Events

Tuesday, March 7

Sound Maze

Sound Maze A Visions and Voices Signature Event Opening Reception: Saturday, March 4, 5 to 7 p.m. Museum Hours: Friday, March 3: 12 to 5 p.m. Saturday,...

Capital Track Education Series: Pitching to Investors and Valuation of Early Stage Companies (Seminar 2 of 4)

A new CONNECT Frameworks seminar series educates and prepares USC innovators, entrepreneurs and angel investors for early-stage investing opportunities....

USC School of Architecture Career Week: Resume/Portfolio & Interview Workshops

Career Week is a 5 day focus on career development for all students at the USC School of Architecture. Activities held during the week emphasize the bridge...

USC Stevens Center for Innovation at the 5th Annual UCLA Medical Device Partnering Conference

The USC Stevens Center for Innovation will be supporting the 5th Annual UCLA Medical Device Partnering Conference as an event partner on March 7, 2017....

Hidden Spaces of Hate: Studying U.S. Far-Right Extremism

Abstract Drawing from two decades of long-term ethnographic fieldwork and intensive interviewing with current and former far-right extremists, the...

USC School of Architecture Career Week: Linked In Headshots

Career Week is a 5 day focus on career development for all students at the USC School of Architecture. Activities held during the week emphasize the bridge...

USC Stem Cell Junior Faculty Candidate Mini-Symposium

Alex J. Hughes, PhD University of California, San Francisco "Forward-engineering of development using multi-scale synthetic tissues" Naomi Habib, PhD Broad...

Bedrosian Center Lunch with a Leader:  Brissa Sotelo-Vargas, Tesoro Refining & Marketing

Lunch with a Leader provides students, faculty, and members of the public the opportunity to hear ideas from local, state, and national leaders, share their...

Crowdsourcing Government Accountability:  Experimental Evidence from Pakistan

Description: We develop and implement a novel, mobile phone-based information clearinghouse, and experimentally evaluate its ability to overcome information...

Crowdsourcing Government Accountability: Experimental Evidence from Pakistan

Price CSI Social Innovation Seminar Speaker: Arman Rezaee RSVP to fewox@usc.edu for lunch and location. Description: We develop and implement a novel,...

LEAD Workshop_Leadership Through a Woman's Lens

Stop by this engaging workshop to learn challenges women face in organizations and strategies to overcome organizational conflict.

Marine & Envir Bio Seminar--Dr. Sonya Dyhrman

Members of the Dyhrman group are broadly interested in how phytoplankton interact with their geochemical environment, looking at the interface of microbial...

Assessing the Need for Immigrants:  Impacts on the Workforce and Implications for Taxpayers

Urban Growth Seminar Bio: Dowell Myers is professor of policy, planning, and demography in the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of...

USC School of Architecture Career Week: Interview Workshops

Career Week is a 5 day focus on career development for all students at the USC School of Architecture. Activities held during the week emphasize the bridge...

UPC March Campus Forum

Campus Forums are designed to disseminate information that is pertinent to daily campus operations for procurement of and payment for goods and services on...

Price Social Innovation (PSI) Student Workshop: 10 Legal Tips Every Entrepreneur Should Know

Are you interested in starting your own business or nonprofit someday? Come join Price Social Innovation (PSI) for 10 Legal Tips Every Entrepreneur Should...

"Between Scholarship and Community Engagement: Exploring Pre- and Post-Reunification Jewish Life in East Berlin" Katja Schatte (University of Washington)

A lecture by Katja Schatte (University of Washington) 2016-2017 Margee and Douglas Greenberg Research Fellow What does it mean to be Jewish and of East...

Between Scholarship and Community Engagement: Exploring Pre- and Post-Reunification Jewish Life in East Berlin - Lecture - Katja Schatte (University of Washington)

Historians are conscious of the effects of contemporary issues on our understanding of the past. Yet, they are inclined to perceive questions about the...

German Studies Film Series

Sanctuary (2014), 104 minutes, by Marc Brummund May 1968: Rolling Stones, bell-bottoms, mini-skirts, sexual revolution, protests against the Vietnam War…...

USC Dornsife INET Seminar Series - Michael Woodford

John Bates Clark Professor of Political Economy, Michael Woodford (Columbia University), will present at USC Dornsife INET's Seminar Series. For more...

Trump and the Press: Media Literacy, 'Fake News,' and the Challenges of Political Reporting in 2017

Join the USC Annenberg Center (CCLP) and the USC Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics for a conversation on "Trump and the Press: Media Literacy, 'Fake...

USC Graduate Student First Generation Professionals Mixer

Come meet fellow First-Gen members of the Trojan Family! Don’t miss this effort to bring first-gen graduate students together. In addition to the...

Roski Talks: Sherin Guirguis

Sherin Guirguis' work engages both formal and social concerns by juxtaposing the reductive Western language of minimalist aesthetics with that of Eastern...

USC School of Dramatic Arts Presents: THE KENTUCKY CYCLE

Spanning two centuries, from 1775 to 1975, this mesmerizing epic is the story of three families — Black, White and Native American — whose lives are...

Paul Dresher and the Dresher/Davel Instrument Duo

ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP at the links below beginning Thursday, February 9, at 9 a.m. USC Students, Staff, and Faculty:...

Paul Dresher and the Dresher/Davel Instrument Duo

Composer and musician Paul Dresher and percussionist Joel Davel join forces for an electro-acoustic performance on extraordinary instruments of their own...

Artist Speaker Series-Leo Xia

Various artists will come to Parkside Arts and Humanities to perform their work and then speak on their journey in music and poetry. This is a great event...

Tuesday, March 7