Events

Monday, January 22

USC Diversity and Inclusion Awareness Week

USC Diversity and Inclusion Awareness Week offers a variety of interactive formats with the goal of providing faculty with outlets for discussion and...

Undeliverable: Postcards and Photos of Lives Interrupted

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: William Thompson (UC Irivine)

William Thompson (UC Irvine) will present his paper at the sixteenth installment of the Center for Law and Social Science (CLASS) Workshop. CLASS Workshops...

Marine & Envir Bio Seminar--Dr. Cameron Thrash

Dr. Cameron Thrash (Louisiana State University) Tales from a coastal bacterioplankton safari Each milliliter of seawater contains millions of microbial...

Neurobiology Seminar: Sarah Ross, Ph.D.

Click here for more information on Dr. Sarah Ross. Functional Organization of Spinal Somatosensory Circuits The spinal cord plays a critical role in...

Securing an Internship

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

Study Abroad 101 (In partnership with USC Residential Education)

SA 101 is perfect for students who are new to study abroad and are looking to get more general information. Topics that are covered include the following:...

Affording Study Abroad - Study Abroad Week

Part of Study Abroad Week, Affording Study Abroad will cover the costs of studying abroad, what types of aid/scholarships are available, how to control...

Diversity in Human Subjects Research

Kristin Craun Center for Excellence in Research Session Available For Faculty and Staff

Mathematical Finance Colloquium: Sensitivity Analysis of the Utility Maximization Problem with Respect to Model Perturbations

Mihai Sirbu, University of Texas, Austin Abstract: We study the dependence on a parameter for a class of non-Markovian stochastic control problems...

“Reconstructing Global Capitalism: Politics and Inequality in City and Countryside” with Rudi Batzell

Rudi Batzell is a nineteenth-century historian of political economy, state-formation, and the US in the world. His dissertation, “Reconstructing Global...

Special Colloquium: Algebraic Combinatorics in Statistical Mechanics and Complexity Theory

Greta Panova (University of Pennsylvania and Institute for Advanced Study) Abstract: Algebraic Combinatorics studies objects and phenomena originating in...

American Origins with Daniel K. Richter

"The Last Days of Massachusetts Bay Company, Revisited" Who cares about the loss of the Massachusetts Bay Company Charter, much less the quaint common-law...

American Origins with Daniel K. Richter (USC EMSI)

"The Last Days of Massachusetts Bay Company, Revisited" Who cares about the loss of the Massachusetts Bay Company Charter, much less the quaint common-law...

Interpreting Non-Violence: A Levan Annual Distinguished Lecture Featuring Judith Butler

Interpreting Non-Violence: A Levan Annual Distinguished Lecture Featuring Judith Butler Judith Butler is Maxine Elliot Professor in the Department of...

Geometry & Topology Seminar: Circle Packings on Surfaces with Complex Projective Structures

Ellie Dannenberg, Pomona College Abstract: The classical circle packing theorem of Koebe, Andreev, and Thurston says that given a triangulation $\tau$ of a...

Global Executive Doctor of Education (Global EdD) Information Sessions - Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Beijing

Please join the University of Southern California's Rossier School of Education Global Executive Ed.D. program for an opportunity to hear about the program's...

Trojan Talk with Mercer

Trojan Talk with Mercer Mercer’s Career business segment helps our clients around the world engage their talent to drive business performance. Talent...

International Student Assembly First Spring Meeting

What is the International Student Assembly? Join us at our first Spring meeting on Monday, January 22nd at 7PM-8PM in TCC 302, to find out who we are and...

Monday, January 22