Events

Thursday, October 3

 Cell & Gene Meeting on the Mesa 2019
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The USC Stevens Center for Innovation team will be attending the annual Cell & Gene Meeting on the Mesa conference October 2-4, 2019 in Carlsbad, CA....

 i3 - Investigate Industries and Internships: Technology
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Wondering what you can do with your major? Looking for an internship? Interested in learning more about what working in certain industries is like? This...

Travel & Expense Portal Workshops
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Travel & Expense Portal Workshops are in-person training sessions in which users will receive hands-on assistance from the subject matter experts on the...

Yoga at the Fisher Museum
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Breathe, unwind, and enjoy free yoga at the USC Fisher Museum of Art taught by certified International Ashtanga Yoga Instructor Divya Choudhary. Stretch your...

Colloquium Series Speaker: Duke Han, PhD
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Lecture: “Financial Decision Making in Old Age: Neuropsychology, Neuroimaging, and Policy Considerations” Duke Han, PhD Associate Professor Family Medicine...

Employer Oppor2nity: Careers and Interview Coaching with Korn Ferry
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Join us in this session to gain information about Korn Ferry, learn best practices for interviews and ask questions about the job search.

Employer Oppor2nity: Korn Ferry
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Career and Interview Coaching Join us in this session to gain information about Korn Ferry, learn best practices for interviews and ask questions about the...

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,...

Korn Ferry Information Session and Interview Workshop
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Korn Ferry invites you to an Information Session & Interview Workshop on Thursday, Oct 3 at 12pm in Taper Hall (THH) 212. While this is a Dornsife event,...

Thriving Thursdays
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NEW! Thriving Thursdays drop-in session is being converted to a facilitated session on grief and loss for the rest of the semester. All USC students welcome...

CER: USC Awards to Fund Your Research
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USC Awards to Fund Your Research October 3, 12:30-2:30 PM — HSC Norris Medical Library West Conference Room October 25, 11:30-1 PM — CHLA Saban...

Lunch Conversation on Current Affairs with Pollster Frank Luntz
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Please join the Center for Communication Leadership and Policy for a lunchtime conversation with author and Republican pollster Frank Luntz, moderated by...

Surfing the ground and excited state energy surfaces towards new applications in chemical biology
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Chemical Biology Professor Brett VanVeller, Department of Chemistry, Iowa State University

“Los Angeles as a Latin American City” with Eric Avila (USC ASE)
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This talk will consider the prospects of understanding Los Angeles as a Latin American city, shifting the conceptual orientation of the city away from an...

 i3 - Investigate Industries and Internships: Business and Economics
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Wondering what you can do with your major? Looking for an internship? Interested in learning more about what working in certain industries is like? This...

Let's Talk
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Let’s Talk is a drop-in opportunity to talk to a counselor to get professional guidance on any number of social and mental health topics. If you’ve ever...

Employer Oppor2nity: CIA
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Information Session & Directorate of Operations Simulation CIA representatives will provide an agency overview including career and internship opportunities...

MacroEconomics Seminar: Fabrizio Perri
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Learn more about Fabrizio Perri who works for the Federal Reserve Bank of Minnesota http://www.fperri.net/

Book Talk: "Dream of the Water Children" by Fredrick Cloyd
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Join us as we hear from Fredrick Cloyd, author of the book Dream of the Water Children. Born to an African American father and Japanese mother, Frederick D....

China’s Rise in Historical Perspective
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The USC U.S.-China Institutes presents a book talk with Klaus Mühlhahn. Making China Modern provides a panoramic survey of China's rise and resilience...

German Studies Film Series: 30th Anniversary -  Fall of the Wall --- PART 2
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Good Bye, Lenin! (2002) by Wolfgang Becker, (121 minutes) East Germany, the year 1989: A young man protests against the regime. His mother watches the...

Shabbiha: Assad’s Paramilitaries and Mass Violence in Syria
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A public lecture by Dr. Uğur Ümit Üngör (Utrecht University, Department of History, and NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies,...

Shabbiha: Assad’s Paramilitaries and Mass Violence in Syria (USCH Shoah Foundation CAGR)
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A public lecture by Dr. Uğur Ümit Üngör (Utrecht University, Department of History, and NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies,...

A Reading with Susan Kinsolving and Don Bogen
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Join Susan Kinsolving and Don Bogen for a reading on October 3rd! IDE ROOM | THH 420 OCT. 3 | 4:30PM Susan Kinsolving is the author of four volumes of...

Susan Kinsolving & Don Bogen, reading from their collections of poetry PERIPHERAL VISION and IMMEDIATE SONG
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Please join the PhD Creative Writing & Literature program and the USC Dept. of English for a series of readings this fall. Susan Kinsolving & Don Bogen,...

Conversations about Virtue, Vice, and Being Human: COURAGE
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Open to all USC students | Snacks Provided What tests of courage do we face in our lives? Are we ever called upon to distinguish ourselves through...

CIA “Appy Hour” Networking Event
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CIA “Appy Hour” Networking Event – 6pm Thursday October 3, 2019 (location: VPD 116) Bring your laptop and follow along while a CIA Representatives walks you...

Master of Arts in Teaching online and Master of Arts in Teaching—Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages online Information Session
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During this live, online information session hosted the USC Rossier admissions team, you will: Learn how the MAT online and MAT-TESOL online programs...

Trojan Talk with Alvarez & Marsal
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Trojan Talk with Alvarez & Marsal Alvarez & Marsal Performance Improvement ("A&M-CPI") leaders are a mix of lifelong consultants and industry operators. We...

Trojan Talk with Transom Consulting
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Trojan Talk with Transom Consulting Founded in 2009 by a McKinsey & Co. alumnus, Transom works with clients from startups to the Fortune 500, addressing...

Conversation@PAM: "South Asia Lost and Found" with Ketaki Pant
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Conversation@PAM: South Asia Lost and Found Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 at 7:00 pm USC Pacific Asia Museum Join USC Professor Ketaki Pant as she...

Conversation@PAM: South Asia Lost and Found
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Join USC Professor Ketaki Pant as she explores the lost and found histories of South Asia. This discussion will touch upon the history of Bengal in the...

Freeman's California with Geoff Dyer, Robin Coste Lewis, Hector Tobar and Matt Sumell
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Thursday, October 3 7:30 - 9:00 p.m., The Last Bookstore 453 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Tickets available through EventBrite From...

Freeman's: California with Geoff Dyer, Robin Coste Lewis, Hector Tobar and Matt Sumell
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From immigration rights to climate change, California has been ground zero for the most crucial questions of our time. The sixth volume in the series that...

Staged Reading: NEVER IS NOW
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The Skylight Theatre Company presents a reading of "Never is Now" a new play by award-winning writer/producer Wendy Kout. What happens when people from...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: MEN ON BOATS
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Spinning historical, theatrical and gender conventions on their heads, this subversive tale of 10 men, four boats and two rivers contains none of the above....

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