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.
Don't miss Internship Week with several events to meet potential employers and find internships relevant to your chosen career interests. Come learn more about where internships can take you!
Throughout the four months, Art 4 All People and the IGM Art Gallery will host a number of arts and healing events, workshops, and panels.
As never been done before, The Triumph of Philippine Art exhibits the nation's political story and turmoil. The exhibition features various Contemporary Filipino-American artists and has been compiled by M. Teresa Lapid Rodriguez, who has personally experienced firsthand the revolution in the Philippines.
USC Annenberg's School of Journalism and the Center on Communication Leadership & Policy (CCLP) present a series of conversations focused on women and leadership in journalism.
This seminar convenes a distinguished panel to discuss the Plan for a Healthy Los Angeles, a new health and wellness chapter to the General Plan Framework Element. The Plan for a Healthy Los Angeles will establish new citywide policy directives that will focus on creating greater opportunities for healthy living and improved quality of life. PANELISTS: Manuel Pastor Professor, Sociology and American Studies and Ethnicity at USC, Director, Program for Environmental and Regional Equity (PERE) Elizabeth Carvajal Urban Planning and Public Health Specialist, Raimi + Associates Malcolm Carson General Counsel, Policy Director, Community Health Councils MODERATOR: David Sloane Professor, Urban Planning, Development and History at University of Southern California Price School of Public Policy
A Series on Race, Power, and Critical Thought whose aim is to highlight the research of American Studies and Ethnicity (ASE) core and affiliated faculty and graduate students, and to build community through sustained conversations and workshops.
Join us in watching the celebrated comedy documentary The Muslims Are Coming, which follows a band of Muslim-American comedians as they visit big cities, small towns, rural vilages, and everything in
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.