The Visions and Voices Initiative emphasizes USC's commitment to interdisciplinary approaches. Check out the spectacular array of events conceived and organized by faculty and schools throughout the university.
The USC Pacific Asia Museum hosts a collection of over 15,000 objects, spanning more than five thousand years, that include rare examples of art and ethnographic objects from Asia and the Pacific Islands.
Join Leaders in the field of Gerontology from around the world for multi-disciplinary presentations addressing the aging populations in the Asia Pacific Rim.
Changing Values, Changing Times, Fisher's fall 2014 Permanent Collection exhibition, promotes a conversation between Old Master and contemporary works of art.
In his seminal book Design with Nature, Ian McHarg articulated ground-breaking concepts in ecological planning and what later became geographic information science. Learn about the roots of GeoDesign from Donald H. Brackenbush, who knew McHarg well and who worked with him on the production of Design with Nature.
USC professor Jacob Soll examines the origins of modern politics by considering often-overlooked elements of history. His most recent book, The Reckoning: Financial Accountability and the Rise and Fall of Nations, reveals how accounting can be used both to build kingdoms, empires and entire civilizations, and to undermine them.
“Of Many” chronicles the unlikely friendship forged by two men -- the Muslim and Jewish spiritual leaders representing New York University's student body -- and how they banded their groups together to provide aid to Americans struck by disaster.
The USC Urban Growth Seminars bring top practitioners and leading researchers to discuss innovative responses to complex urban issues
The Deparment of History Cordially Invites all Majors, Minors and Friends to the 5th annual Celebration of History featuring a Reception, Dinner, and a Presentation by Professor Wolf Gruner entitled Resistance to Genocide: A Personal Journey to Understand Racism and Mass Violence.
Los Angeles artist Miri Chais reflects on the increasingly porous boundaries between the physical world and augmented reality and the future of mankind in this age of technological evolution.
Enjoy free yoga in the museum, a series co-sponsored by USC Recreational Sports.
All youngsters, especially those from poor and minority backgrounds, need a champion, someone who believes in them. The most effective approaches, whether providing high-quality preschool or keeping high school students on track to graduate, depend on fostering bonds of caring between teachers and their students. A lecture with UC Berkeley Professor Dr. David L. Kirp. Moderated by Dr. William G. Tierney.