Events

January 23 - 29, 2020

Thursday, January 23

A Case of Hysteria? The Altogether Shocking History of Women's Mental Health
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For thousands of years, a wide range of women’s physical and mental health issues have been routinely dismissed and mischaracterized as “hysteria.” The word...

Yoga at Fisher
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Breathe, unwind, and enjoy free yoga at the USC Fisher Museum of Art taught by certified International Ashtanga Yoga Instructor Divya Choudhary. Stretch your...

Iyengar Yoga with Laura Baker
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Free Weekly Yoga Classes for the Trojan Family at the University Religious Center, Fishbowl. Thursdays @12pm

SACI Study Abroad Info Session (Florence, Italy)
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The Studio Art Centers International (SACI) in central Florence program is open to Animation & Digital Arts, Media Arts + Practice and Roski School of Art &...

The Role of PD in the New Era of Great Power Competition
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A special event with Michelle Giuda, Assistant Secretary for Public Diplomacy Join us for a conversation with Michelle Giuda, Assistant Secretary and Senior...

Lunar New Year Celebration
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Come join the Spatial Sciences Institute as we celebrate the Lunar New Year!

One Never Remembers Alone: Visual Transmissions of Kinship and Memory
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Participating Artists: Amal Amer, Beatriz Cortez, Maria Dumlao, Sebastián Hernández, Ann Le, Joiri Minaya, Boone Nguyen, and Adee Roberson USC Roski School...

Securing an Internship
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Come learn how the Career Center can assist you in finding an internship. We will cover different resources, events, and strategies that will help you get...

Vigil: Hong Kong On The Brink
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Jeff Wasserstrom's presentation will include a short reading from and discussion of his new Columbia Global Reports book -- Vigil: Hong Kong on the Brink. It...

Trojan Talk with Amgen (Summer 2020 - Corporate Finance Internship Opportunities)
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At Amgen, our mission is to serve patients. It drives all that we do. That’s why working at Amgen is so rewarding. Whether you’re crafting strategies across...

USC Social Impact Summit
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Be part of the movement and explore how you can lead social change in South Los Angeles. Come together with a group of diverse emerging leaders at USC and...

Art Making in Dark Times featuring Dana Johnson, Carlos Kareem Windham, and Rosten Woo
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Join Clockshop for a conversation betweeen Dana Johnson, Carlos Kareem Windham, and Rosten Woo about utopia, dystopia, lost and found histories, California...

The Illustrious Blacks
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ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP beginning Tuesday, December 10, at 9 a.m. JOIN WAITLIST DESCRIPTION: “Black women, femmes,...

Friday, January 24

A Case of Hysteria? The Altogether Shocking History of Women's Mental Health
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For thousands of years, a wide range of women’s physical and mental health issues have been routinely dismissed and mischaracterized as “hysteria.” The word...

2020 Vision: Inside the Presidential Campaign
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Joined by top political strategists, journalists, and academics, this conference offers an insider’s look into the 2020 presidential campaign leading up to...

Learn How to Plant the Seeds of Success: A Goal-Setting Workshop
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Need help in reaching your goals? Learn how you can set SMART goals that can help you grow to your fullest potential. You won’t be the only thing growing, as...

USC Paris Info Session
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Learn more about spending a semester or year abroad in France at USC Paris. We offer internships to qualified students during the fall semester. Pastries &...

Hatha Yoga with Connie Chang
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Free Weekly Yoga Classes for the Trojan Family at the University Religious Center, Fishbowl. Fridays @12pm

Study Abroad in Spain Info Session
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Learn more about spending a semester or a year in Spain. We offer programs in Bilbao and Madrid. Programs offered: Universidad de Deusto in Bilbao,...

Empowerment Self Defense Class
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Learn self-defense from Violence Prevention Educator, Guadalupe Meija, and feel empowered. Open to all members of USC; first come first served.

Trauma-Informed Self Defense Class
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Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention and Services' Violence Prevention Educator, Guadalupe Mejia, will teach an empowerment self-defense class. This...

Fight On Friday Information Session
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“Fight On! Fridays” applicant information sessions are a great opportunity to discover what the Ostrow School of Dentistry has to offer. Sessions are...

From Burlesque to Beatles: Hamburg and the Early History of Rock 'N' Roll in Germany (USC Max Kade, USC Thornton)
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From Burlesque to Beatles: Hamburg and the Early History of Rock 'N' Roll in Germany Lecture by Julia Sneeringer Date: Friday 24 January 2020 at 1:00...

