Events

Thursday, March 5

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...

Yoga Glow class
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Healthcare discrimination against the transgender and gender diverse community is well documented and has a significant impact on health outcomes. This...

Personalize Teaching for Diverse Students in Your Classroom
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Presenters: Jenifer Crawford, Carolina Castillo Larrea, Esther Gross Knowledge matters in learning. Personalize learning for racially, linguistically, and...

Promoting the Learning Journey: Engaging Non-Traditionally Aged Students
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Non-traditionally aged students frequently have valuable work and life experience to contribute to the learning experience. During this presentation, we will...

RAI@USC 2020: Golden Wing, Silver Wings: Filmic Representations of the Autobiographical Ethnography of Lin Yueh-Hwa
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For students of Chinese society and culture, Lin Yueh-hwa’s autobiographical ethnography of his native village entitled The Golden Wing: A Sociological Study...

RAI@USC: VR Digital Heritage Hands-On Experience Space—Try It Yourself
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The VR Digital Heritage Experience Space allows you to preview the creative, virtual, and augmented reality products that are a focus of the session...

RAI@USC: VR Digital Heritage Hands-On Experience Space—Try It Yourself
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The VR Digital Heritage Experience Space allows you to preview the creative, virtual, and augmented reality products that are a focus of the RAI@USC session...

Student Mental Health
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If you work at USC, it is likely a student has disclosed a mental health condition to you. Using stories from our work, we will explore the anxieties and...

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...

10am
Virtual Event
Introduction to Teaching Practices that Benefit All Students (online)
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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...

Building Racial Justice into a Masters Program
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Presenters: Robert Filback, Jenifer Crawford, and Emmy Min, USC Rossier School of Education This workshop draws on a four-year equity initiative to...

Intergroup Dialogue Workshop (1)
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Presenters: Anna M. Yeakley, Ph.D, and Teresa Brett, Ph.D. Introduced at the University of Michigan almost 30 years ago, Intergroup Dialogues (IGD) bring...

Peter Hayes Gives Annual Shapiro Scholar Lecture: "Makeshift Murder: The Holocaust at its Peak"
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A public lecture by Peter Hayes (Northwestern University) 2019-2020 Sara and Asa Shapiro Scholar in Residence Often described as "industrialized murder"...

The Impact of Financial Burden on Student Well-being at USC
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Differences in financial status create challenges for students. At USC, paying for food and housing are stressors, and financial stress impacts well-being,...

What We Need is Cultural Humility (rescheduled)
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Presenter: Terence Fitzgerald, Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work, USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work Rescheduled from Tuesday. In the...

Equitable Futures: Unintended Consequences of Conventional Design Methods
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Uncovering the unintended consequences of conventional design methods, and how human-centered design can lead to more equitable futures. In addition,...

Bias, Fairness and Justice: Are Algorithms the Solution or the Problem?
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Presenter: Jonathan Gratch, Director for Virtual Human Research, USC Institute for Creative Technologies AI systems are being used for everything from...

CER: Bias, Fairness and Justice: Are Algorithms the Solution or the Problem?
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AI systems are being used for everything from predicting crime to determining insurance rates — but what happens when human bias creeps in? Jonathan Gratch...

How to Host Accessible Student Events
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Basic principles of equity and inclusion require that events are planned so that all students, no matter their diverse abilities, are able to attend. Yet,...

Religion and Spirituality in Healthcare
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Presenter: Rev. Jim Burklo, Senior Associate Dean of Religious Life Students will listen to a brief talk regarding the relationship between religious...

“What is worse: street crime or suit crime? Evidence of Corruption from Armenia”
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A lecture by Dr. Aram Simonyan, visiting Fulbright Scholar from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.

Recruiting and Supporting Diverse Graduate Student Populations
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Join us for a detailed discussion on USC Viterbi's current Graduate Diversity Recruitment efforts and the unique support enrolled students receive from...

Supporting New Voices in Cinematic Arts: SCA First Generation College Initiative
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Presenters: Evan Hughes, Vicki Higgins, Michael Turcios; Panelists: Lan Duong, Suhail Kufity, Chandler Guzman, Santos Herrera USC has many programs aimed at...

