USC Paleosciences Research Seminar Series
The USC Paleosciences Research Consortium presents:
Christopher Campisano, PhD, "Core Questions in Hominin Evolution: Testing Environmental Hypotheses via Scientific Drilling"
USC Architecture Career Week: Resume/Portfolio & Interview Workshops
USC Architecture Career Week is a 5-day focus on career development for all students at the USC School of Architecture.
Activities held during the week emphasize the bridge between completing a student's formal education as they transition and prepare to enter the professional world.
Come have your resume/portfolio reviewed!
Student Geometry & Topology Seminar
Spatial Sciences Institute Open House
Interested in how the spatial sciences can help you address issues of sustainability, human security, data science, and health and well-being? Come learn about our GE courses, minors, GeoDesign major, study abroad programs, progressive degree options, research opportunities, and internships! Meet current Spatial Sciences students, talk with faculty, and enjoy light refreshments.
Student Information Session: Homelessness Policy Fellowship
The USC Price Office of Career Services is hosting the Homelessness Policy Fellowship Information Session, sponsored by the United Way, on Tuesday, March 20 from 11:00 - 11:45 in RGL 100.
For questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
USC Stem Cell Seminar: Anne Brunet, Stanford University
Host: Gage Crump
Live webcast at keckmedia.usc.edu/stem-cell-seminar
Academic Open House Fall 2018
Join the Department for our biannual academic open house! Learn about Fall 2018 courses, program offerings, and study abroad opportunities. Mingle with faculty and staff and enjoy Persian food. The open house will be held Tuesday, March 20th from 12 pm - 2:00 pm in SOS B40.
David St. John in conversation with Béatrice Mousli
Professor David St. John, Chair, department of English in conversation with Béatrice Mousli, author or SUSAN SONTAG. Please RSVP at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Death in City: Planning Implications for Challenging the American Way of Death
DUPSA Seminar Series, presented by Professor David Sloane.
David Sloane, Ph.D., teaches courses in urban planning, policy, history, and community health planning. He facilitates Borthwick George Washington Lecture Series, a USC Price project in collaboration with the Fred W. Smith Library for the Study of George Washington at Mount Vernon. His research examines urban planning and public health, health disparities and community development, and public and private commemoration. He is author of The Last Great Necessity: Cemeteries in American History (1991), co-author (with Beverlie Conant Sloane) of Medicine Moves to the Mall (2003), and editor of Planning Los Angeles (2012), as well articles and book chapters on related research topics. His new book, Is the Cemetery Dead? will appear in spring 2018.
Lunch will be served.
Kundalini Yoga with Susan - Happy Hour with OWHP
Join us for yoga as part of the Happy Hour with OWHP series.