One Never Remembers Alone: Visual Transmissions of Kinship and Memory
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Participating Artists: Amal Amer, Beatriz Cortez, Maria Dumlao, Sebastián Hernández, Ann Le, Joiri Minaya, Boone Nguyen, and Adee Roberson USC Roski School...

Departmental Colloquium: Collis Tahzib
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Talk open to the public with reception to follow in the Mudd Hall courtyard.

Probability and Statistics Seminar: Resilience of the rank of random matrices
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Asaf Ferber, UC Irvine Abstract: Let M be an n × m matrix of independent Rademacher (±1) random variables. It is well known that if n m, then M is of...

USC Architecture Lecture: Keller Easterling
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Keller Easterling is an architect, writer and professor at Yale. Her most recent book, Extrastatecraft: The Power of Infrastructure Space (Verso, 2014),...

Saturday, January 25

A Case of Hysteria? The Altogether Shocking History of Women's Mental Health
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For thousands of years, a wide range of women’s physical and mental health issues have been routinely dismissed and mischaracterized as “hysteria.” The word...

7th Annual USC Multi-Disciplinary Breast Cancer Symposium
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The program reviews current state-of-the-art breast cancer management, highlighting the key components of multi-disciplinary treatment to include surgery,...

Southern California Discrete Math Symposium
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Welcome to the 5th annual SoCal Discrete Mathematics Symposium. This one day conference brings together junior and senior researchers in the SoCal area from...

Lunar New Year Festival
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Join us for our annual Lunar New Year festival celebrating the Year of the Rat! Enjoy free admission to the galleries, live performances, artmaking...

One Never Remembers Alone: Visual Transmissions of Kinship and Memory
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Participating Artists: Amal Amer, Beatriz Cortez, Maria Dumlao, Sebastián Hernández, Ann Le, Joiri Minaya, Boone Nguyen, and Adee Roberson USC Roski School...

Classical Guitar Alumni Concert with Cameron O’Connor
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USC Thornton alum Cameron O’Connor presents a classical guitar recital with flutist Michael Matsuno and cellist Stella Cho, featuring Bach, Schubert, Beaser,...

Sunday, January 26

A Case of Hysteria? The Altogether Shocking History of Women's Mental Health
This is a past event.

For thousands of years, a wide range of women’s physical and mental health issues have been routinely dismissed and mischaracterized as “hysteria.” The word...

One Never Remembers Alone: Visual Transmissions of Kinship and Memory
This is a past event.

Participating Artists: Amal Amer, Beatriz Cortez, Maria Dumlao, Sebastián Hernández, Ann Le, Joiri Minaya, Boone Nguyen, and Adee Roberson USC Roski School...

Spotlight Tours
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Join specially trained USC students in an in-depth discussion about one object of their choosing to deepen visitors’ understanding and appreciation of the...

CERPP Conference 2020: Reclaiming Public Trust in Admissions & Higher Education
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From Operation Varsity Blues to opacity in admissions to claims that higher education is not worth it, we all know things need to change. Come together with...

Monday, January 27

A Case of Hysteria? The Altogether Shocking History of Women's Mental Health
This is a past event.

For thousands of years, a wide range of women’s physical and mental health issues have been routinely dismissed and mischaracterized as “hysteria.” The word...

Career Fest
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Career Fest is a week of events for USC students hosted by departments across campus centered on career success and professional development. Check out the...

USC Town Hall Culture Sessions - University Park Campus
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The USC Values Poll saw nearly 20,000 USC students, faculty and staff share their voice on current and desired values at USC. The results of the Values Poll...

Career Fest: Employer Resume Review
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Have you ever wanted to see your resume through the eyes of a recruiter? Come to the Career Fest Employer Resume Review to have your resume critiqued by...

ALI Conversation Groups
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Conversation Groups (provided by USC's American Language Institute) aims at promoting English conversation between USC’s international and native...

Career Fest: Study Abroad Drop-In Advising
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In honor of Study Abroad Week, come get answers to your quick questions during study abroad drop-in advising, January 27 - February 7 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00...

Public Speaking: A Workshop for Graduate Students
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Monday, January 27, 2020 | 12:00PM - 1:00PM | SOS B40 FLYER | RSVP Saori Katada, Professor of International Relations Steven Lamy, Professor of...

