Events

Monday, November 4

APHA's Annual Meeting and Expo
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APHA's Annual Meeting and Expo is the largest and most influential annual gathering of public health professionals. Nearly 13,000 attendees join us each year...

Research and Fellowships 101
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What is research? What is a fellowship? This presentation will offer an introduction to undergraduate research at USC and explain how research experience can...

San Diego Zoo's Northern White Rhino Initiative: Saving a Species with Science
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Sustainability Professionals Speaker Series Join us for the next of our Fall 2019 lecture events: Christopher Tubbs Senior Scientist, San Diego Zoo...

Fellows Roundtable
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Each week, the CPF’s Fellows are proud to host our Roundtable discussion series, facilitating focused conversations on policy and practical politics in a...

Fellowships for PhD Students in Health Fields
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A panel of funded PhDs will discuss opportunities and tips, especially for students interested in the NIH NRSA F31 fellowships. Target Audience: PhDs Part...

Picking the right gates at the right time: an adaptive quantum algorithm for simulating molecular systems on quantum computers
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Physical-Theoretical Professor Nicholas Mayhall, Department of Chemistry, Virginia Tech

Social Psych Brown Bag: Allison Earl
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Allison Earl University of Michigan Racial Disparirities in Attention to Health Information: Causes and Consequences for Intervention

KSI Speaker Series: "Korea, Ming China, and the Question of Universal Empire, 1392–1592" with Sixiang Wang (UCLA)
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This talk explores the rhetorical strategies of Korean diplomacy, in particular in its envoy poetry, to argue that Chosŏn Korea crafted with Ming envoys...

Navigating the Career Search with a Disability
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Are you an undergraduate or graduate student who is searching for an internship or full time position? Join this webinar to learn about strategies for...

USC seminar for early career mathematicians working in (higher) Teichmüller theory and quantum topology: Geodesic coordinates for the pressure metric at the Fuchsian locus
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Dai Xian, Rice University Abstract: We prove that the Hitchin parametrization provides geodesic coordinates at the Fuchsian locus for the pressure metric...

“The Novelty Moves”: How to Pitch Your Research to Potential Funders….and Beyond
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How can you describe research, especially highly detailed research, in ways that will excite a general audience? This presentation from the USC Writing...

Updates to Booking Business Travel with CBT
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Please join us for a special presentation with Christopherson Business Travel (CBT) to showcase updates to the travel booking platform. These enhancements...

Geometry, Topology and Categorification Seminar: From curves to currents
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Didac Martinez-Granado, Indiana University Abstract: Geodesic currents are the closure of the space of closed curves on a surface, analogous to measured...

Mathematical Finance Colloquium: Price Impact: Optimal Investment, Derivative Demand & Arbitrage
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Michalis Anthropelos, University of Piraeus, Greece and Boston University Abstract: This paper studies the optimal investment and the derivative pricing...

“The Transformation of Global Environmental Politics”
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A lecture by Johannes Urpelainen Global environmental politics has undergone a series of fundamental changes since the first international summit on the...

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...

Department of Homeland Security Recruitment Webinar
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The Department of Homeland Security has a vital mission to secure the nation from the many threats we face. This requires the dedication of more than 230,000...

Updates to Booking Business Travel with CBT
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Please join us for a special presentation with Christopherson Business Travel (CBT) to showcase updates to the travel booking platform. These enhancements...

Algebra Seminar: Generic stabilizers, fixed point spaces, random generation
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Spencer Gerhardt, USC Abstract: Let $C_1,…,C_e$ be conjugacy classes of a simple algebraic group $G(k)$, with $k$ a sufficiently large field. We consider a...

CAMS Colloquium: On regularity for the Muskat problem
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Huy Nguyen, Brown University Abstract: The Muskat problem models the evolution of two immiscible fluids of varying density in a porous medium. The free...

Behind Enemy Lines: Visualizing Human Tragedy through Media, Testimony, and Documentation
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Reception to follow at the USC Fisher Museum of Art. ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP beginning Monday, October 7, at 9 a.m....

JOB INTERVIEW ETIQUETTE MASTER CLASS with NED BRINES
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Ned Brines, CFA is presently the Director of Investments for Arnel & Affiliates where he oversees the management of the assets of a private family with...

Theory Seminar: Martin Dufwenberg
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Learn more about Prof. Martin Dufwenberg (University of Arizona) https://eller.arizona.edu/people/martin-dufwenberg http://www.u.arizona.edu/~martind1/

Trojan Talk with USC Investment Office
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Trojan Talk with USC Investment Office USC Investment Office staff will be on campus for summer and spring 2020 internship opportunities. The team will be...

Working Towards the New Hollywood
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Indigenous Screenwriters Masterclass Lab This masterclass, presented in partnership with RNCI will focus on the theme of "Working Toward the New Hollywood."...

On the Chilean Crisis Today: Neoliberal State and Violation of Human Rights
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During this panel discussion, respondants will be discussing the current civil unrest taking place in Chilean, the government's response, and, in turn, how...

PhD Student Brown-Bag Seminar
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Event Name: PhD Student Brown-Bag SeminarDates: Mondays until the end of the semesterTopics: All economics topics are welcome. Time: 5:30 - 7:00Location: KAP...

Trojan Talk with Avante Mezzanine Partners - Debunking Private Equity Myths: Small Business Investing Scholars Program
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Trojan Talk with Avante Mezzanine Partners - Debunking Private Equity Myths: Small Business Investing Scholars Program You may have heard of finance or...

Re-Creating Our Voices: A Writing Circle for Mothers and Non-Binary Parents
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Are you a writer? Or, did you once love writing—before becoming a parent? Do you wish you had more time and energy to be creative? Re-Creating Our Voices:...

Bassoon Masterclass with Francine Peterson
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Bassoonist Francine Peterson, who teaches at Pacific Lutheran University and the University of Puget Sound, leads a masterclass for students of the Winds &...

Jazz Night featuring ALAJE
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ALAJE, the USC Thornton Afro-Latin American Jazz Ensemble led by Aaron Serfaty, headlines this ongoing series featuring USC Thornton jazz ensembles.

USC Thornton Percussion Group: Sticks and Stones
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Joseph Pereira leads the USC Percussion Group in a program of new works for percussion that are influenced by natural objects: sand, stone, wood, and metals....

Guerreras in the Music Industry
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Loren Medina, Music Industry faculty member and owner of Guerrera PR, leads a panel on the visibility and impact of Latina voices in the music...

Monday, November 4