Events

Wednesday, March 4

2020 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Week
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Embracing the Inclusive Spirit A week-long series of workshops, research presentations, events and social gatherings that help build your “toolkit” for...

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...

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...

2020 One Day Technical Symposium at the A.V. Fairgrounds
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SAMPE high desert chapter is hosting a one day technical symposium on March 4, 2020 with manufacturers of composites and related materials displaying their...

Empathy and Allies: Cornerstones for Authentic DEI Work
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This session will explore the importance of understanding identity as a tool for empathy--putting ourselves in others' shoes--and allies--those who use their...

DEI Engagement with Dominant Student Populations
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This workshop will serve as an introductory, immersion experience for faculty to engage in conversation around educating dominant student identities about...

Humanizing the “Other” as an Act of Leadership in the Classroom and Workplace (2)
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The topic of this program addresses diversity in its broadest form, including in terms of race and ethnicity, immigrants, first-generation, sexuality, and...

Understanding Implicit Bias with Bryant Marks (2)
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Research has revealed that many Americans show a positive implicit bias toward White Americans vs. African Americans, young vs. old and fit vs. obese....

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 Groups...

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Virtual Event
California Indians Yesterday and Today
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This presentation will focus on the history of Los Angeles area Indians. Chumash Elders will tell their side of the story. Register:...

Changing How We See: Love Your Self/Love Your Body/Love Your Age
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Presenters will engage participants in open dialogue and exercises in a “Love Your Self/Love Your Body/Love Your Age” Workshop, emphasizing personal...

Introduction to Teaching Practices that Benefit All Students (on-site)
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An introduction to teaching practices that benefit all students, but that particularly support first-generation students, women in STEM fields, and students...

Reading Between the Lines: Benefits and Challenges of Diversity Statements
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The Writing Program recently began requiring Diversity Statements, enriching and complicating the hiring process. Effective statements helped frame and...

Supporting Military and Veteran Students in the Classroom (online)
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Presenter: Katherine Guevara, Instructional Designer, USC Center for Excellence in Teaching Demonstration, discussion, practice, and planning of effective...

The Color of Leadership: Part II
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This session picks up discussion from last year, which began an exploration of the perceived "readiness" of Blacks as leaders in the private, corporate and...

Implicit Bias and the Way Forward
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Recent findings in experimental social psychology have demonstrated the existence of “implicit biases”--attitudes and stereotypes that we are neither aware...

CER: The Role of Justice in Sampling and Recruiting
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There’s a fine line between making sure marginalized populations are included in research while making sure they’re not overrepresented. Julie Slayton will...

Computational Thinking For PD: Shaping Country Reputation in the Digital Age
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New communication tools in the digital era have enabled governments to engage audiences, home and abroad, about key policy decisions and much more. Given...

Disability Awareness and Advocacy: The Ruderman TV Challenge
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The Ruderman TV Challenge asked the creators of scripted television pilots (151 pilots on 39 delivery platforms of broadcast, cable and internet for the...

EAAS MA Spring Semester Luncheon
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Wednesday, March 4, 2020 | 12:00PM-2:00PM | CAS 100 | By Invitation Only EASC will host the Spring Semester EAAS MA Luncheon on Wednesday, March 4, 2020 in...

Let’s Talk About Health, Baby: Improving LGBTQ+ Health Disparities with Inclusive Communication Strategies
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Presenter: Lindsey Lawrence, MHA Lindsey Lawrence, MHA, will provide a deeper understanding of the social determinants of health that have the biggest...

Protecting Electoral Integrity in the Digital Age
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Thank you to everyone who joined us for a conversation on the Report of the Kofi Annan Commission on Elections and Democracy in the Digital Age. For the...

Save the Cypher: An Interactive VDR Dance Experience
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Save the Cypher is an interactive VR experience developed in collaboration with Kaufman School of Dance Professor d. Sabela Grimes in which the player must...

Sensitizing Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy for the Atomic Level Characterization of Surfaces
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Special Seminar Professor Aaron Rossini, Department of Chemistry, Iowa State University

Student Basic Needs
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Description coming. Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/student-basic-needs-tickets-94230011501

What Matters to Me & Why
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The montly talk and discussion series encourages reflection about values, beliefs, and motivation in the lives of those who help shape our university....

