USC Price School of Public Policy

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UIDP Project Summit 2017

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Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa (Map)

Mina Zion, Associate Director, Corporate Collaborations (Life Sciences) from the USC Stevens Center for Innovation will be attending the UIDP Project Summit 2017 in San Diego, California from January 18-19, 2017. To arrange to meet with Mina Zion and discuss ways to collaborate with the University of Southern California, visit our Contact Us page.

The UIDP Project Summits are in-person working group meetings providing opportunities for members to engage with each other and advance UIDP Project objectives.

UIDP (University Industry Demonstration Partnership) is a project-oriented organization where members identify issues impacting university-industry (U-I) relations and opportunities to develop new approaches to working together.

Trojan Farmers Market

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McCarthy Quad (Map)

Buy your fresh fruit, veggies and healthy snacks for the week from local farmers at the Trojan Farmers Market!

The market also offers a variety of food vendors with delicious ethnic cuisine. There's always something to see (or taste) in the Hospitality tent, visit our Facebook page each week for a preview. The market is now accepting EBT. Please see the Market Manager for more details.

Want more info? Contact USC Hospitality’s Marketing Department at (213) 821-5707.

Preparing for the Career Fair for International Students

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Student Union (STU) (Map)
B3

This workshop is open to all USC students and specifically discusses how international students can effectively prepare and navigating our upcoming Spring 2017 Career Fair on February 9.

Reservations are requested for this event. Your seat is not guaranteed unless you register. To reserve a seat, log into connectSC, search for the event under "Events," and click "RSVP".

Quantifying the Impact of Next-Generation Modes of Delivery

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Hughes Aircraft Electrical Engineering Center (EEB) (Map)
EEB 248

2017 Spring Research Seminars

Please join us for our first METRANS Research Seminar of 2017, cosponsored by the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.  This event is open to the public, so please feel free to share the invitation with your friends and colleagues.

Presented by John Carlsson, USC ISE

Lunch will be served.  Please RSVP so we may reserve your lunch.

What Matters to Me & Why with Jody Armour

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Ground Zero Performance Cafe (TRO) (Map)

Jody David Armour is the Roy P. Crocker Professor of Law at the University of Southern California.  He has been a member of the faculty since 1995.  Professor Armour's expertise ranges from personal injury claims to claims about the relationship between racial justice, criminal justice, and the rule of law.  Professor Armour studies the intersection of race and legal decision making as well as torts and tort reform movements.

Will Social Impact Bonds (Pay for Success) Transform the Way We Do the Business of Social Welfare?

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TBD (Map)

This Center on Social Innovation seminar will feature V. Kasturi Rangan of the Harvard Business School.

 

SIBs came to the U.S. in 2012 by way of U.K., attracting a lot of attention, especially its ability to attract private capital in the service of public good. Nearly 13 contracts have been written in areas such as juvenile recidivism, homelessness, primary education, and diabetes prevention. The talk will review some of the early lessons from those contracts and attempt to project the future of PFS in solving the many difficult social issues facing our country and society. The talk will position the contribution of PFS in the larger context of the nonprofit sector and also explore the range of models brought to play by the Social Sector, in addition to PFS, that might lead to a more effective coalition of public-private partnerships in addressing issues of poverty.

 

Please RSVP for lunch and event location.

Rally for Inclusion and Tolerance

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E. F. Hutton Park (Map)

A group of USC faculty will hold a rally demonstrating faculty solidarity with students and staff who are feeling vulnerable in the current political climate.

The Rally for Inclusion and Tolerance, which will take place during Inauguration week, will be on Wednesday, January 18 in E. F. Hutton Park, adjacent to Norris Theater. Faculty, staff and students are invited to make a brief statement or read a brief passage at the rally. 

All are welcome.

Rally for Inclusion and Tolerance

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E. F. Hutton Park (Map)

A gathering organized by USC faculty in solidarity with students, staff and families. All are welcome!

Rally for Inclusion and Tolerance

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E.F. Hutton Park (Map)
Adjacent to the Annenberg School

A group of USC faculty will hold a rally demonstrating faculty solidarity with students and staff who are feeling vulnerable in the current political climate.

The Rally for Inclusion and Tolerance, which will take place during Inauguration week, will be on Wednesday, January 18 in E. F. Hutton Park, adjacent to Norris Theater. Faculty, staff and students are invited to make a brief statement or read a brief passage at the rally. 

All are welcome.

Kundalini Yoga with Susan - Happy Hour with OWHP

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Engemann Student Health Center (ESH) (Map)
Trojan Conference Room