Events

Saturday, December 7

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...

Third Annual SoCal DIFM Event: "Nutritional-Genomic Influences and Cardiovascular Health"
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Third Annual SoCal DIFM Event: Cardiovascular Health from IFM/IFMNT Lens "Nutritional-Genomic Influences and Cardiovascular Health" Learn more and register...

Brett Feldman, USC Speaker
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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of TEDx, TEDx Grand Park is a knowledge-sharing platform for ideas and solutions to come of community’s biggest problems....

Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (EDL) Information Session
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Join us to learn more about USC Rossier’s commitment to advancing educational equity and how the Doctorate of Education in the Educational Leadership (EDL)...

American Origins with Emily Berquist Soule (USC EMSI)
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Emily Berquist Soule, California State University, Long Beach "Spain in Africa: The Fernando Pó Slave Trade Expedition, 1778-1780" Saturday, December 7,...

American Origins with Emily Berquist Soule (USC EMSI)
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Emily Berquist Soule, California State University, Long Beach "Spain in Africa: The Fernando Pó Slave Trade Expedition, 1778-1780" Saturday, December 7,...

EMSI - American Origins with Emily Berquist Soule
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Emily Berquist Soule, California State University, Long Beach "Spain in Africa: The Fernando Pó Slave Trade Expedition, 1778-1780" Saturday, December 7,...

Spotlight Tours @PAM
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Join USC PAM’s Student Educators in dynamic discussions of works of art in our collection! Specially trained USC students will lead in-depth conversations...

Popular Music: Third-Year Showcase
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Third-year Popular Music students present original music written, arranged, and performed under the direction of professors Patrice Rushen and Paul Jackson Jr.

Saturday, December 7