Lecture / Talk / Workshop Events

February 22 - 28, 2018

Thursday, February 22

Better Job Presentations: How To Ace Your Interview
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In this 30-minute masterclass BrightCarbon’s sales presentation experts show you that what you say is far more important than how you say it. Using the magic...

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...

Research in Equity Lecture Series: Terrance L. Green
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Terrance L. Green is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy. His research focuses on the nexus of urban school reform...

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...

Mastering the Interview Workshop
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How comfortable are you in an interview? Are you ready for your upcoming internship or full-time job interview? Learn key techniques for answering...

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...

Feel Better Workshop
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This workshop is a great fit for anyone who would like to learn basic skills or consider new approaches to improve your ability to manage stress or cope with...

GRE Math Peer Tutoring
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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!...

Intercultural Writing: Avoiding Plagiarism as an International Student
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Do you have trouble putting the words of others into your own? Have you ever been told that your work does not appear to be your own? Learn how to...

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...

Female Founders
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The Women’s Leadership Society presents “Female Founders,” a panel discussion about the successful entrepreneurial journeys undertaken by women from...

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...

Walmart eCommerce/Jet.com Bowling Night!
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Walmart eCommerce/Jet.com Bowling Night! –Thursday Feb 22nd, 2018 6:30 – 8:00pm @ Lucky Strike LA LIVE Location: Lucky Strike LA LIVE 800 W Olympic Blvd...

Friday, February 23

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...

USC Stem Cell Student/Postdoc Seminar
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Brent Wilkinson from Marcelo Coba's Lab Creighton Tuzon from Amy Merrill-Brugger's Lab

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...

GMAT Practice Exam
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A FREE practice GMAT Exam will be proctored in a computer lab on campus as if it's the real thing! Find out what scores you are likely to get on the real...

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,...

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...

Saturday, February 24

CE: Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (AMPS) Certification
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The USC Chan Division is hosting a certification course in the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (AMPS), an occupation-centered evaluation of a person's...

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...

"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

GRE Math Peer Tutoring
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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!...

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...

Graduate Student Professionalization Workshop: Resources- Funding, Archives, Networks
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Topic: Resources- Funding, Archives, Networks Speakers: Patrick James and Sonya Lee A key element of supporting scholarship is directly preparing graduate...

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...

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

“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....

Genocide and Crimes against Humanity under International Law: A Personal Story
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A public lecture by Philippe Sands (University College London) Introduction by Prof. Hannah Garry, Director of USC Gould International Human Rights...

Global Executive Doctor of Education (Global EdD) Application and Program Information Session
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Prospective students and applicants for the Global Executive Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Program will have the chance to learn more about about this...

Trojan Talk with Bank of America
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Trojan Talk with Bank of America Join representatives from Bank of America to learn about the positions they will be recruiting for on campus. RSVP by...

Trojan Talk with The American Enterprise Institute
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The American Enterprise Institute is a public policy think tank dedicated to defending human dignity, expanding human potential, and building a freer and...

Tuesday, February 27

Research in Equity Lecture Series: Fantasy Lozada
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Fantasy Lozada is an assistant professor of developmental psychology whose research takes into consideration how cultural-related beliefs (i.e., beliefs...

Negotiating for Women: How to State Your Interest and Strategically Network
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The American Association of University Women website reports that: The gender pay gap hurts women of all backgrounds, and it has far-reaching consequences...

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....

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...

The Necessity of Women in Storytelling: Female Voices in Hollywood and Around the World
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UNA-USC, USC WCA, SAGE, and the Levan Institute are proud to present The Necessity of Women in Storytelling: Female Voices in Hollywood and Around the World....

Wednesday, February 28

Increase Your Research Impact: Publishing Your Work Via Open Access
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Email RSVP Required: usccer@usc.edu Zoe Pettway Unno, Head of Science and Engineering Library, and Melanee Vicedo, Head of Education and Social Work Library...

Sports Diplomacy Through the PyeongChang Olympics
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The PyeongChang Winter Olympics offers an opportunity for South Korea to present itself to the world and will also serve as an important platform for public...

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 CAIS seminar: Mining Social Media to Improve Public Health
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Abstract: People posting to social media on smartphones can be viewed as an organic sensor network for public health data, picking up information about the...

Trojan Talk with Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority/University Initiative to Eliminate Homelessness (USC)
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Trojan Talk with Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority/University Initiative to Eliminate Homelessness (USC) Countywide employment opportunities...

Driving Change at L.A. City Hall with Data & Tech!
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Please join Price Social Innovation TONIGHT! Come meet Juan Vasquez, Data Programs Manager, City of Los Angeles, to discuss how the city is using data and...

USC Gould Master of Studies in Law (MSL) Webinar
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USC Gould's 100% online MSL prepares students for leadership roles in a wide variety of settings including business, compliance, education, entertainment,...

USC Gould Master of Studies in Law Webinar
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USC Gould's 100% online MSL prepares students for leadership roles in a wide variety of settings including business, compliance, education, entertainment,...

February 22 - 28, 2018