Events

Thursday, June 4

Cancellation of in-person university-sponsored events

In compliance with Provost Zukoski's memorandum to the USC community, please be advised that all in-person university-sponsored events, on-campus and...

Thursday Research Seminar

Every Thursday faculty and students will present their talks for the Otolaryngology Research Seminar Series. It will take place on Zoom at 8:30 am. For the...

8:30am
Virtual Event
Human Vaccines Project's Global COVID Lab Meeting

This event is not sponsored or endorsed by USC or the Office of Research. With the Global COVID Lab Meeting, the Human Vaccines Project brings together the...

Healing Power of Positive Thinking

Sponsored by Body-Mind Student Caucus When: Every Thursday (Spring and summer 2020) - 11:00 AM– 12:00 PM Attend from anywhere here

11am
Virtual Event
Dornsife Dialogues: Social Media and the Post-COVID-19 Landscape

As the pandemic has unfolded, social media has once again demonstrated how it can inform – or mislead – by encouraging the spread of literally deadly...

12pm
Virtual Event
Re-opening America post COVID-19

Extended Price Talks with Local Leaders Featuring: Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis, 50th Lieutenant Governor of California Mayor Lindsey P....

Social Media and the Post-COVID-19 Landscape

As the pandemic has unfolded, social media has once again demonstrated how it can inform -“ or mislead -“ by encouraging the spread of literally deadly...

 ALI Summer Conversation Groups (Online)

Conversation Groups (provided by USC's American Language Institute) aims at promoting English conversation between USC’s international and native...

2pm
Virtual Event
Tommy Talks - Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics: Understanding the Numbers Behind the COVID-19 Pandemic

USC Marshall Professor Dawn Porter discusses statistical data behind the COVID-19 pandemic

2:30pm
Virtual Event
BCLA Webinar Patterns in the Pandemic: Entrepreneur Experiences and What You can Learn

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us all to reset our plans, reconsider our priorities, and cope with a major shift in our society. Scott Witt, an...

City on Fire: The Fight for Hong Kong

Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a discussion with Hong Kong-based author and photographer Antony Dapiran for a look at his new book on the...

HOW CAN HUMANS COEXIST WITH MONSTER WILDFIRES? (USC ICW,  Zócalo)

A Zócalo/Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West Event Moderated by Nathan Rott, National Desk Correspondent,...

How Can Humans Coexist With Monster Wildfires?

Join Zócalo Public Square and ICW for an online panel to discuss, “How Can Humans Coexist With Monster Wildfires?” From Australia to the Amazon to the...

6:30pm
Virtual Event

Thursday, June 4