A conference marks the 20th anniversary of the 1992 civil unrest in Los Angeles, charting a city on the rise.
The National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events at USC presents a talk by author Brian Michael Jenkins.
Come support your students or fellow undergraduates as they extend classroom conversations by sharing insights and reflections on matters arising from discussions in their FYI courses.
Carol Aneshensel, professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences at UCLA, lectures as part of the Multidisciplinary Research Colloquium Series in Aging.
Join USC Marshall Society and Business Lab for a Lunch & Learn presentation by Melodie Holden, founder and board member of Venture Strategies Innovations.
The Schaeffer Center presents a lecture by Kate Ho, associate professor of Economics at Columbia University.
Lectures by 2012 laureates John H. Seinfeld of the California Institute of Technology and Kirk R. Smith of UC Berkeley.
Acclaimed European choreographer Nikos Lagousakos directs the School of Theatre Repertory Dance Company in an evening of dance with an international flair.
The USC Thornton Jazz Honors Combo headlines this ongoing series featuring a variety of student jazz ensembles.
The USC Thornton Chamber Singers, directed by Jo-Michael Scheibe, present works by great modern American composers.
Black-and-white images culled from the USC Archives and the USC Digital Library celebrate the iconic architecture and traditions that have helped shape the university’s identity.
Photos, documents, scrapbooks, recordings, films and costumes illuminate queer activism and culture in Los Angeles from the 1940s to the 1980s.
The USC Hillel Art Gallery presents its fifth annual student exhibition — this year honoring Stanley and Elyse Grinstein and their influence on art in Los Angeles.
This CEO program includes exposure to the following: design topics, design processes and implementation, and participant case analyses and peer consulting.
“The Best Of” exhibition showcases the top student artworks from the year’s three shows: “Natural Beauty,” “A Healthy Imagination” and “Through the Lens.”