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.
Speaker: David Bader, Ph.D., Gladys P. Stahlman Chair, Professor of Medicine, Cell, and Developmental Biology, Vanderbilt University.
USC students, faculty and staff are invited this discussion about getting around Los Angeles if you don’t have a car or if you choose not to use your car.
CIS hosts John Mueller (Ohio State University), Toshihiro Higuchi (University of Wisconsin-Madison), and Jacques Hymans (USC) in a panel discussion on nuclear energy after Fukushima.
Join Keck Medical Center of USC experts from the USC Sleep Center at a community forum, as they discuss alternative and novel therapies for those who suffer from sleep apnea.
An award-winning documentary about the shocking and inspiring life story of Vertus Hardiman, the victim of a horrifying medical experiment at the age of five. The film will be screened, followed by a discussion with writer/producer Wilbert Smith, writer/director Brett Leonard and USC social work professor Karen D. Lincoln.
The USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging is co-sponsoring a screening and discussion of an award-winning documentary that tells the shocking, inspiring and extraordinary life story of Vertus Hardiman.
A screening of the documentary series that introduces women who are living under some of the most difficult circumstances imaginable and fighting bravely to change them. The film reflects viable and sustainable options for empowerment and offers an actionable blueprint for transformation.
Inspired by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn's book, this free documentary screening for "Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide" introduces women and girls who are living under some of the most difficult circumstances imaginable ? and fighting bravely to change them. A panel discussion of experts is followed after the screening.
If you love the Comedy Central breakout hit Workaholics, join cast and crew for a sneak preview of a Season 3 episode followed by a panel discussion hosted by USC alum Jack Michelman.
The USC Psychology Services Center is offering a free, 4-session group therapy for women with body image concerns.