Pump probe microscopy: quantitative chemical analysis in living cells and animals
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Physical-Theoretical Professor Dan Hu; Department of Chemistry; University of Washington

Career Fest: Networking 101
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Networking is an important part of securing an internship or job. Come learn about the resources available to help you succeed in your professional journey....

GRE Math Peer Tutoring (free!)
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FREE GRE Math Peer Tutoring Undergaduate senior Elliot Danielsson will be offering FREE GRE math tutoring! Tackle the practice problems provided, OR bring...

One Never Remembers Alone: Visual Transmissions of Kinship and Memory
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Participating Artists: Amal Amer, Beatriz Cortez, Maria Dumlao, Sebastián Hernández, Ann Le, Joiri Minaya, Boone Nguyen, and Adee Roberson USC Roski School...

Affording Study Abroad - Part of Study Abroad Week
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Join study abroad advisors and alums talk about the cost of study abroad, using your financial aid and available scholarship opportunities. We will highlight...

Career Fest: Affording Study Abroad
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Thinking about studying abroad but are concerned that it is too expensive? From grants and scholarships to financial aid and alternative funding, come learn...

Geometry/Topology/Categorification Seminar: The quantitative nature of completed Floer theory
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Sara Venkatesh, Stanford University Abstract: Closed-string mirror symmetry predicts a matching of dynamical information (on a symplectic manifold) with a...

Mathematical Finance Colloquium: Mean-field Stochastic Optimal Control with Recursive Cost Functional
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Wei Yan, University of Central Florida Abstract: In this talk we introduce a characterization of the value functions and optimal strategies for a class of...

Let's Talk - Drop In
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Let's Talk is a drop-in opportunity to talk to a counselor to get professional guidance on any number of social and mental health topics. If you've ever...

Career Fest: CET Information Session (Sao Paolo, Brazil)
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CET Academic Programs is a study abroad organization that has been developing and delivering innovative educational programs abroad since 1982. CET offers a...

Study Abroad in Brazil - Part of Study Abroad Week
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Join Overseas Studies & CET and learn more about studying abroad in São Paulo, Brazil. This is our newest program in Latin America. Students interested in...

 CAMS Colloquium: Singular solutions to evolution nonlinear PDEs: key notions and recent results for certain semilinear/quasilinear equations
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Charles Collot, Courant Institute Abstract: Some partial differential equations of evolution possess singular solutions. At some time T > 0 something...

PAM@the Library
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Join educators from the USC Pacific Asia Museum as we explore Asian cultures, arts, and practices through storytelling and hands-on art-making! Discover...

Career Fest: Syracuse University Florence Information Session
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This program is for students who wish to take all of their courses at Syracuse University’s Center in Florence. It offers Italian language courses at the...

Sleep Skills
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The goal of this workshop is to learn strategies to improve your sleep. This workshop will provide general information about sleep, review sleep hygiene...

Study Abroad in Florence, Italy - Part of Study Abroad Week
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Join Overseas Studies & Syracuse Univ. to learn more about studying abroad in Florence, Italy. Interested students must meet have completed Italian 2 or the...

Dagmawi Woubshet, January 27th Public Lecture
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The English Department is pleased to invite you to a public talk with Dagmawi Woubshet, entitled "The Fierce Legacy of James Baldwin: On Love, Race,...

Temporalities of Israel/Palestine: History, Culture, and the Politics of Time
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Temporalities of Israel/Palestine: History, Culture, and the Politics of Time Lecture by Lital Levy, Princeton University Is there currently a “temporal...

Career Fest: "The Great Hack" Screening and Panel
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Attend this screening of a shortened version of the Netflix film, The Great Hack, followed by a panel discussion. Panelists include whistleblower, Brittany...

Tuesday, January 28

A Case of Hysteria? The Altogether Shocking History of Women's Mental Health
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For thousands of years, a wide range of women’s physical and mental health issues have been routinely dismissed and mischaracterized as “hysteria.” The word...

Career Fest
This is a past event.

Career Fest is a week of events for USC students hosted by departments across campus centered on career success and professional development. Check out the...

Career Fest: Employer Resume Review
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Have you ever wanted to see your resume through the eyes of a recruiter? Come to the Career Fest Employer Resume Review to have your resume critiqued by...

