Events

Monday, January 14

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Awareness Week
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A week-long series of workshops, research presentations, events and social gatherings that help build your “toolkit” for bringing equity and inclusivity into...

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

Intergroup Dialogue Workshop
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Hosted by Anna M. Yeakley, Ph.D., and Teresa Brett, Ph.D. Introduced at the University of Michigan almost 30 years ago, Intergroup Dialogues (IGD) bring...

Embracing and Engaging the Older Student: Overcoming Aging Stereotypes in the Classroom
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Hosted by Paul Nash, Instructional Associate Professor of Gerontology, and Susan Enguidanos, Associate Professor. As we experience greater diversity in...

Exhibition: Ed Ruscha: Films
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The five-day pop-up screening will showcase “Premium” (1971) and “Miracle” (1975), two rare films made by iconic Los Angeles artist Ed Ruscha. Premium is a...

Search Committees, Pedagogy, and Professional Development
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Hosted by Sharoni Little, Professor, Clinical Business Communication This session will discuss the faculty search committee process in relationship to the...

System Approach to Work Place Diversity and Inclusion
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Hosted by Arsames Qajar, Adjunct Professor of Data Sciences and Operations; Abbass Sharif, Assistant Professor of Clinical Data Sciences and Operations; Hope...

First-Generation Students and Food and Housing Insecurity at USC
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Hosted by Sarah Portnoy, Associate Professor (teaching); Ivonne Rodriguez, Project Specialist, USC Leslie and William McMorrow Neighborhood Academic...

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Week Opening Luncheon and Keynote Address: "Empowering Generation Z"
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Speaker: Vijay Pendakur, Ph.D., Robert W. and Elizabeth C. Staley Dean of Students, Cornell University. Presentation Title: "Empowering Generation Z: Higher...

Empowering Generation Z: Higher Education, Equity Design, and Tomorrow’s Student
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Hosted by Vijay Pendakur, Ph.D., Robert W. and Elizabeth C. Staley Dean of Students, Cornell University Opening Luncheon & Keynote Location: Davidson...

Peter Renzes: Mechanistic substrates of synaptic dysfunction in neurodevelopmental disorders: focus on 16p11.2 duplication
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Research in my laboratory focuses on the molecular and cellular substrates of neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism, schizophrenia, bipolar disease,...

Obesity, why insensitivity hurts!
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Hosted by Lorena Rivera, Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery Coordinator; Kulmeet Sandhu, Assistant Professor Clinical Surgery; and Marc Sanchez, Registered...

Urban Growth Seminar Series: "Latino City: Urban Planning, Politics and the Grassroots"
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Join us for the first Urban Growth Seminar Series of the semester, hosted by the Price School Department of Urban Planning and Spatial Analysis. The seminar...

Including and Accommodating Age and Ability Diversity with Alumni, Retired Employees, Family Members, and Donors Who Visit and Volunteer on Campus
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Hosted by Caroline Cicero, Instructional Assoc. Prof and Director, USC Age-Friendly University Initiative; and Janette Brown, Assistant Vice Provost,...

Unconscious Bias Workshop - Blind Spots
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Hosted by USC Finance Division, PricewaterHouseCoopers Unconscious bias – or implicit bias – happens without us even knowing it. Experts believe that...

Critical Conversation: Creating Dissertation Support Groups that Support Degree Completion
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Hosted by Rosalind Conerly, Director, USC Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs and Adjunct Assistant Professor; Airies Davis, Executive In...

Challenging Discussions
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Hosted by the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Drs. Robert Sweeney and Katherine Guevara. This session employs an online resource consisting of 5 video...

Intergroup Dialogue Workshop
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Hosted by Anna M. Yeakley, Ph.D, and Teresa Brett, Ph.D Introduced at the University of Michigan almost 30 years ago, Intergroup Dialogues (IGD) bring...

Mathematical Finance Colloquium: Quasiconvex Set-Valued Risk Measures: Compositions and Duality Theory
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Cagin Ararat, Bilkent University, Turkey Abstract: We consider set-valued risk measures that are defined as compositions of two set-valued...

Molecular & Computational Biology Faculty Candidate Seminar: Elizabeth Brunk, Ph. D. (UC San Diego)
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"Big Data in 3 Dimensions: Integrating omics data with systems and structural biology” Abstract: Standardized, multi-omics datasets are becoming...

LGBTQ Health: Without Equality, There is No Quality
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Hosted by Lindsey Lawrence, Performance Improvement Analyst Training session for participants to learn about how to create an inclusive, welcoming...

Algebra Seminar: Motivic reduced power operations in characteristic p
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Eric Primozic, UCLA Abstract: Using recent work of Frankland and Spitzweck, we construct Steenrod operations on the mod p motivic cohomology of smooth...

Applying and Adjusting to Medical School as LGBTQ+
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Hosted by Ronan Hallowell, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medical Education; Bill Hines, Second Year Medical Student; Ellice Wang, Second Year Medical...

CAMS Colloquium: Instability and non-uniqueness in the Cauchy problem for the Euler equations of an ideal incompressible fluid
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Misha Vishik, The University of Texas at Austin Abstract: We prove non-uniqueness of the solution to Cauchy problem of the Euler equations of an ideal...

IYENGAR YOGA - Movement Meditation Series
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Yoga is a system for wellbeing on all levels: physical, mental, emotional & spiritual. Classes at the University Religious Center are taught by certified,...

Huawei, Hi-Tech, and U.S.-China Ties
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When Canadian authorities arrested Huawei Technologies Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou in December, they were acting at the request of the U.S....

The Importance of Recruiting from HBCUs and Its Impact on Our Cultural Diversity
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Hosted by Miki Turner, Assistant Professor of Journalism, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism This panel will explore the importance of...

Geometry and Topology Seminar: Koebe circle domain conjecture and the Weyl problem in the hyperbolic 3-space
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Feng Luo, Rutgers University Abstract. In 1908, Paul Koebe conjectured that every open connected set in the plane is conformally diffeomorphic to an open...

Resident and Fellows Diversity Mixer
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Location: HSC Edmonson Faculty Center Restaurant Open to: Faculty, Staff, Students, Alumni Capacity: 75

An Equity Minded Approach to Program and Course Development
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Hosted by Brandi Blessett Ph.D. & Tia Sharee Gaynor, Ph.D. This 3-hour workshop is geared toward faculty, program directors, department heads and unit...

Native American Student Union
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The USC Native American Student Union (NASU) offers an opportunity for Native American Trojans to connect and empower one another both academically and...

Monday, January 14