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.
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 U.S.-China Institute presents a public screening of the latest episode in our Assignment:China series on American media coverage of China.
Music director Bob Mintzer and the hard-swinging USC Thornton Jazz Orchestra headline this ongoing series in Ground Zero.
In celebration of the tenth anniversary of the USC Libraries Wonderland Award, experience a wonderfully creative installation comprising digital animation, light projection and more. The exhibition will explore questions relating to spectacle, environmental art and the integration of library collections into artistic experiences.
On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) is a recruiting method used by employers seeking to hire interns and entry-level employees from some of the brightest and most talented college students.
Emergency Neurological Life Support for Traumatic Brain Injury - Featuring Dr. Stuart Swadron, Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine and Assistant Dean for Pre-Health Undergraduate Studies
Volunteer around Los Angeles! The USC Volunteer Center's Friends and Neighbors Service Day offers students and community members an opportunity to go out into the surrounding community to help with projects like gardening at schools, dog-walking with animal shelters, reading to kids, and painting murals.
Please join us for one of three plays in the New Works Festival Year 2 .
Joseph Pereira, Thornton faculty and principal timpanist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, leads this student ensemble in an evening of percussion works.
The USC U.S.-China Institute launches "Building U.S.-China Trust: Through Next Generation People, Platforms & Programs," a joint report by the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism & The School of International Studies of Peking University
In the early 1920s, Hollywood's superstar Rudolph Valentino and Italian dictator Benito Mussolini gained outstanding popularity in America.