Election Administration and Technology Symposium
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As the administration of elections has become a bigger and more complex political issue in the United States, the social sciences have been called on to...

ALI Conversation Groups
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Conversation Groups (provided by USC's American Language Institute) aims at promoting English conversation between USC’s international and native...

Career Fest: Study Abroad Fair
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USC Overseas Studies will host the campus-wide STUDY ABROAD FAIR Tuesday January 28, 2020 from 10:00-2:00 on Trousdale Parkway. This event highlights USC's...

Mining the Archives: A Workshop with Kimberly Drew
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ADMISSION: Admission is free. Open to USC students and faculty only. To apply, please visit bit.ly/VVkdworkshop DESCRIPTION: In conjunction with her talk...

Study Abroad Fair
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USC Overseas Studies will host the campus-wide STUDY ABROAD FAIR Tuesday, January 28, 2020 from 10:00-2:00 on Trousdale Parkway. This event highlights USC's...

Career Fest: Study Abroad Drop-In Advising
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In honor of Study Abroad Week, come get answers to your quick questions during study abroad drop-in advising, January 27 - February 7 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00...

USC Stem Cell Seminar: James Amatruda, Children's Hospital Los Angeles
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Live webcast at keckmedia.usc.edu/stem-cell-seminar Host: Giorgia Quadrato

2020 Census Info Session
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Presenter: Eimmy Solis, Social Sciences Data Librarian This event will be a presentation on all you need to know about the 2020 Census. Participants will...

Career Fest: A Conversation with Lawrence O’Donnell
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Come join Journalism Director Gordon Stables and Media Center Director Christina Bellantoni for a conversation with American television pundit, actor and...

Career Fest: Black Alumni Association Career Chat
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Whether it’s reviewing your resume, having trouble with connectSC, or just general curiosity about available opportunities – come get career-ready! Stop by...

Career Fest: EY Presents - How to Ace Your Video Interview
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Before your next video interview, check out these tips from an industry professional as they shed light on the do's and do not's of the virtual interview....

Career Fest: Neurodiversity in the Workplace: A Dialogue with Recruiters
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USC Disability Services and Programs asks for you join a conversation with corporate recruiters from SoCal Edison, Qualcomm, Bank of the West, SoCalGas,...

Flu Shot Outreach
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Get your flu shot! It's still flu season. USC Student Health will be at the Village near Hecuba on 1/28 and 2/4 to give students their flu shot. The flu shot...

Career Fest: Civic Media Speaker series - D’Lo
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Join the Annenberg Innovation lab for a public chat featuring D’Lo. D’Lo is a queer/transgender Tamil-Sri Lankan-American actor/writer/comedian whose work...

Career Fest: Office of Pre-Health Advisement Drop-In Hours
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The Office of Pre-Health Advisement serves all current students, alumni, and post-baccalaureates of the USC who are interested in pursuing a career within...

One Never Remembers Alone: Visual Transmissions of Kinship and Memory
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Participating Artists: Amal Amer, Beatriz Cortez, Maria Dumlao, Sebastián Hernández, Ann Le, Joiri Minaya, Boone Nguyen, and Adee Roberson USC Roski School...

Let's Talk - Drop In - International Students Edition
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Special section for International Students will be offered in the Office of International Students (OIS). Facilitated by Alice Phang. OIS is located on the...

Let’s Talk: Expanded for International Students
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Counseling and Mental Health Services has expanded availability for international students to talk to a counselor, through the “Let’s Talk” series. Hosted in...

January Travel Booking (UPC) Open Lab Session #1
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Travel Booking Open Labs provide an opportunity for hands-on training with making travel arrangements in the Travel & Expense Portal (SAP Concur) related to...

Let's Talk - Drop In
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Let's Talk is a drop-in opportunity to talk to a counselor to get professional guidance on any number of social and mental health topics. If you've ever...

Career Fest: Asian Pacific American Student Services Career Chat
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Whether it’s reviewing your resume, having trouble with connectSC, or just general curiosity about available opportunities – come get career-ready! Stop by...

Career Fest: Introduction to Graduate School
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Thinking about graduate school? The Pre-Graduate School Advisors will be covering the following topics and more: Should I go to graduate school?Master’s vs....

Intro to Grad School
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Thinking about graduate school? This session is for you! The Pre-Graduate School Advisors will be covering the following topics and more: Should I go to...

