Events

Wednesday, October 10

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

USC Dornsife Art History Works in Progress Series

The Works in Progress series is organized by the graduate cohort and supports the ongoing work of our scholarly community by providing opportunities for...

San Diego Career Fair & Job Fair

Diversity Career Group brings qualified candidates and hiring managers from the best companies in America together, in a half day job fair, designed to...

Digital Scholar Webinar: Utilization of Twitter by early career women in academic medicine and science: Suggestions for developing a Twitter network

Speaker: Jaime D. Lewis, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Cincinnati Overview: The social network Twitter will be explored as a...

Fall 2018 EASC Undergraduate FLAS Fellows Luncheon

EASC invites current and past undergraduate Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellows to enjoy food, drink, and conversation with other fellows with...

Miriam Pawel: "California Dynasty: The Browns and the State They Shaped"

From the Prussian pioneer who arrived in Colusa in 1852 through his great grandson, the oldest and longest-tenured governor in state history, Miriam Pawel...

Miriam Pawel: "California Dynasty: The Browns and the State They Shaped" (USC ICW)

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 12:00-1:00pm USC Doheny Memorial Library (DML) 240 From the Prussian pioneer who arrived in Colusa in 1852 through his...

Columbia’s Sustainability Graduate Programs

Please join Co,umbia University's Earth Institute at an information session to learn about our Master’s programs in Environmental Science and Policy,...

Combinatorics Seminar: The superpolynomial of torus links

Matt Hogancamp, USC Abstract: Over the years there have a appeared a number of fascinating conjectures concerning the Khovanov-Rozansky homology (the...

Feel Better Workshops Drop-In - USC Student Health

Feel Better Workshops are open to all undergraduate and graduate students. These workshops are offered all year! They are a great fit for anyone who would...

Mathematics Colloquium: Rationality and algebraic cycles

Burt Totaro, UCLA Abstract: A fundamental problem of algebraic geometry is to determine which algebraic varieties are rational, that is, isomorphic to...

USC CAIS Seminar: Quantitative models for decision-support in healthcare applications

Abstract: With the goal of improving patient outcomes, efficiency, and effectiveness, quantitative models are increasingly used for decision-support in...

Safeguarding the Truth: Press Freedom and the Fight for Accountability

We live in unprecedented times. Not since Watergate has the press faced such challenges to its freedom nor faced so many opponents seeking to silence its...

ACGLA A&D Panel

Disruptive Trends in Aerospace & Defense - Key Sector Opportunities, Strategies, Outlook and M&A Commercial aerospace continues its unprecedented “super...

Music@RushHour: USC Brass Ensemble

The USC Brass Ensemble showcases the extraordinary range of music for brass and percussion with a program ranging from Tomasi to Gabrieli to Bjork, and...

Trojan Talk with Prudential Capital Group

Join representatives from Prudential Capital Group to learn about the positions they will be recruiting for on campus. Our Corporate Finance Group invites...

Lecture: Walter Hood

Walter Hood is the creative director and founder of Hood Design Studio in Oakland, California and the 2018 USC Architecture American Academy in China...

Why Public Diplomacy Matters on the Korean Peninsula

From summit diplomacy to sports diplomacy, the role of public diplomacy continues to grow when it comes to security challenges on the Korean Peninsula. In...

Catholicism in Film: Deep Truths and Stereotypes

Catholicism has been both a source of inspiration and subject matter in film for years. Movies have viewed Catholicism through many different cinematic and...

Chamber Music Masterclass with Ralph Kirshbaum

Please note that violinist Pamela Frank, who was scheduled to lead this masterclass, is unavailable. In her absence, cellist Ralph Kirshbaum, chair of the...

USC Interfaith Council

USC has more student religious groups than any other university in the United States, and the Interfaith Council includes students representing the diversity...

Popular Music: First-Year Showcase

Led by professors Andy Abad and Patrice Rushen, first-year Popular Music students explore the foundations of their craft.

Wednesday, October 10