Events

Wednesday, February 6

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

Trojan Farmers Market
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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: Obtaining Funding from Foundations and the USC Process
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Hossein Pourmand, Senior Executive Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations There are thousands of charitable foundations with millions of dollars to...

Digital Scholar Webinar: How Researchers Can Get Science Done Faster Using an R&D Services Marketplace
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Title: How Researchers Can Get Science Done Faster Using an R&D Services Marketplace Speaker: Dr. Zev Wisotsky is a Senior Scientist and R&D Specialist at...

Feed Your Mind, Feed Your Body - a talk by Religion Post-doc Kathryn Dickason
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Dangerous Dancing: Salome in the Middle Ages This talk explores the religious interpretations of Salome, as put forth by medieval theologians, preachers,...

Lunch with Transportation Professional Steven Mateer
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Join us for lunch and a lively discussion as part of the Transportation Careers Speaker Series. Learn how to navigate the exciting field of transportation...

Major 2 Career: Getty | Mellon Conservation Program
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Getty | Mellon Conservation Program The UCLA/Getty Program in the Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Materials has received a generous grant...

The Future of International Criminal Justice: Challenges & Opportunities
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Guest speaker Richard Dicker, director of the International Justice Program at Human Rights Watch (HRW), discusses his work and advocacy at HRW in the field...

What Matters to Me & Why with Shafiqa Ahmadi
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“What Matters to Me and Why” represents a creative solution to an important and often unrecognized problem in the university setting: the separation of...

Ziklha Seminar Series: Jeremy Veenstra-VanderWeele, MD: "Pathways to neurobiologically-based treatments in autism spectrum disorder"
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Two main approaches are being pursued to identify new medication treatments that may benefit children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The first and most...

Office Hours with Walmart eCommerce and Jet Team
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Office Hours with Walmart eCommerce and Jet Team Are you curious about the future of E-commerce and what it’s like managing a business within the Fortune 1?...

Combinatorics Seminar: Insertion algorithms for cohomology and K-theory
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Eric Marberg (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Abstract: The Robinson-Schensted-Knuth (RSK) insertion algorithm is a well-known bijection...

Feel Better Workshops - Drop In!
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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...

Major 2 Career: CIA
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Internships & Careers: Language, Humanities, & Social Sciences majors CIA representatives will provide an agency overview including career and internship...

Global Executive Doctor of Education (Global EdD) Program Webinar: Q & A
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We invite you to join Global Executive Ed.D. faculty chair, Dr. Mark Robison, and the program office for an online Q&A session on Wednesday, February 6, 2019...

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,...

Mathematics Colloquium: The Vortex Filament Equation, the Talbot effect, and non-circular jets
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Luis Vega (University of the Basque Country) Abstract: We will propose the vortex filament equation as a possible toy model for turbulence, in particular...

Spatial Sciences Institute:Este Geraghty, MD, MS, MPH, GISP Chief Medical Officer, Esri  "Gaps or Overlaps? Applying Location Intelligence for Better Decisions"
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Ph.D. Program in Population, Health and Place Colloquium: Geography is the science that connects people, places and their interactions. Geographic...

USC CAIS Seminar: Computational Behavioral Ecology: Animals as Mobile Social Users
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Abstract: New data collection technology, such as GPS, high definition cameras, UAVs, genotyping, and crowdsourcing, are generating data about wild...

"The Fascization of Brazil: Putting into Perspective the General Barbarism in Progress and the Resistances to Build" with Professor Plinio Prado Jr.
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For more information, please contact juliangu@usc.edu.

The Fascization of Brazil:  Putting into Perspective the General Barbarism in Progress and the Resistance to Build
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Professor Plínio W. Prado Jr., Department of Philosophy, University Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis The second decade of the 21st century: human communities...

Trojan Talk with Edwards Lifesciences
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Trojan Talk with Edwards Lifesciences COME BE INSPIRED. Come learn about Edwards Lifesciences, the global leader in patient-focused medical innovations for...

Women in Economics Student Reception
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Women in the Economics Freshmen class will have an opportunity to meet with alumni.

Strings: Studio Showcase
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USC Thornton’s exceptional Strings students present an evening of solo and chamber works.

The Lecture Project: Alexander Nemerov
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The Lecture Project is a series of public lectures by prominent writers, historians, and philosophers on the connection between art and ethics. Curated and...

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

Wednesday, February 6