Persian Film Series - Screening of Bashu, The Little Stranger
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The Department of Middle East Studies will screen a Persian film series during Spring 2020. First up is Bahram Beizai's Bashu, The Little Stranger on January...

Talk by Thomas Philippon (NYU Stern)
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Prof. Thomas Phillipon from NYU Stern School of Business ON "The Great Reversal -How America Gave Up on Free Markets" [The talk will be moderated by Prof....

Departmental Tea 2019, photo credit John Nikolai
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Philosophy faculty and graduate students, please join us for a weekly break for tea and cookies in the courtyard of Mudd Hall of Philosophy!

Career Fest: Thesis and Dissertation Support Group
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Writing a dissertation or thesis can feel isolating and overwhelming. This group will create an opportunity for participants to gain emotional support, to...

Spring 2020 Open House
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Come kick off 2020 with the USC Center for the Political Future, the Unruh Associates and Vote SC at our Spring Open House! Learn about the student...

Career Fest: Grand Challenges Scholars Program Spring 2020 Info Session
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USC Viterbi School of Engineering students have the unique opportunity to compete in the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Grand Challenge Scholars...

Career Fest: First-Gen Faces in Workplace Spaces
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Want to learn more about how your first-gen identity transcends outside of the classroom and into professional work spaces? Come to our Career Fest...

Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT online) & Master of Arts in Teaching—Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MAT–TESOL online) Information Session
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During this live, online information session hosted the USC Rossier Online admissions team, you will: Learn how the MAT online and MAT-TESOL online programs...

Kimberly Drew: On Contemporary Art, Activism, and Navigating Creative Careers
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ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP beginning Wednesday, December 11, at 9 a.m. JOIN WAITLIST DESCRIPTION: There are few more...

Wednesday, January 29

A Case of Hysteria? The Altogether Shocking History of Women's Mental Health
This is a past event.

For thousands of years, a wide range of women’s physical and mental health issues have been routinely dismissed and mischaracterized as “hysteria.” The word...

Career Fest
This is a past event.

Career Fest is a week of events for USC students hosted by departments across campus centered on career success and professional development. Check out the...

Rossier Scholars of Color Lecture Series: Denisa Gandara
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Dr. Denisa Gandara is an Assistant Professor of Higher Education. She earned her Ph.D. in Higher Education at the University of Georgia. Her research agenda...

ALI Conversation Groups
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Conversation Groups (provided by USC's American Language Institute) aims at promoting English conversation between USC’s international and native...

Career Fest: i3 - Investigate Industries and Internships: Healthcare, Biotechnology, and Sciences
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Wondering what you can do with your major? Looking for an internship? Interested in learning more about what working in certain industries is like? This...

IPC APEX EXPO 2020
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IPC APEX EXPO is the largest event for electronics manufacturing in North America attracting more than 9,000 professionals from 45 countries. From the...

 Ten thousand photo flashbulbs lit up a new television station tower in downtown Tokyo on March 26, 1955
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“Working on Tokyo Time”: The Pace of the Picture in Wire Service Photography, 1945-1955 Ten thousand photo flashbulbs lit up a new television station tower...

Career Fest: Discover Occupational Therapy - The Future of Healthcare
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By focusing on wellness, managing chronic disease, improving function, and supporting independence, occupational therapy practitioners can help the...

CFCP Workshop: Jonathan Quong, “Legitimate Injustice”
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Inaugural CFCP workshop Please RSVP to maschroe@usc.edu Website: https://www.philosophy.academy/events/jonathan-quong

Career Fest: Study Abroad Drop-In Advising
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In honor of Study Abroad Week, come get answers to your quick questions during study abroad drop-in advising, January 27 - February 7 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00...

Career Fest: Do Clubs Count as Work Experience? Linking Involvement to Careers
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Joining a student organization helps to improve your leadership and interpersonal skills while increasing your self-confidence. This extracurricular...

Career Fest: Study Abroad for Pre-Health Students
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Join Overseas Studies and the pre-health advisors to learn more about stuyding abroad as a pre-health student. Some programs offer a range of valuable...

Colloquium: Adia Harvey Wingfield
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Flatlining: Race, Work, and Health Care in the New Economy Adia Harvey Wingfield Professor of Sociology, Mary Tileston Hemenway Professor of Arts &...

Free Lunch Talk Series: Anthropology in the Anthropocene: A Posthuman’s Progress
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Join Professor Tok Thompson for a discussion of posthumanism, and its increasing relevance for anthropologists working in the Anthropocene. Although...

