Alumni Events

September 1 - 7, 2018

Saturday, September 1

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...

USC Football vs. UNLV
This is a past event.

The first homegame of the 2018 season! Visit gameday.usc.edu for essential gameday information for fans.

Sunday, September 2

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, September 3

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...

Annual Labor Day BBQ
This is a past event.

The annual Labor Day BBQ is hosted by the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs and sponsored by the Black Student Assembly, Black Graduate Student...

Tuesday, September 4

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...

Rethinking Somali Pirates and Global Affairs
This is a past event.

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...

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...

Wednesday, September 5

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...

Sustainability Professionals Speaker Series
This is a past event.

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

BSEL + Jacobson Family Sustainable Impact Lecture: Can technology make us saner?
This is a past event.

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...

MDES Bi-Weekly Tea
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The Department of Middle East Studies will host a bi-weekly tea for students and faculty. Other refreshments will be included. The other dates are September...

USC CAIS Seminar: Ethics, Peace and Development: AI and Social Media Research within the United Nations
This is a past event.

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 - 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...

Thursday, September 6

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...

Caltrans District 7 Los Angeles Office Transportation Electrical Engineer and Transportation Surveyor hiring event
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Caltrans will host a “2018 Caltrans Transportation Electrical Engineer and Transportation Surveyor hiring event” in Caltrans Los Angeles office on Sept. 6th...

USC Pre-Law Open House
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Every semester the Pre-Law Advising Team hosts numerous events to help you make a more informed decision about attending law school. Our events are open to...

Understanding the Law School Application Cycle
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Come get tips on when to apply to law school and how to effectively plan your law school application timeline. Visit dornsife.usc.edu/pre-law for detailed...

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.

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...

"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...

SoCal Biotech Mixer, presented by BCLA and JLABS
This is a past event.

Don’t miss out on an opportunity to connect with JLABS! They are coming all the way from San Diego to connect with the LA bioscience community. The event...

Friday, September 7

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...

LABYRINTH - Movement Meditation Series
This is a past event.

Drop by for a silent, self-guided walking meditation. All USC students and staff are welcome to participate.

Migrant Voices Between Korea and China: Politics, 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...

Migrant Voices Between Korea and China: Politis, Literature, and Translation in Kim San's "Song of Arirang" and Cheon Unyeong's "Farewell, Circus"
This is a past event.

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...

Spoken Justice
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Spoken Justice is back for the new school year! This is a spoken word event with a focus on identity and social justice issues. These are FREE events open...

September 1 - 7, 2018