Events

Wednesday, February 12

A Case of Hysteria
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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...

One of five original artworks painted by local high school students that was featured as part of USC's Black History Month banner project.
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Celebrate Black History Month with your fellow Trojans - view all the events happening across USC's campuses.

USC Values Poll Discussion Sessions
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All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend any of the 53 Discussion Sessions happening across UPC and HSC campuses. Sessions will also be...

LAUSD School Nurse Hiring Event
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This is a special two-day interview session to provide eligible nursing candidates and students the opportunity to gain employment as a school nurse in the...

USC Values Poll Discussion Sessions
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All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend any of the 53 Discussion Sessions happening across UPC and HSC campuses. Sessions will also be...

ALI Conversation Groups
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CONVERSATION GROUPS ARE GOING ONLINE. Please check https://ali.usc.edu/conversation-groups/cg-schedule/ for more information. ~~~~~~~ Conversation...

Grad Fest
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Grad Fest is the Class of 2020’s one-stop way to get all the information you need about Commencement. All soon-to-be graduates are encouraged to stop by for...

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...

"The Roots of Religious Racism: The Prohibition of 'Witchcraft,' 'Obeah,' and Vagrancy in Britain’s Atlantic Empire, 1830s-1960s" with Danielle Boaz (USC CLHC)
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Workshop by Danielle Boaz, an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at the University of North Carolina, cosponsored by the USC School of Religion, on...

Master of Education in Enrollment Management and Policy online (EMP online) Webinar
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Learn more about the Master of Education in Enrollment Management and Policy online (EMP online) from the founders of the program and leaders in the...

Trojan Talk with the Walt Disney Company
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Trojan Talk with the Walt Disney Company The Technology Behind the Magic: Meet with a Disney Technologist At Disney, we constantly strive to raise the bar...

USC Dual Degree Webinar: MSW & MA Jewish Nonprofit Management
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If you are considering a career in a Jewish organization, this webinar may be for you. As part of the 50-year partnership between USC and Hebrew Union...

USC Values Poll Discussion Sessions
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All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend any of the 53 Discussion Sessions happening across UPC and HSC campuses. Sessions will also be...

Development Seminar: Eoin Mcguirk (Tufts)
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Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Tufts University, 2019- I study development economics and political economy. My current projects employ...

February Expense Reimbursement (UPC) Open Lab
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Expense Reimbursement Open Labs provide an opportunity for hands-on training with processing reimbursements in the Travel & Expense Portal (SAP Concur)...

Special Colloquium: Flexibility and rigidity in symplectic topology
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Oleg Lazarev, Columbia University Abstract: While symplectic manifolds have no local invariants, they do have powerful global invariants coming from...

USC Values Poll Discussion Sessions
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All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend any of the 53 Discussion Sessions happening across UPC and HSC campuses. Sessions will also be...

USC Values Poll Discussion Sessions - Online
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These sessions are held online and are open to all USC students, faculty, and staff. Want to participate in a Discussion Session, but need to do it...

Mathematics Colloquium: How tall are the waves? The Height Distribution of Critical Points of Smooth Isotropic Gaussian Random Fields
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Armin Schwartzman UC San Diego Biostatistics and Halicioğlu Data Science Institute Abstract: The distribution of the height of local maxima of smooth...

Guest Talk by Lydia Spielberg (UCLA)
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"THE EMPEROR’S SPEECH IN IMPERIAL HISTORIOGRAPHY" Lydia Spielberg joined the Classics Department at UCLA in 2018. Most of her work has been on Roman...

Yoga/Five Trojan Traits
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Each 60-minute class will include intro-level yoga poses and simple stretching, stress-reducing breathing techniques, and rejuvenating guided relaxation. All...

Music at Rush Hour: The Mixtape Quartet
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Welcome to Mixtape Quartet. Play, pause, shuffle, next — from a quartet, to a symphony, to the Beatles, we’re here to bring your listening habits into the...

Master of Arts in Teaching online and Master of Arts in Teaching—Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages online Application Walkthrough
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During this live, application walkthrough hosted by the USC Rossier admissions team, you will: Explore our master’s programs including the Master of Arts in...

USC Architecture Technology Conversation: "The Education of a Technologist"
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Felecia Davis is an assistant professor at the Stuckeman Center for Design and Computation at Penn State University. She has lectured, taught workshops,...

Trojan Talk with OnPrem Solution Partners
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Trojan Talk with OnPrem Solution Partners Come join us for a one on one chat to learn more about our Full-Time Analyst roles. Undergraduate students will...

International Darwin Day Celebration with Sean Carroll & Beth Shapiro
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The fossil record is punctuated by episodic diversications and cautionary extinctions. But what are the natural and societal consequences of resurrecting the...

Wednesday, February 12