Lecture / Talk / Workshop Events

September 1 - 7, 2018

Tuesday, September 4

Rethinking Somali Pirates and Global Affairs
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Book talk with journalist Michael Scott Moore The emergence of Somali piracy in the early 2000s was the first major, visible outbreak of an ancient crime on...

Boron-Doped Acenes for the Redox Activation of Small Molecules
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Inorganic Professor Hill Harman; Department of Chemistry; University of California Riverside, Riverside, California

USC Dornsife INET Seminar Series - Domenico Giannone
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Assistant Vice President, Macroeconomic and Monetary Studies Function, Domenico Giannone (Federal Reserve Bank of New York), will present at the USC Dornsife...

Trojan Talk with Farient Advisors
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Trojan Talk with Farient Advisors Join us to learn more about consulting at Farient Advisors as we gear up to fill full-time consulting positions across...

Trojan Talk with Belvedere Trading
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Join Belvedere Tradin's lead FPGA Developer, Declan Caulfield. He will be discussing how new technologies are influencing the trading industry. Dinner will...

Trojan Talk with Crown Castle
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Trojan Talk with Crown Castle When you work for Crown Castle, you’re helping to bring the world’s most transformative technologies to the businesses and...

Wednesday, September 5

Sustainability Professionals Speaker Series
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Join us for the next talk in our Sustainability Professionals Speaker Series: Evelyn Cortez-Davis, Assistant Director of Water Resources, LA Department of...

Developing NIH Grant Applications
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Email usccer@usc.edu to RSVP! Course is designed to educate new and established USC researchers in the complete process of conceptualizing a National...

Trojan Talk with Citi
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Join representatives from Citi to learn about the opportunities within their Private Bank division. RSVP via the Events tab in connectSC to attend.* Arrive...

What Matters to Me & Why with Patrick Prince
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What Matters to Me & Why is a monthly talk and discussion series featuring USC faculty and administrators. The speaker for our kick-off event for this year...

BSEL + Jacobson Family Sustainable Impact Lecture: Can technology make us saner?
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If society is making us sick, can technology make us better? Join the USC Marshall Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab as we kick off the Jacobson Family...

Feel Better Workshops Drop-In - USC Student Health
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Feel Better Workshops are open to all undergraduate and graduate students. They are a great fit for anyone who would like to learn basic skills or consider...

Eric Cohen Open House - USC Student Health
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Join the USC Student Health staff at Eric Cohen for their annual open house. Learn more about the Aetna and Dental Insurance and get your questions answered...

USC CAIS Seminar: Ethics, Peace and Development: AI and Social Media Research within the United Nations
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Abstract: AI is an increasingly prominent issue across the UN system, particularly driven by the personal interests of Secretary General António Guterres....

BRASH: LOS ANGELES IN 1888 THE 2018 USC/RUSKIN ART CLUB LECTURE WITH WILLIAM DEVERELL
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Join us for a lecture exploring Los Angeles of one hundred and thirty years ago. The year of the founding of the Ruskin Art Club, 1888 is an especially apt...

Brash: Los Angeles in 1888
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Join us for a lecture by USC Professor of History William Deverell, as we explore Los Angeles in 1888, the year of the Ruskin Art Club’s founding. It is an...

Brash: Los Angeles in 1888 - The 2018 USC/Ruskin Art Club Lecture with William Deverell (USC Libraries)
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Join us for a lecture exploring the Los Angeles of 1888, the year of the founding of the Ruskin Art Club. It is an especially apt year for examining the city...

Hitchcock: Images of Faith in Rebecca
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Join the Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies at USC for a special showing of Alfred Hitchcock’s acclaimed film Rebecca, preceded by a presentation from...

Lecture: Mack Scogin
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Mack Scogin is a principal in the Atlanta-based firm of Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects. He is also the Kajima Professor in Practice of Architecture at...

Trojan Talk with Simon-Kucher & Partners
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Hi Class of 2019! Simon - Kucher & Partners will be on campus to hold an information session on September 5, 2018. We’d love to chat with students...

Trojan Talk with SunTrust Robinson Humphrey
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SunTrust Robinson Humphrey will be hosting an interactive panel to discuss their Corporate Banking Summer Analyst Positions. During this event you will gain...

Trojan Talk with Accenture
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Trojan Talk with Accenture Accenture Information Session - join us to learn more about consulting at Accenture and network with Accenture...

Thursday, September 6

USC Gould Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Lunch and Learn Webinar
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Are you having to manage disputes as part of your responsibilities at work? Are you looking to enhance your skill set by learning to be an effective...

Electrophysiology, Unplugged: New Chemical Tools to Watch Cells in Action
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Chemical Biology Professor Evan Miller; Department of Chemistry and Molecular and Cell Biology; University of Berkeley, Berkeley, California

China’s Efforts to Build Its Soft Power
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China has invested heavily in strengthening its cultural industries, its media industries, and in promoting study of the Chinese language and Chinese...

Feel Better Workshops Drop-In - USC Student Health
This is a past event.

Feel Better Workshops are open to all undergraduate and graduate students. They are a great fit for anyone who would like to learn basic skills or consider...

PRISION EDUCATION PROJECT INFO SESSION
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USC’s Prison Education and Exchange Program creates the opportunity for USC and incarcerated students to learn from each other in a rigorous and...

Political Conversation: David Axelrod
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Join the Center for the Political Future for the first installment of our Political Conversations series where notable politicians, political operatives and...

Trojan Talk with AB Bernstein
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Representatives from Bernstein Private Wealth Management will discuss opportunities in their internship and full-time roles. Bernstein is a Financial...

Trojan Talk with Capgemini
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Join representatives from Capgemini to learn about the Consulting role they will be recruiting for on campus. Capgemini Consulting is center of digital and...

"The Wall" Screening & Discussion
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Part of the USA TODAY NETWORK and Arizona Republic's 2018 Pulitzer Prize-winning reporting package, The Wall explores the impact of President Trump's promise...

Trojan Talk with Deloitte Consulting
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Join representatives from Deloitte COnsulting to learn about the positions they will be recruiting for on campus. Arrive early as check in is on a...

Trojan Talk with Raymond James Investment
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Trojan Talk with Raymond James Investment Join us for this great opportunity to learn about Raymond James Investment Banking and network with some of our...

Friday, September 7

RealTalk: Level Up w/ Joy Ofodu
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Join recent Annenberg graduate, Joy Ofodu who now works at Instagram, for a session on how to survive and thrive at USC!

Migrant Voices Between Korea and China: Politis, Literature, and Translation in Kim San's "Song of Arirang" and Cheon Unyeong's "Farewell, Circus"
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The ethnic Korean minority in China have emerged in recent years as important political and cultural mediators between China and the two Koreas, while also...

September 1 - 7, 2018