Events

Monday, December 2

A Case of Hysteria? The Altogether Shocking History of Women's Mental Health
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For thousands of years, a wide range of women’s physical and mental health issues have been routinely dismissed and mischaracterized as “hysteria.” The word...

NEW! Let's Talk Drop-In Counseling
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NEW drop-in sessions to speak to a counselor are available this week. These sessions will be focused on grief and loss counseling. Let’s Talk is a drop-in...

Chamber Music Festival: Winds & Percussion
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As part of a three-day festival, USC Thornton’s Winds & Percussion students present an afternoon of chamber music under the direction of Kristy Morrell.

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...

Mathematical Finance Colloquium: On Backward Propagation of Chaos
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Ludovic Tangpi, Princeton University Abstract: In this talk we will present an extension of the theory of propagation of chaos to backward (weakly)...

Special Colloquium: What analysis, combinatorics, and quilted spheres can tell us about symplectic geometry
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Nate Bottman, USC Abstract: Over the past three decades, symplectic geometers have constructed powerful curve-counting invariants of symplectic manifolds....

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...

New! Let's Talk Drop-in Counseling
This is a past event.

NEW drop-in sessions to speak to a counselor are available this week. These sessions will be focused on grief and loss counseling. Let’s Talk is a drop-in...

Algebra Seminar: Transfers and norms in equivariant homotopy theory
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Jonathan Rubin, UCLA Abstract: Transfer and norm maps are fundamental pieces of extra structure, which appear when one does algebra in the presence of a...

CAMS Colloquium: Beyond Arnold’s geodesic framework of an ideal hydrodynamics
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Boris Khesin, University of Toronto Abstract: We discuss ramifications of Arnold’s group-theoretic approach to ideal hydrodynamics as the geodesic flow for...

"Porous Borders:" In Conversation with Julian Lim (USC ICW)
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ICW Borderlands Series In Conversation with Julian Lim, assistant professor of history at Arizona State University Porous Borders: Multiracial Migrations...

Theory Seminar: In-Koo Cho
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Learn more about Prof. In-Koo Cho http://economics.emory.edu/home/news/new-faculty.html

Chamber Music Festival: Winds & Percussion
This is a past event.

As part of a three-day festival, USC Thornton’s Winds & Percussion students present an afternoon of chamber music under the direction of Kristy Morrell.

Geometry, Topology and Categorification Seminar: Volumes and filling collections of multicurves
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Andrew Yarmola, Princeton University Abstract: Consider a link L in a Seifert-fibered space N over a surface S of negative Euler characteristic. If the...

Experiential Marketing 101
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Explore the exciting and interactive side of marketing! Jordan Pollack, SVP of Experiential at Cogent Entertainment Marketing, will be speaking about...

Turning Limitations into Opportunities: An Evening with Ali Stroker
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Turning Limitations into Opportunities An Evening with Ali Stroker A Visions and Voices Signature Event ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required....

Monday, December 2