University Industry Demonstration Partnership conference
Mina Zion, Associate Director, Corporate Collaborations at the USC Stevens Center for Innovation, will be attending the UIDP General Meeting on September 25, 2017 to September 28, 2017 in Detroit, Michigan.
The semi-annual meeting brings together university and industry sector leaders to explore emerging and contemporary issues and ideas impacting university-industry collaboration.
To arrange to meet Mina Zion, visit our Contact Us page: http://stevens.usc.edu/contact-us.
The MedTech Conference
Meet our USC Stevens Center for Innovation team at The MedTech Conference in San Jose, California September 25, 2017 to September 27, 2017. Attending from USC Stevens will be:
- Jennifer Dyer, Executive Director
- Lawrence Lau, Associate Director, Corporate Collaborations, Physical & Information Sciences
- Moumita Chakraborty, Licensing Associate
Formerly known as AdvaMed, the MedTech Conference is the largest annual gathering of medical technology professionals in North America. The 3-day event will feature business development, innovative technology, and networking with policymakers, business executives and industry leaders.
Arrange to meet with our team members in San Jose by clicking on the names above or visiting our Contact Us page.
Looking for a job or internship? Sign your On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) contract to be eligible for recruiting interviews!
OCR gives current USC students the opportunity to interview with employers who visit the Career Center during the Fall and Spring semesters. Full-time jobs and paid internships are offered
through the program.
Find OCR listings in connectSC under the "Jobs, Internships & OCR Interviews" tab beginning in late August. Interviews occur mid September through mid November for the Fall semester and
mid January through mid April for the Spring semester. Resume submission deadlines vary, so check connectSC often!
For more information & how to get started visit https://careers.usc.edu/students/find-a-job/sign-up-for-on-campus-recruiting/
I3 - Investigate Industries and Internships
If you're wondering what to do with your major, or you are looking for an internship in your chosen field, this event is for you!
Investigate Industries and Internships (i3) is designed for students exploring career options, as well as students looking to take the next step. At an i3 event, you can network with employers looking to hire interns and hear them speak about how they broke into their respective industries. Employers attending have available internships for the current and following semester.
Panelists to be announced.
Reservations are requested for this event. Your seat is not guaranteed unless you register. To reserve a seat, log into connectSC, search for the event under "Events," and click "RSVP".
USC Marshall EMBA Lunch & Learn - San Diego
Join MBA Admissions, alumni and students for lunch and great conversation about the Marshall Executive MBA Program located in San Diego. This is your opportunity to ask questions about the program, admissions process, and what it's like to be part of the USC Trojan Network! We will be hosting the lunch. Complimentary self-parking is available.
CLASS Workshop: Tom Dishion (ASU, Dept. of Psychology)
Tom Dishion (ASU, Dept. of Psychology) will present his paper at the fifith installment of the Center for Law and Social Science (CLASS) Workshop.
CLASS Workshops are a weekly seminar that invite visiting speakers and provide a venue for members of the Law School and broader USC community to discuss leading-edge work on law and social science.
CLASS is an umbrella organization dedicated to a core intellectual mission of the Gould School of Law-investigating the relationship between law and the social sciences, spanning the fields of economics, political science, psychology, sociology and more.
More information about CLASS Workshops can be found here.
Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy General Meeting
The Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy is launching its Non-Profit Research Series with an organizational meeting on Monday, September 25 from noon to 1:15 in RGL 308. CPPP welcomes all faculty and doctoral students who have research/intellectual interests in this area for a discussion about research-in-progress, upcoming conferences, and professional opportunities.
Kindly RSVP to Ani at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 21, 2017 if you will be attending since we will need to order lunches in advance.
Faculty Lunch Series: Professor Maggie Switek
By Confirmed RSVP Only
Maggie Switek joined University of Southern California as an Assistant Professor of the Practice of Economics in Fall of 2017. Before that, Maggie worked for three years in Economic Consulting at Cornerstone Research. During her time at Cornerstone Research, Maggie specialized in the areas of antitrust and intellectual property litigation working on several notable cases, such as the proposed merger of Aetna and Humana.
Maggie completed her Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Southern California in May of 2014, and obtained her M.A. in Economics in 2010 at the same University. Prior to entering the M.A. and Ph.D. programs she worked as a Research Assistant on projects related to Quality of Life with Richard Easterlin at USC and with Mariano H. Rojas at FLACSO, Mexico.
Maggie’s research interests include life satisfaction, development, and applied microeconomics. In particular she has published work related to the effects of public social spending on well-being differences between rural and urban areas in Latin America, and to the effects of the recent rapid economic growth (and accompanying economic changes) on life satisfaction in China. She has also published research on the well-being changes associated with migration of young adults, as well as on the effects that changing oil prices exert on well-being of the population of oil exporting and oil importing countries. Currently she is mostly interested in research related to job satisfaction and the effects of public spending on well-being.
Graduate Student Professionalization Workshop: Navigating Grad (PhD) Life
A key element of supporting scholarship is directly preparing graduate students for their careers in academia. Providing systematic professionalization programs that meet on a regular basis permits Ph.D. students across Dornsife to access valuable mentors and networks.
An RSVP is required in order to attend the workshop. This series is restricted to USC graduate students.
Navigating Graduate (PhD) Life
Professors David Kang (international relations) and Brett Sheehan (history) will share tips and pointers on navigating Ph.D. life.
The Graduate Student Professionalization series is sponsored and organized by the Center for International Studies, East Asian Studies Center, and Korean Studies Institute, in partnership with USC graduate programs in East Asian Languages and Cultures, History, Political Science & International Relations, Religion and Slavic Languages and Literatures.
By invitation only.
Invited students please RSVP online.