Study Abroad Pre-Health Student Panel
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Learn more about studying abroad as a pre-health student. Join Overseas Studies, the pre-health academic avisors and program alumni to get more information...

USC Rossier Master's Programs Application Tips Webinar
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Join the admissions team at USC Rossier for a webinar session to learn how to prepare your application for USC Rossier Master's programs including: Master...

David  Ohannessian and the Armenian Ceramics of Jerusalem
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Moughalian’s illustrated talk will trace the historic participation of Armenians in the Kütahya art, David Ohannessian’s re-creation of his ceramic tradition...

Career Fest: Study in Latin America
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USC offers exciting and diverse opportunities to study abroad. Students are encouraged to integrate study abroad into their overall USC experience. Studying...

One Never Remembers Alone: Visual Transmissions of Kinship and Memory
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Participating Artists: Amal Amer, Beatriz Cortez, Maria Dumlao, Sebastián Hernández, Ann Le, Joiri Minaya, Boone Nguyen, and Adee Roberson USC Roski School...

Study Abroad in Latin America Info Session
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Join the Latin America study abroad advisor and student alumni to learn more about studying abroad in Argentina, Brazil, Chile or Mexico. You will hear from...

Career Fest: Develop Your Brand to Advance Your Career
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Personal branding is all about creating a reputation — aka, a brand — that sets the stage for growth and will advance you towards your future career...

Combinatorics Seminar: Combinatorics of reflection groups and the K(π,1) conjecture
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Giovanni Paolini, Caltech, AWS Abstract: In this talk I will introduce reflection groups (discrete groups of Euclidean isometries generated by reflections),...

VISS 599 Seminar Visit: Work!
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Selling the Story: Commercial Pictures and Visual Persuasion VISS 599 Seminar Visit: Work! Wednesday, January 29 2:00-3:30pm SOS 250 Elspeth H. Brown,...

VISS 599 Seminar Visit: Work!
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Selling the Story: Commercial Pictures and Visual Persuasion VISS 599 Seminar Visit: Work! Wednesday, January 29 2:00-3:30pm SOS 250 Elspeth H. Brown,...

 Career Fest: i3 - Investigate Industries and Internships: Entertainment, TV, and Sports
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Wondering what you can do with your major? Looking for an internship? Interested in learning more about what working in certain industries is like? This...

Let's Talk - Drop In
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Let's Talk is a drop-in opportunity to talk to a counselor to get professional guidance on any number of social and mental health topics. If you've ever...

Employer Oppor2nity:  Office Hours with the CIA
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Sit one-on-one with a CIA Representative to explore career opportunities and life at the CIA. These are informal sessions—not job interviews—but come...

Yoga/Five Trojan Traits
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Each 60-minute class will include intro-level yoga poses and simple stretching, stress-reducing breathing techniques, and rejuvenating guided relaxation. All...

Career Fest: Annenberg Career Development Digital Social Media Panel
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Come learn about careers in digital social media! More information at https://annenberg.usc.edu/events/career-development-digital-social-media-panel Career...

Career Fest: Humanities Career Expo
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Students majoring in the Humanities have the opportunity to engage in career exploration and networking with Dornsife alumni, industry professionals, faculty...

Career Fest: Trojan Talk with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
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Trojan Talk with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) CIA Representatives will provide information regarding the CIA and the variety of career and paid...

USC Architecture Technology Conversation:“Designing Down the Barrier”
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The field of architecture has alienated itself from the general public. It has become increasingly difficult to bridge the disciplinary conversations...

USC Dornsife Pre Law Speaker Series
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Attorney Jonathan A. Rapping, Founder of Gideon's Promise and focus of the HBO documentary Gideon's Army will explain a Lawyer's Role in a Just Society.

Well-being Wednesdays
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Well-being Wednesdays offers students the opportunity to wind down with stress-relief activities. Take a mid-week break to enhance your well-being! TCC 222,...

Career Fest: Meet the Risk Management Professionals
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To be successful, businesses must be able to manage their risks, that is, identify, analyze, control, and communicate their risks. Risk management enables...

Violin Masterclass with Midori Goto
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Midori Goto, renowned violinist and Judge Widney Professor of Music at USC, returns to campus to lead a violin masterclass with USC Thornton Strings students.

January 23 - 29, 2020