Zilkha Seminar Series: Holger Wille PhD - Translating Structural Biology into Disease Prophylaxis: Rationally Designed, Structure-based Vaccines for Prion Disease and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
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Neurodegenerative diseases such Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease or Parkinson's disease are caused by the misfolding of specific proteins. These misfolded proteins...

Zoomers to Boomers - Intergenerational Perspectives and Opportunities
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USC Zoomers will moderate and discuss perspectives with Millennials and Boomers in this interactive discussion about academic and personal life decisions,...

Equity in Entrepreneurship as a Catalyst for Global Climate Sustainability
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The growing climate change mitigation economy will require unprecedented levels of social consciousness, educational preparation, and capital investment. The...

Sustainable Growth: Women Breaking New Ground in IT, Finance & Construction
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This panel will feature women executives who lead USC efforts in information technology, finance, and construction and facilities. These business areas cover...

Combinatorics Seminar: On q-Whittaker functions, Toda Hamiltonians and cluster algebras
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Rinat Kedem, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Development Seminar: Meera Mahadevan (UC Irvine)
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I completed my PhD in Economics at the University of Michigan in April, 2019.I will be a post-doctoral fellow with emLab at University of California, Santa...

Special Geometry/Topology/Categorification Seminar: Volume of the moduli space of unmarked bounded positive convex RP2 structures
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Zhe Sun, University of Luxembourg Abstract: For the moduli space of unmarked convex RP2 structures on the surface S_{g,m} with negative Euler...

Supporting Transfer Students for Academic Success and Well-Being
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Transfer students comprise 27% of USC's undergraduate population, but faculty often assume that this vulnerable population is equally equipped for academic...

The Diversity Gym
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With Gamal Palmer, Founder and CEO, Global Eye Entrepreneurs We are all at different levels of our fitness when it comes to biases and prejudice. 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...

Hey What About Me?: Designing Inclusive Online Experiences
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With student populations becoming more diverse, how can we design online learning experiences that are relevant to them? This presentation is a guided...

Completely Re-imagined Definition of "Business Model"
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Models of Impact is a role playing and ideation game that simulates the process of launching a social enterprise. This workshop will introduce participants...

Understanding Implicit Bias with Bryant Marks (3)
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Research has revealed that many Americans show a positive implicit bias toward White Americans vs. African Americans, young vs. old and fit vs. obese....

EMSI - Pre-Modern Mediterranean with Andrea Moudarres
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Andrea Moudarres, University of California, Los Angeles "Political Monsters: Centaurs in Renaissance Florence" Wednesday, March 4, 2020 University of...

Everyone In for USC Homelessness Initiative
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Everyone is welcome! Come and learn about what you can do about homelessness. Presented by The USC Homelessness Initiative & United Way.

Music at Rush Hour: Trojan Brass
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This Wednesday’s Music at Rush Hour concert presents the Trojan Brass group performing exciting contemporary 20th century music. Free refreshments will be...

Trojan Talk with Centerview Partners
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Trojan Talk with Centerview Partners | 2021 Summer Analyst Program Centerview Partners is a leading global investment banking advisory firm with offices in...

Intergenerational Discussion: Language
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This session highlights cross-generational discussions of diversity issues. The panel will feature two family duos - current or recent USC students, and...

PSI CHI: Life As A Grad Student
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DO YOU HAVE POST GRAD PLANS? WE ARE HOSTING A PANEL OF GRAD STUDENTS FROM DISCPLINES IN SOCIAL, CLINICAL, QUANTATIVE, AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY! STOP BY...

USC Architecture Lecture: Michael Murphy
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Michael Murphy, Int FRIBA, is the founding principal and executive director of MASS Design Group, an architecture and design collective that leverages...

Strings: Studio Showcase
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Talented students from the Strings program present an evening of unaccompanied and collaborative works, exploring the wide-ranging chamber music repertoire.

USG Showcase!
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The first of its kind, the USG Showcase will (as it sounds) showcase all branches of USG, featuring an array of performances, involvement opportunities, and...

Dorrance Dance: SOUNDspace
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Dorrance Dance: SOUNDspace A Visions and Voices Signature Event ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP beginning Wednesday, January 29,...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3)
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Set during the Civil War, this explosively powerful new drama by Pulitzer Prize winner Suzan-Lori Parks follows a slave, Hero, from West Texas to the...

Popular Music: First-Year Showcase
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USC Thornton professors Andy Abad and Patrice Rushen lead a showcase of first-year Popular Music students.

Wednesday, March 4