Lecture by Cuban neuroscientist, Dr. Pedro Valdes-Sosa

Monday, February 29, 2016 at 7:00pm

Seeley G. Mudd Building (SGM), 123
Los Angeles, CA 90089

USC El Centro Chicano & the USC Office of the Provost present

"Latino Last Lecture Series" 

"If you could only give one last lecture, what would you say?"

The lecture series showcase the life stories of prominent speakers through the intersectionality of their professional, personal, and cultural life-long experiences.

Cuban neuroscientist, Dr. Pedro Valdes-Sosa, Director of the Cuban Neuroscience Center in Havana

He will be examining emerging Cuban-US relations and how to enrich them through scientific interaction and education. 

Q&A Co-moderated: USC Professor and Director of the Tomás Rivera Policy Institute Roberto Suro & Director El Centro Chicano Billy Vela

Co-sponsored by: USC Panhellenic Council, Project ReMiX, USC Latina/o Student Assembly, USC Neuroscience Graduate Program (NGP), USC Asian Pacific American Student Services (APASS), The USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute, Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs at USCLaboratory of Neuro Imaging (LONI),USC LGBT Resource CenterBD2K Training Coordination CenterUSC - Latino Law Students AssociationUSC Graduate Student Government,Multicultural Greek Council at USC, & USC Latino Social Work Caucus

We look forward to seeing you and friends at this new series!

Feel free to contact us at ecc@usc.edu or 213.740.1480 with any questions about the event!

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University Park Campus



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