarah Williams is currently an Associate Professor of Technology and Urban Planning....

Tuesday, February 27

USC Business Services Town Hall
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Introduction to Christopherson Business Travel (CBT), USC’s preferred travel management company (TMC) for all university-related business travel. CBT serves...

Structure-Property Relationships in Novel Piezoelectric and Ferroelectric Materials
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Inorganic Professor Michelle Dolgos; Department of Chemistry; Oregon State University

USC Business Services Town Hall
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Introduction to Christopherson Business Travel (CBT), USC’s preferred travel management company (TMC) for all university-related business travel. CBT serves...

USC Dornsife INET Seminar Series - Gordon Hanson
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Pacific Economic Cooperation Chair in International Economic Relations, Gordon Hanson (UC San Diego), will present at the USC Dornsife INET's Seminar Series....

Latinx Trojan Family Reunion: A Night of Student-Alumni Speed Networking
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This event creates an opportunity for alumni to come back and reach out to students (both undergraduate & graduate) to network and provide advice on programs...

An Evening with Olafur Eliasson
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ADMISSION: This event is overbooked and advance tickets are not available at this time. However, there is a chance that tickets may become available on the...

February 21 - 27, 2018