Events

Monday, November 27

Undeliverable: Postcards and Photos of Lives Interrupted
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The exhibit consists of a collection of Armenian-themed postcards from Ottoman Empire. All of the postcards are pre-1915 and were meticulously collected over...

CLASS Workshop: James Spindler (University of Texas School of Law) "Optimal Sanctions for Misreporting When Shareholders Desire Fraud"
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James Spindler (University of Texas School of Law) will present his paper at the fifteenth installment of the Center for Law and Social Science (CLASS)...

Graduate Student Professionalization Workshop: Public Speaking - Presentations
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Topic: Public Speaking - Presentations Speaker: David Kang A key element of supporting scholarship is directly preparing graduate students for their careers...

In Conversation with Deanne Stillman
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Blood Brothers: The Story of the Strange Friendship between Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill Deanne Stillman is a widely published, critically acclaimed...

In Conversation with Deanne Stillman (USC ICW)
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In Conversation with Deanne Stillman Monday, November 27, 2017 12:00 - 1:00pm The Huntington Munger Research Center Seaver 1-2

Obtaining Funding from Foundations & the USC Process
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This workshop focuses on the steps needed to develop a relationship with a foundation that can lead to funding your proposal. Learn about the USC process and...

Public Speaking: Presentation
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David Kang, Professor of International Relations and Business Satoko Shimazaki, Associate Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures RSVP | FLYER The...

Public Speaking: Presentation
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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...

Social PSYC Brown Bag- Maddy Jalbert & So Young Choe
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Maddy Jalbert & So Young Choe Ph.D. students of Social Psychology, USC

Monday, November 27