Events

Friday, March 1

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...

 Expanding Outliers in American Art
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Thursday, February 28 USC Roski School of Art and Design, Graduate Building 3001 South Flower Street, LA 90007 A Performance by Lonnie Holley Friday, March...

Expanding Outliers in American Art (USC VSRI)
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Expanding Outliers in American Art Thursday, February 28 7:30-9:00pm USC Wong Conference Center, Harris Hall 101 A Performance by Lonnie Holley RSVP...

Expanding Outliers in American Art (USC VSRI, USC Roski)
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Expanding Outliers in American Art Thursday, February 28 USC Roski School of Art and Design, Graduate Building 3001 South Flower Street, LA 90007 A...

The 3rd Annnual Interprofessional Health Care Symposium
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Please join us for the 3rd Annnual Interprofessional Health Care Symposium The USC Emerti Center in partnership with the Keck School of Medicine of USC is...

LABYRINTH - Movement Meditation Series
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Drop by for a silent, self-guided walking meditation. All USC students and staff are welcome to participate.

"Revenge, Murder, and Political Schemers in Early Medieval Japan" with Ethan Segal (USC PPJS)
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Professor Ethan Segal, Michigan State University, will present a lecture and a document reading workshop at the University of Southern California, Feb. 28...

Research Visions, USC Marshall Research Fair
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The 2019 USC Marshall Research Fair is an opportunity to discuss some of the most engaging research developed by our faculty. The fair promotes...

 Molecular and Computational Biology Seminar: Allison J. Shultz, PhD  (Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Ornithology Department)
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“Evolution across timescales: comparative and population genomics studies of host-pathogen co-evolution in birds” Abstract: Infectious disease produces some...

A Conversation with Jill Abramson, former Executive Editor of The New York Times
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Join us for a conversation with Jill Abramson, author of Merchants of Truth: The Business of News and the Fight for Facts. Abramson is the former Executive...

The Mercer Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Summit
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The Mercer Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Summit gives college undergrads the opportunity to learn more about what Mercer consultants do on a day-to-day basis....

Disraeli, Arendt, and the Fascist Novel: Talk by Rachel Teukolsky
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Please join the C19 Anglophone Collective for an upcoming talk by Rachel Teukolsky, Associate Professor in the English Department at Vanderbilt University,...

EMSI: Early Music Series with Dietrich Bartel
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Dietrich Bartel, Canadian Mennonite University "Musica Poetica: Early Modern Music and Rhetoric" Friday, March 1, 2019 University of Southern...

Early Music Series with Dietrich Bartel (USC EMSI)
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Dietrich Bartel, Canadian Mennonite University"Musica Poetica: Early Modern Music and Rhetoric"Friday, March 1, 2019University of Southern CaliforniaDoheney...

Fulbright Workshop 1 & Fellowship Friday
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Learn about the components of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program application, the USC application process, and discuss how to choose the country and grant...

Japanese Female Immigration in the U.S. and U.K.: "Kensington," a Play by Velina Hasu Houston
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How does one build a life for oneself in a country that you weren’t born in and didn’t grow up in? Such is the challenge for an immigrant, challenges that...

Japanese Female Immigration in the U.S. and U.K.: "Kensington," a play by Velina Hasu Houston (USC CJRC, USC SDA)
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How does one build a life for oneself in a country that you weren’t born in and didn’t grow up in? Such is the challenge for an immigrant, challenges that...

Special Algebra Seminar: Hilbert irreducibility via Ritt decompositions
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Danny Neftin, Technion Abstract: Given an irreducible polynomial f(t,x) over the rationals, a fundamental question arising from Hilbert's irreducibility...

The Ask Anything Tour with Albert Mohler
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Come and ask your questions about faith, religion, and the Bible. The event will begin with a brief presentation from Albert Mohler, followed by a Q&A...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: GNIT
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Meet Peter Gnit, a recklessly aspiring, self-deluded anti-hero. This twisted adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt is a rollicking and cautionary tale that...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: HOLY GHOSTS
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Coleman Shedman arrives at the rural meeting house of a southern Pentecostal sect with a lawyer in tow, seeking to retrieve his runaway wife (and the...

Baroque Sinfonia: East Meets West
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Adam Gilbert leads the Baroque Sinfonia in a concert featuring music from Austria, Poland, and Armenia featuring students from Komitas State Conservatory of...

EMSI: Early Music Series
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USC Thornton Baroque Sinfonia & Musicians from Komitas State Conservatory of Yerevan, Armenia "East Meets West: Music Across the Borders of Austria, Poland,...

Early Music Series (USC EMSI)
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USC Thornton Baroque Sinfonia & Musicians from Komitas State Conservatory of Yerevan, Armenia"East Meets West: Music Across the Borders of Austria, Poland,...

Popular Music: Second-Year Showcase
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Sean Holt leads second-year Popular Music students in this showcase, focusing on stylistic nuance, groove, and ensemble technique.

Friday, March 1