Events

Monday, October 31

EY Young Tax Professional of the Year (YTPY) Case Study Competition
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EY | Building a better working world EY exists to build a better working world, helping to create long-term value for clients, people and society and build...

12am
Virtual Event
Research and Fellowships Week 2022
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Academic Programs present the 8th Annual Research and Fellowships Week, October 31 – November 4, 2022. Research and Fellowships Week is an annual event...

True Life: "I Want to Be a Teacher" Webinar | Baltimore City Public Schools
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Hello, everyone - Baltimore City Public Schools (BCPS) welcomes you to our 3rd bi-weekly episode of "True Life: I Want to Be a Teacher." In this webinar we...

8am
Virtual Event
 Business Development Info Session II
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ATTENTION 1st year MBA and MD students! Join us and interact with us in our Business Development Info Session! The Genentech Internship program is an...

9am
Virtual Event
"He Held the Rock," 2022, Leather and wood
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This series of portraits aims to combat the “vanishing Indian” stereotype that persists in American society by exhibiting modern Native American leaders who...

"Sand," 2022, Oil on canvas
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Something From Nothing is a painting and ceramic exhibition and reflection on the place and role of the individual within the overarching divine order of the...

"Dood," (2022), aquatint print, ink on paper
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Here Comes the Cowboy is a self exploration through copper-plated imagery relating to the idealistic realization of Americana and the West by Kaitlin...

Nico Peji: EN MI CASA,
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In this exhibition, Roski artist Nico Peji explores how the design cultures of Mexico and the Philippines have been influenced by Spanish colonization and...

Breaking Silence Poster
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Join Breaking Silence, A Path 2 Courage, and USC Hillel's Bradley Sonnenberg Wellness Initiative for a free interactive and immersive exhibit featuring...

Breaking Silence Poster
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Join Breaking Silence, A Path 2 Courage, and USC Hillel's Bradley Sonnenberg Wellness Initiative for a free interactive and immersive exhibit featuring...

Kroger Early Career Series and College Symposium- Feed Your Future!
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You will have the opportunity to learn about Kroger and our vast early career opportunities over a five-week timeframe. The virtual event series will...

10am
Virtual Event
Increase Your Emotional Intelligence
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In this weekly workshop, students will explore the impact of their emotions. They will learn to improve their emotional intelligence by better identifying...

11am
Virtual Event
Dornsife Dialogues - Witches: Beyond Myths and Magic
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At times revered and at other times persecuted, witches and the phenomenon of witchcraft span global cultures and centuries of history, remaining popular...

12pm
Virtual Event
Math & Chem Placement Exams (Online)
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On behalf of the USC Dornsife Office of Undergraduate Education, language@usc administers placement exams in Chemistry and Mathematics. Exams are offered on...

QM-based multiscale simulation: eyes to see the unseen, buried electric double layer
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Physical Theoretical Chemistry Seminar Professor Hyungjun Kim, Department of Chemistry, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) Please...

Social Area Brown Bag: Nikolos Guerney, USC Institute for Creative Technologies
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Nikolos Guerney, USC Institute for Creative Technologies http://nmgurney.com/about/

Environmental Humanities Working Group: Surroundings, chapter 2
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This year, the working group voted to read ​​Surroundings: A History of Environments and Environmentalisms, by Etienne Benson (Chicago 2020). Thanks to Kimia...

1pm
Virtual Event
WiSE Alumni Lecture Series: Renee Wang
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The Women in Science and Engineering Program (WiSE) is hosting a series of talks aimed at connecting undergraduate and graduate students in STEM with USC...

Mathematical Finance Colloquium: Title: Strong solutions to submodular mean field games with common noise and related McKean‐Vlasov FBSDEs
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Jodi Dianetti University of Bielefeld, Germany [talk in person] or Zoom Meeting:...

Thoughts, Feelings, Physical Sensations & Behaviors
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Participants will explore their thoughts, feelings, physical sensations, and behaviors associated with negative body image. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and...

3pm
Virtual Event
CAMS Colloquium: Nonlocal PDEs and Quantum Optics
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John Schotland, Yale University Abstract: Quantum optics is the quantum theory of the interaction of light and matter. In this talk, I will describe recent...

USC Peace Garden Fall Festival and Halloween Party
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Come to the USC Peace Garden Fall Festival and Halloween Party for a great autumn party experience! And, stay tuned via our Instagram @uscpeacegarden for...

USC Topology Seminar: Boundary VOA and braided tensor categories from 3d N=4 abelian gauge theories
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Wenjun Niu, UC Davis Abstract: In this talk, I will explain the construction of a class of vertex operator algebras and the category of modules of these...

Influences on Food and Eating
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This workshop will focus on how our identity and backgrounds (e.g., culture, ethnicity, religion, gender) influence our eating patterns, nutrition and how we...

4pm
Virtual Event
Photo of a student trumpeter playing their instrument on stage.
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ALAJE, the Afro-Latin American Jazz Ensemble led by Jazz Studies Professor of Percussion Aarón Serfaty, features music from various genres of Latin culture....

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: Into The Woods
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Another legendary adaptation hits the stage, this time bringing to life the Brothers Grimm’s not-so-innocent fairytales about desire, family and the choices...

Monday, October 31