RAI@USC 2020: Knots & Holes: An Essay Film on the Life of Nets
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Knots & Holes: An Essay Film on the Life of Nets (74 min, 2018) Directed by Mattijs Van de Port Country of production: Netherlands A singular...

RAI@USC 2020: This Is My Face/Esta es Mi Cara
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This Is My Face/Esta es Mi Cara (57 min, 2018) Directed by Angélica Cabezas Pino Country of production: Chile In Chile, people living with HIV fear stigma,...

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...

CAA Recruitment Session
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In partnership with USC Dornsife Career Pathways, the Creative Artist Agency will be hosting a virtual event on Thursday, March 5, 2020. THIS IS AN ONLINE...

Diversifying our Graduate Student Body
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Presenters: Presenters: Emmy Min, Jenifer Crawford, and Robert Filback, USC Rossier School of Education The purpose of this session is to discuss how a dual...

Exploring Barriers to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at USC
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A group model building workshop understanding barriers to DEI will allow participants to thoroughly think through personal experiences as well as witnessed...

History Department Coffee Hour!
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Join us every Thursday (3:00-4:00pm) in the SOS Foyer for coffee, tea, treats and conversation at the History Department Coffee Hour! For more...

Intergroup Dialogue Workshop (2)
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Presenters: Anna M. Yeakley, Ph.D, and Teresa Brett, Ph.D. Introduced at the University of Michigan almost 30 years ago, Intergroup Dialogues (IGD) bring...

2020 AWP Conference: A Celebration of the Small Press Poetry Prize
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At some point, most poets enter a contest hosted by a small press. To explore and showcase the diversity of forms and subjects represented in the current...

California Center on Teaching Careers Virtual Job Fair
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The California Center on Teaching Careers (The Center), californiateach.org, is extending the invitation to alumni and current students who might be...

4pm
Virtual Event
INCS 2020: A Conference on the History of Sustainability and Environmental Knowledge
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Award-winning science fiction writer and “climate-obsessed sci-fi genius” Kim Stanley Robinson (the Mars trilogy) and postcolonial scholar Pablo Mukherjee of...

RAI@USC 2020: Filmmaker Event, The Women Weavers of Assam
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The Women Weavers of Assam/Mihin Sutta, Mihin Jibon (94 min, 2019) Directed by Aparna Sharma Country of production: India, United States The Women Weavers...

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...

You Are What You Eat: Nutrition 101
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An insightful and interactive workshop conducted by Nutritionist Carmen Martinez from the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center. This event is hosted by the...

Spy Pilot, Francis Gary Powers, the U-2 Incident, and a Controversial Cold War Legacy
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Based on newly available information, the son of famed U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers presents the facts and dispels misinformation about the Cold War...

Evercore Summer Analyst Information Session
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This is an opportunity for current Sophomores interested in recruiting for Evercore's 2021 Investment Banking Summer Analyst program. The presentation will...

Film Screening: Walkout
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Based on a true story, student activist and Mexican-American Paula Crisostomo (Vega), tired of being treated unequally, decides to take action and stage a...

Power to the People!: Herbie Hancock, Gustavo Dudamel, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic
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Power to the People! Herbie Hancock, Gustavo Dudamel, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Depart USC at 6:15 p.m.; return at 10:30 p.m. ADMISSION: Open to USC...

RAI@USC 2020: Edge of the Knife (Opening Night Film)
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Edge of the Knife (100 min, 2018) Directed by Gwaai Edenshaw and Helen Haig-Brown Country of production: Canada RAI PRESIDENT’S AWARD, 2019 Winner Edge of...

#TUNNELVISION presents: Evil Dead 2 (1987)
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Film screening followed by a conversation with special guest Dr. Aaron Winslow, Thematic Option writing instructor and USC post-doctoral fellow. Open to all...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: Camino Real
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The Camino Real is a dead-end—the end of the road in a police state in a vaguely Latin American country, and an inescapable condition. Characters from...

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...

RAI@USC Opening Reception
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The USC Center of Visual Anthropology invites you to a reception celebrating the opening of the RAI@USC 2020 Film Festival. About RAI@USC 2020 | View...

Thursday, March 5