Events

Friday, March 6

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...

SECRETS OF THE SURFACE: The Mathematical Vision of Maryam Mirzakhani
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A documentary film by GEORGE CSICSERY USC Film Screening The film examines the life and mathematical work of Maryam Mirzakhani, an Iranian immigrant to...

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...

Why are So Few Education Entrepreneurs Women or People of Color?
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In a knowledge economy, the most important asset is people and education is the key to unlocking people's potential. However, for many, access to high...

RAI@USC 2020: Walker's
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The short film Walker’s portrays a historic black barbershop in North Carolina. This community forum invites barbers and patrons of The New Millennium Sports...

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...

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
Climbing Conflict Mountain: Changing Climate with Successful Conversations
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This two-hour training session introduces participants to Mediation Training Institute's Conflict Mountain model and the four-step process to engage in a...

EMSI - Long 18th C with Julia Fawcett
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Julia Fawcett, University of California, Berkeley "Performing Personal Space in Restoration London" Friday, March 6, 2020 Huntington Library 1151 Oxford...

Pacific Islander Community Engagement
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Hosted by the USC Pacific Islander Student Association (PISA) This session explores Pacific Islander (PI) representation on USC’s campus with the Pacific...

RAI@USC 2020: Student-Curated Films
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Films in this program were selected—from among the 56 titles screened at the 16th RAI Festival in Bristol—by the students of Anthropology 476, Ethnographic...

Bystander Intervention Training
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You are invited to attend RSVP’s Bystander Intervention Training! The Training is designed to teach campus leaders about the importance of being a prosocial...

Dialoguing Across Differences
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This interactive session introduces participants to The National SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) Project’s pedagogical techniques (including...

Fall 2020 Registration Open House
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Learn more about the SSCI courses offered in the Summer and Fall 2020 semester in our different academic programs.

Professions of International Relations: National Security Networking Event
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March 06, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm USC’s International Relations and Foreign Service Professional Fraternity, Delta Phi Epsilon (DPE), is hosting a...

Ability Ally: Changing the Climate of Ableism
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This session will explore social justice as it relates to equal access in higher education. We will learn how to be an Ally to students with disabilities...

David A. Goldstein Memorial Lecture with Katy Butler
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Second Anual David A. Goldstein Memorial Lecture, which honors David’s life and contributions to the University of Southern California. Special thanks to the...

AAMC Chronicles: Creating the Ideal Medical Education Continuum
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How is the AAMC tackling competencies in diversity, equity, and inclusion across the medical education continuum (Undergraduate Medical Education (UME),...

Changing the Climate of Clinical Trial Diversity
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Clinical Trials (CTs) have not been diverse--they're commonly over-represented by middle-age white males. RegSC club members have conducted research to...

Confronting Racial and Environmental Injustice in South LA: Implications for Sustainable Development
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The session will be co-led by a representative from Strategic Concepts in Organizing and Policy Education (SCOPE) and a representative from the Climate...

First Gen Student Allyship
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Description coming. Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/first-gen-student-allyship-tickets-94230948303

Hatha Yoga with Connie Chang
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Free Weekly Yoga Classes for the Trojan Family at the University Religious Center, Fishbowl. Fridays @12pm

Imposter Syndrome and Diversity: Microaggressions and Biases from Within
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A one-hour, interactive in-person session on how imposter syndrome impacts women, people of color, veterans, economically disadvantaged youth, and...

Molecular & Computational Biology Colloquium Series: Michael Cox, PhD
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Dr. Michael Cox from the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin, Madison will present on "the E.coli RadD, Uup, RecG and RecF proteins and...

Society of Fellows Conversations Across the Humanities: Faculty Fellows Present Their Work
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USC Society of Fellows Conversations Across the Humanities are structured discussions of issues and themes of interest to faculty, postdocs, and students...

