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2017 METRANS International Urban Freight Conference

Organized by the METRANS Transportation Center, the purpose of I-NUF is to provide a forum for multidisciplinary research on all aspects of urban freight. A second purpose of I-NUF is to raise the visibility of urban freight research.  I-NUF is recognized as the premier venue for urban freight research. It draws participants from around the world representing the research community, the private sector, and government.


I-NUF 2017 will feature papers and presentations in the following thematic areas:

  • Local/last mile pickup and delivery
  • Trade nodes and hubs – ports, airports, distribution hubs
  • Freight modes – trucking, rail, water
  • Urban modeling and planning
  • New technology
  • Changing consumption, production and spatial organization
  • Best practices


More information is available on the 2017 I-NUF website: https://www.metrans.org/2017-i-nuf-overview


To register, visit: https://www.metrans.org/2017-i-nuf-event-registration

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Health screenings at HSC (Keck Hospital)

Earn $40 off your monthly health care premium by completing your in-person health screening, provided by BioIQ.

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Health screenings at UPC (Radisson)

Earn $40 off your monthly health care premium by completing your in-person health screening, provided by BioIQ.

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International Conference on Sustainable Policy and Leadership



Frank Zerunyan, J.D.

“Evolution of the Local Governance”


Rym Kaki, PhD

“Political Transformations: Middle East & North Africa, Policy and Governance Implications”


This event is part of the IPPAM 20th Anniversary Celebration.


Tuesday, October 17, 2017

USC University Club, Scriptorium Room

8:30 am - 9:00 am Morning Refreshments

9:00 am - 11:30 am Conference


Please RSVP on or before October 5, 2017 by emailing annabrah@usc.edu


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On-Campus Recruiting

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/

The Keck Farmers Market

Keck Medicine of USC Wellness Committee and Keck Medicine of USC Community Benefit host the Keck Farmers Market the first and third Tuesdays of every month at Hazard Park, and the second and fourth Tuesdays in Pappas Quad at the Keck School of Medicine. Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables and hot food items. 

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U.S. ARMY Deployable Rapid Assembly Shelters, D.R.A.S.H.

The Dornsife Office of Pre-Health Advisement is bringing a new type of experiential learning to USC students. From 11:00am-2:00pm, on Tuesday, October 17th, the US Army Medical Department will bring a  Deployable Rapid Assembly Shelters, D.R.A.S.H., to USC.

What's a DRASH? Deployable Rapid Assembly Shelter. These are important shelters military personal use as shelters, as well as healthcare facilities. 

This mobile surgical tent will be placed on McCarthy Quad where students can tour, meet with Army personnel and ask in depth questions in their field of study, as well as learn about healthcare opportunities in the U.S. Army.

This hands-on experience gives USC students an opportunity to gain valuable knowledge from soldiers that perform in their areas of specialty.

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USC Stem Cell Seminar: Guoping Fan, UCLA

Host: Michael Bonaguidi

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Cluster Algebra Seminar

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In Conversation with Alice Echols and Steve Ross (USC ICW)

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

12:00 - 1:00pm

The Huntington

Munger Research Center

Seaver 1-2



Two new books that explore the history of hard-right politics on the ground in the American West.

Recent histories of modern American conservatism often highlight powerful businessmen and the thinkers whose work influenced them.  This event features instead two versions of hard-right politics on the ground — in Los Angeles and Colorado Springs — during the 1930s. In the 1930s and 1940s, Jewish attorney Leon Lewis recruited military veterans—and their wives and daughters—to go undercover and join Nazi and fascist groups in Los Angeles.  Hitler in Los Angeles: How Jews Foiled Nazi Plots Against Hollywood and America tells the story of how this daring group of men and women uncovered Nazi plots to kill the city’s Jews and to sabotage American military installations.  Shortfall unearths a forgotten chapter of our financial history—the Depression-era collapse of the building and loan industry.  A history told in microcosm through the B&L crisis in Colorado, Shortfall exposes the dangers of unfettered capitalism as well as its appeal, even to defrauded depositors, who rejected the New Deal collectivism usually associated with the 1930s.  What gives this story its especially intimate feel and power is the family connection between the book’s central figure and the book’s author.

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