Events

Wednesday, February 20

Curiosity Driven: Caleb Finch's Life-long Impact on the Field of Gerontology

This exhibition highlights selections from the Finch Science Archive, donated to the USC Libraries by Dr. Caleb Finch, the William F. Kieschnick Professor of...

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

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...

PAM on Campus: Workshop on Early Modern Japanese books

This workshop will offer an opportunity for members of the University to become acquainted with the USC Library’s holdings of early modern Japanese...

Trojan Farmers Market

Every Wednesday morning, as the sun begins to peek between the clouds, local farmers and vendors set up their booths filled with a vibrant array of locally...

CER: Securing Corporate Funding for Your Research 

Lawrence Lau, Associate Director of Corporate Collaborations, Physical and Information Sciences In 2016, businesses provided $4.2 billion of academic R&D...

METRANS Spring 2019 Speaker Series: Edward Smaglik, "Addressing Bicycle-Vehicle Conflicts with Alternate Signal Control Strategies"

In the last several decades, there has been renewed focus on improving the various aspects of non-motorized road users. With regards to bicycles and on-road...

Anthropology Lecture Series: "Impervious: The Walls We Live With in Contemporary America"

Guest lecturer Anand Pandian (Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Johns Hopkins University) visits USC for a special talk, presented...

Conversation with Wolfgang Schivelbusch: On Perception, Time, and Space

With Ed Dimendberg (UCI, Getty Consortium Scholar 2018-19), Vanessa Schwartz (USC, Director, VSRI), and Paul Lerner (USC, Director, Max Kade...

Conversation with Wolfgang Schivelbusch: On Perception, Time, and Space (USC VSRI)

Conversation with Wolfgang Schivelbusch: On Perception, Time, and Space Wednesday, February 20 12:30-2:00pm DML 240 Wolfgang Schivelbusch with Ed...

Combinatorics Seminar: Whitney Duals of Partially Ordered Sets

Josh Hallam (Loyola Marymount University) Abstract: To each graded poset one can associate two sequences of numbers; the Whitney numbers of the first kind...

Feel Better Workshops - Drop In!

These workshops are open to all undergraduate and graduate students. They are a great fit for anyone who would like to learn basic skills or consider new...

IYENGAR YOGA - Movement Meditation Series

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

USC CAIS Seminar: Friendship paradox and information bias in networks

Abstract: Individuals’ decisions, from what product to buy to who to vote for, often depend on what others are doing. People, however, rarely have global...

MSW Admissions Alumni Panel

Prospective MSW students are invited to an alumni panel discussion. Gain more insight into careers in social work and hear from alumni who graduated from USC...

Music at Rush Hour: Urban Encore

Urban Encore connects underserved communities with world-class musicians and emerging artists in Los Angeles. USC Thornton students and alumni will share...

Readymade Bodhisattvas: South Korean Sci-Fi and Transnational Technocultures

Reception and book signing to follow. ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP beginning Wednesday, January 23, at 9 a.m. USC Students,...

2019 Global Executive Ed.D. Asia Recruitment

Please join the University of Southern California's Rossier School of Education Global Executive Doctor of Education program for an opportunity to hear about...

HackSC Presents: Hack Nights

HackSC Presents: Hack Nights Hack Nights are a weekly opportunity for cooperation and community-building centered around a weekly theme. Each Hack Night...

USC Interfaith Council

USC has more student religious groups than any other university in the United States, and the Interfaith Council includes students representing the diversity...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: SWIMMERS

Coyotes evading police. Billboards predicting the end of the world. It’s been a strange day at the office, and it’s only 9 a.m. Moving floor by floor from...

USC Thornton Symphony: New Music for Orchestra

Donald Crockett, chair of the Composition program, leads the USC Thornton Symphony in this annual concert featuring original works by Thornton student...

Wednesday, February 20