Voice Symposium 2020
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Please join RSVP to learn more about the intersectionality of power- and gender-based harm through the lens of campus sex culture, revenge porn, art, and...

Fellowship Friday
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Stop by our open advisement hours to chat with staff and other future applicants about fellowship opportunities around the world! Light refreshments served.

Global Digital Equity: Making Educator Professional Development More Accessible and Inclusive with Mobile Teacher
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The Mobile Teacher app works without Internet to localize and democratize access to more representative professional development content for educators in...

LUNCH AND LEARN: Dr. Sarah Felstein-Ewing - How Adolescents Respond to Addiction in the Brain
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Many clinicians who provide mental health treatment find developmental neuroscience discoveries to be exciting. However, the utility of these findings often...

Student Engagement Data Walk: A Deep Dive into Findings from the 2019 AAU Campus Climate Survey
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Presenters: Diane Medsker, Wit Thainiyom, Amanda Vanni, and Elissa Hawker This session will offer a deep dive into findings from the 2019 AAU Campus Climate...

Cultural Center Discussion
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Hosted by Jeffrey Cho, USG Chief Diversity Officer, with the USG DEI Council The DEI Council of Undergraduate Student Government will be hosting a space to...

Success in the Diversity of Age
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The climate of our society is ever-changing. The topic of diversity in age will be discussed and the analysis of current myths and workplace barriers will be...

USC LAW: Hale Moot Court Final Round
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Hear mock oral arguments in front of the "Supreme Court" for USC Gould School of Law's 71st Annual Hale Moot Court Oral Advocacy Competition. This year's...

RAI@USC 2020: Short Films
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SCREENINGS IN THIS PROGRAM: The Sounds of Street Vendors: Havana, Cuba (8 min, 2015) Directed by Michael Brims Country of production: United States,...

Econometrics Seminar: Eleonora Granziera (Norges Bank)
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Research Economist in the Research Unit of the Norges Bank. Previously worked as Senior Research Economist at the Bank of Finland and Research Economist at...

Probability and Statistics Seminar: Mathematical Foundations of Deep Learning
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Pierre Baldi, UC Irvine Abstract: Deep Learning is at the center of AI and a myriad of applications ranging from medical imaging to games. I will...

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...

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Virtual Event
GARY B. COHEN DISTINGUISHED LECTURESHIP IN HISTORY with DAVID W. BLIGHT - "Composite Nation:  Frederick Douglass and the Hope of Democracy in These Authoritarian Times"
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March 6, 2020 -- 4 pm -- VPD 105 (Verna and Peter Dauterive Hall) In 1869 Douglass delivered a speech, “Composite Nation,” in which he imagined a new...

RAI@USC 2020: LGBTQ+ Rainbow Reel
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LGBTQ+ Rainbow Reel showcases films about the lives and social and political challenges of LGBTQ people in countries around the world. USC Kinetic, a student...

Kim Stanley Robinson on the History of Arctic Exploration
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March 8 talk by newnowned Hugo and Nebula award-winning science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson. Part of a USC-hosted conference on the history of...

RAI@USC 2020: Recognizing and Honoring Native American Artists and Collaborations
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Features a land acknowledgement recognizing the history and presence of Indigenous peoples and their enduring relationship to their lands; welcome from...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: A Midsummer Night's Dream
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Romance, lust, nature, mysticism and the blurred lines between dreams and reality are explored in an enchanted moonlit forest on a warm summer night. Join us...

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...

Baroque Sinfonia: Tempest Toss’d-Theatrical Music of Restoration England
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Adam Gilbert leads the Baroque Sinfonia in a performance featuring theatrical music from Restoration England with staged scenes from masques and comedies.

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.

RAI@USC 2020: Anthropology’s Coming Out x First Friday
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A student-led, participatory event in collaboration with First Friday. Organizers: Pudu Blamoh, Andrea Marin, Syann Cromwell, Quia McKnight, Ithalia...

Friday, March 6