Events

Wednesday, November 28

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

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...

Master of Arts in Teaching- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages & World Masters in Language Teaching Webinar Session

Learn more about USC Rossier Master's programs in teaching, we will be discussing: Master of Arts in Teaching - Teaching English to Speakers of Other...

Trojan Farmers Market

The Trojan Farmers Market is an open-air marketplace that brings fresh, locally sourced produce and goods to the USC campus. The goal of the market is to...

Clowns in the Hospital?! That's Bonkers!: Conversations with Professor Zach Steel About Medical Clowning

JOIN US for a HEAL and MESH Academy Lunch & Learn event, featuring Professors Zach Steel and Caitlyn Conlin. USC School of Dramatic Arts faculty members and...

Global Fellows Internship Program Application Deadline

The USC Global Fellows Internship Program provides funding for USC undergraduates who are United States citizens to live and intern in Asia for at least...

Ito Center/EASC/KSI Joint Holiday Party

Ito Center, EASC and KSI will once again celebrate the holidays in a joint celebration which will be held at the Ahn House. View PHOTOS from the 2018 Ito...

Lunch & Learn: LGBTQ+ Cultural Competency for Healthcare Providers

This lunch & learn is co-facilitated by Norris Medical Library, Keck PRIDE, and MedLambda. Join us as we talk about strategies and resources for healthcare...

What Matters to Me & Why with Jaime Velasco

Jaime Velasco is a Maintenance Technician for USC’s Facilities Management Services Department. His current primary focus entails facilities operations for...

Making a Life and Career in Humanitarian Work

Amber Savage MPA ’10 will discuss her experience working in the field for the United Nations. Her talk will provide insight working within the humanitarian...

Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program Webinar Session

Learn more about the USC Rossier Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program, designed for aspiring classroom teachers who are passionate about becoming...

USC WorldMed: World AIDS Week

Come out to our WorldMed booth and dispel some misconceptions about HIV/AIDS. We will have a photo booth and will be giving out free resources and...

Combinatorics Seminar: I. Stern's diatomic array and beyond; II. A conjecture on the weak order of the symmetric group

Richard Stanley, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, MIT This talk will have two unrelated parts. I. Stern’s diatomic array is a certain array of numbers...

Mathematics Colloquium: The weak Pinsker property

Tim Austin (UCLA) Abstract: This talk is about the structure theory of measure-preserving systems: transformations of a finite measure space that preserve...

Screening: Nowhere To Call Home

Nowhere to Call Home provides a rare glimpse into the world of a Tibetan farmer, torn between her traditional way of life and her desire for her son to have...

Chamber Music Festival: Strings

Lina Bahn leads USC Thornton Strings students in a survey of iconic chamber works as part of a three-day festival. CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL: WINDS &...

Music@RushHour: Super Piano Bros

Led by USC International Artist Fellow Wesley Chu, a collective of pianists and instrumentalists will perform arrangements of themes from beloved video games...

Let's Talk International Student Workshop - Drop In

A casual discussion workshop about common adjustment challenges that USC international students face, such as managing stress and connecting with others....

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...

Chamber Music Festival: Strings

Lina Bahn leads USC Thornton Strings students in a survey of iconic chamber works as part of a three-day festival. CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL: WINDS &...

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, November 28