In this exhibit, USC professor Zoltan Tokes and fine art photographer Richard Fukuhara use images from daily life and history to consider the mysteries of memory, time, social and natural order.
"The Collecting Continues" showcases several major gifts that have shaped and further enhanced the museum's permanent collection over the decades.
GymFlow is a free iPhone app that helps you find the least busy times at the Lyon Center so you know the best time to work out.
The Electrical Engineering Research Festival, hosted by the Ming Hsieh Institute (MHI), is a day-long event that showcases EE Ph.D. student research through posters and oral presentations.
Francille Wilson, Associate Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity and History, brings her unique perspective to the What Matters to Me & Why program. Join us for lunch and hear what is important to Professor Wilson.
This week the Bedrosian Center will focus on Gun Policy and National Security with Erroll Southers.
Dr. Jonathan Fine is a former advisor on arms control and conflict resolution at the IDF strategic division planning branch. He often lectures Elite IDF units and courses such as the IDF air force pilot course, naval officer course, IDF Commando units, and the IDF Tactical Command College.
An inspiring conversation will feature performer Haerry Kim, director Natsuko Ohama, playwright Velina Hasu Houston, performing-arts critic Meiling Cheng and visual artist Chang-Jin Lee. They will address issues related to Asian and Asian American women and the power of the arts in giving voice to social issues.
The USC Psychology Services Center is offering a free, 4-session group therapy for women with body image concerns.