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Health screenings at HSC (Keck Hospital)

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Earn $40 off your monthly health care premium by completing your in-person health screening, provided by BioIQ.

On-Campus Recruiting

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Looking for a job or internship? Sign your On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) contract to be eligible for recruiting interviews!

OCR gives current USC students the opportunity to interview with employers who visit the Career Center during the Fall and Spring semesters. Full-time jobs and paid internships are offered
through the program.

Find OCR listings in connectSC under the "Jobs, Internships & OCR Interviews" tab beginning in late August. Interviews occur mid September through mid November for the Fall semester and
mid January through mid April for the Spring semester. Resume submission deadlines vary, so check connectSC often!


For more information & how to get started visit https://careers.usc.edu/students/find-a-job/sign-up-for-on-campus-recruiting/

The Journey of Transformation: IPPAM 20th Anniversary Celebration

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The USC Price School's International Public Policy and Management Program is pleased to invite you to attend its 20th Anniversary Celebration Luncheon.

 

Monday, October 16, 2017

11:30 am - 2:00 pm

Town and Gown

University Park Campus

 

Keynote speeches by:

 

Terry Tamminen

CEO of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, Author, Lecturer, and Strategist on Energy and the Environment

Former Secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency under Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger

 

Bridgett Luther

Co-Founder, The Disruptive Factory and Former Director, California Department of Conservation

 

AFTERNOON PANEL DISCUSSION

 

Innovative Economics: Global Strategies

Town and Gown

2:30 pm – 5:00 pm

 

Please RSVP on or before October 5, 2017 by emailing annabrah@usc.edu

CLASS Workshop: Andrew Coe (USC Marshall, USC POIR) "The Tragedy of Arming"

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Andrew Coe (USC Marshall, USC POIR) will present his paper "The Tragedy of Arming" at the ninth installment of the Center for Law and Social Science (CLASS) Workshop. 

CLASS Workshops are a weekly seminar that invite visiting speakers and provide a venue for members of the Law School and broader USC community  to discuss leading-edge work on law and social science.

CLASS is an umbrella organization dedicated to a core intellectual mission of the Gould School of Law-investigating the relationship between law and the social sciences, spanning the fields of economics, political science, psychology, sociology and more.

More information about CLASS Workshops can be found here.

Open enrollment presentation at HSC

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Stop by to get your benefits questions answered in person by benefits representatives!

Planetary Health: Human Health Impacts of Environmental Change

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Join Christopher Golden, associate director of the research consortium Planetary Health Alliance, for a discussion of planetary health, an emergent field that characterizes the human health impacts of broad, rapidly accelerating environmental change. Humans have massively disrupted the natural systems of the planet and, consequently, the physical and mental health of the human population is vulnerable to these changes. Golden has researched these themes over the past 18 years in Madagascar, within the context of rapid ecosystem transformation, devastating poverty, significant health challenges and a trying political system. His work broadly focuses on the intersections of environmental change and human health, including the impact of terrestrial wildlife declines on food security and human nutrition; the impact of marine fishery collapses on food security and human nutrition; disease transmission dynamics between wildlife and humans and the potential for the next outbreak; and progress to date in developing culturally appropriate interventions to tackle these problems. 

Christopher Golden, PhD, MPH
Associate Director, Planetary Health Alliance
Research Scientist, Department of Environmental Health
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health


Lunch provided!

This event will be recorded and also live-streamed on our Facebook page: http://facebook.com/uscglobalhealth

This seminar is hosted by the USC Institute for Global Health, Division of International Emergency Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, and GlobeMed at USC as part of the USC Global Health Lecture Series.

 

Social PSYC Brown Bag- Sheila Murphy

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Sheila Murphy

Professor of Communication at Annenberg, USC

Social Psychology Brownbag - Dr. Sheila Murphy

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The social psychology brownbag talk series. This week we have Dr. Sheila Murphy presenting her talk: Just a Spoonful of Sugar Helps the Messages Go Down:  Exploring the Psychological Mechanisms Underlying Narrative Persuasion

Abstract: Dr. Sheila Murphy and Nathan Walter will present a series of experimental studies demonstrating that narratives or stories can be a valuable tool in changing knowledge, attitudes, and behavior, exploring psychological mechanisms such as identification, transportation, reactance, perceived interactivity, and vicarious self-affirmation that underlie these effects. This line of research offers theoretical and practical implications for changing behavior in contexts where reason and logic prove ineffective.

The Boudreaux Visiting Writers Series with Cynthia Hogue

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Cynthia Hogue has published thirteen books, including eight collections of poetry, most recently, The Incognito Body (2006), Or Consequence (2010), the co-authored When the Water Came: Evacuees of Hurricane Katrina (interview-poems with photographs by Rebecca Ross ), published in 2010 in the University of New Orleans Press’ Engaged Writers Series, and Revenance, listed as one of the 2014 “Standout” books by the Academy of American Poets.

Since 2006, Hogue has been an active translator from contemporary French poetry whose translations have appeared in American Letters & Commentary, Aufgabe, Interim, Poetry International, APR and Field, among other journals. Her co-authored, book-length translation, Fortino Sámano (The overflowing of the poem), from the French of Virginie Lalucq and Jean-Luc Nancy, was published by Omnidawn in 2012, and won the Harold Morton Landon Translation Award from the Academy of American Poets in 2013.   Also known for her criticism, she has published many essays on poetry, ranging from that of Emily Dickinson to Kathleen Fraser and Harryette Mullen.  Her critical work includes the co-edited editions We Who Love To Be Astonished: Experimental Feminist Poetics and Performance Art (U of Alabama P, 2001); Innovative Women Poets: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry and Interviews (U of Iowa P, 2006); and the first edition of H.D.’s The Sword Went Out to Sea (Synthesis of a Dream), by Delia Alton (UP of Florida, 2007).

Among Hogue’s honors are an NEA Fellowship in poetry, the H.D. Fellowship at the Beinecke Library at Yale University, a MacDowell Colony residency, and the Witter Bynner Translation Fellowship at the Santa Fe Art Institute. Hogue served as the Distinguished Visiting Writer at Cornell University in the Spring of 2014. She was a 2015 NEA Fellow in Translation, and holds the Maxine and Jonathan Marshall Chair in Modern and Contemporary Poetry at Arizona State University.  In June the Labyrinth is her ninth collection of poetry.

 

 

 

12: 00 PM LUNCHEON & TALK 

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3:00PM POETRY READING

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Writing Center Workshop: Building Strong Paragraphs

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