Events

Tuesday, January 16

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...

Marine & Envir Bio Seminar--Dr. Sheri Floge
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Dr. Sheri Floge, The Ohio State University Marine viruses: key players in planktonic food webs and carbon cycling Drifting photosynthetic microbes...

Securing an Internship
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Are you interested in gaining hands-on, practical experience? Do you know how to successfully submit your application and interview with employers? Are you...

PMI "All of Us" Community Event in East LA
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“All of Us” is a groundbreaking effort to gather data from one million or more people living in the United States to accelerate research and improve health....

How Are SNAP Benefits Spent? Evidence from a Retail Panel
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Quintiles Seminar Series How Are SNAP Benefits Spent? Evidence from a Retail Panel Jesse Shapiro is the George S. and Nancy B. Parker Professor of...

Reading Seoul in Pyongyang: Rethinking Cross-border Media Flows in 1950s-1960s Korea
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USC Korean Studies Institute AKS Postdoctoral Scholar, I Jonathan Kief (East Asian Languages and Cultures) will kick off the KSI Speaker Series in spring...

Reading Seoul in Pyongyang: Rethinking Cross-border Media Flows in 1950s-1960s Korea (USC KSI)
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USC Korean Studies Institute AKS Postdoctoral Scholar, I Jonathan Kief (East Asian Languages and Cultures) will kick off the KSI Speaker Series in spring...

Write it: Résumé and Cover Letter Writing
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USC Dornsife Career Pathways Work it Series Preparing for a career after college is an integral part of a USC Dornsife education. The “Work it” series are...

Hearing and Communication Neuroscience Seminar: Edward Chang, M.D.
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Click here for more information on Dr. Edward Chang. Edward Chang MD is Professor of Neurological Surgery at UCSF. Dr. Chang’s clinical expertise is...

Masaya Chiba - Asignifying Rupture and Radical Finitude
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In this talk, first, I will explain my interpretation of the French philosopher Gilles Deleuze’s work that I presented in my book, Don’t Move Too Much:...

USC Dornsife INET Seminar Series - Roberto Rigobon
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Professor of Management and a Professor of Applied Economics, Roberto Rigobon (MIT), will present at the USC Dornsife INET's Seminar Series. For more...

Trojan Talk with Wells Fargo
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Trojan Talk with Wells Fargo Wells Fargo is hosting a panel and networking event. Please join representatives from Wells Fargo to learn more about our...

Tuesday, January 16