USC Health & Wellness Week, featuring the PAC 12 Fitness Challenge
Join us October 24 – 28, 2016, for USC Health & Wellness Week, featuring the Pac12 Fitness Challenge! “Every Movement Counts,” so log in your minutes walking to class, practicing meditation, eating a healthy meal, or working out, and help USC beat the other PAC 12 schools!
HOW IT WORKS
- Represent USC by registering at pac12challenge.org
- Take advantage of a full week of FREE USC Health & Wellness Week activities on campus, including free access to the Lyon Center
- Log in your minutes for health, wellness, fitness, self-care (even walking/boarding/biking to your car or class!)
- Help USC come out on top of the PAC!
- Share how you’re meeting the challenge or what wellness means to you on social with hashtags #BeWellUSC and #HealthandWellness!
Information Session: Hopkins-Nanjing Center
Are you interested in using your Chinese language skills after you graduate? The Hopkins-Nanjing Center offers graduate coursework that elevates your Chinese language proficiency and prepares you for a career related to international relations.
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies (HNC), founded in 1986, is a unique bicultural, bilingual collaboration between the Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University. In each of our three graduate programs, international students take the majority of their coursework in Chinese.
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 http://careers.usc.edu/students/info/ocr
Weekly clinic (Tuesday and Thursday) offering medication reconciliation and medication therapy management shadowing.
Students Helping And Receiving Education (SHARE) is a program that offers opportunities for USC student pharmacists to volunteer at Federally Qualified Health Centers for underserved populations located around Los Angeles: Three 340b safety-net QueensCare Family Clinics and the Los Angeles Christian Health Center (LACHC).
Questions? Please contact the USC School of Pharmacy Office of Student Outreach for Community Health by emailing email@example.com or calling (323) 442-0097.
USC Stem Cell Seminar: Jan Nolta, University of California, Davis
Host: Qi-Long Ying
#TogetherUSC, a campaign to promote diversity and inclusion in the student community and raise awareness of support and advocacy resources through Student Affairs, returns to Hahn Plaza.
The hourlong event will be both educational and entertaining, with student performances by the USC African Dance Club and the USC Troy Tones, among others.
Join us as we Fight On for an Inclusive Community #TogetherUSC!
Arielle Greenberg Reading
Arielle Greenberg is the author of the creative nonfiction book Locally Made Panties (Ricochet Editions, 2016), the poetry collections Slice (Coconut Books, 2015), My Kafka Century (Action Books, 2005) and Given (Verse, 2002) and the chapbooks Shake Her (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2012) and Farther Down: Songs from the Allergy Trials (New Michigan, 2003).
She is also co-author, with Rachel Zucker, of the hybrid genre nonfiction book Home/Birth: A Poemic(1913 Press, 2011). Her poems have been included the 2004 and 2005 editions of Best American Poetry and a number of other anthologies, including Legitimate Dangers (Sarabande, 2006), and she is the recipient of a MacDowell Colony fellowship and other awards. A translated volume of her selected poetry is out in German from LuxBooks. She is co-editor of four poetry anthologies: with Rachel Zucker, Women Poets on Mentorship: Efforts and Affections, which centers around personal essays by young women poets on their living female mentors (Iowa, 2008) and Starting Today: Poems from Obama’s First 100 Days (Iowa, 2010); and with Lara Glenum, Gurlesque, based on a theory Arielle originated (Saturnalia, 2010; new edition forthcoming in 2016).
Another scholarly interest is American subcultures and countercultures, and she is editor of a college reader, Youth Subcultures: Exploring Underground America (Longman, 2006). In 2015, she’ll begin editing a series of essays on the intersection of alternative sexuality and literary praxis for The Rumpus called (K)ink: Writing while Deviant.
She writes a regular column on contemporary American poetics for the American Poetry Review. She was the poetry editor for the journal Black Clock, serves as a contributing editor for the Spoon River Poetry Review, was a founder and former co-editor of the journal Court Green, and is the founder-moderator of the poet-moms listserv. Her poems and creative nonfiction have been published widely, and she is a contributing editor for the chapter on pregnancy loss for the 40th anniversary edition of Our Bodies, Ourselves.
Delicious Social Innovation
Social Innovators Seminar, Sponsored by Sol Price Center for Social Innovation
Please RSVP by Friday, Oct 21, to firstname.lastname@example.org for lunch and location
Michael Martinez and Becky Teter
Executive Michael Martinez and CEO Becky Teter lead 5000 Pies, a social enterprise of Fountain of Life Covenant Church in Long Beach. Raised amidst the gang lifestyle of Santa Ana and trained at Le Cordon Bleu, Chef Mike envisions culinary training as a path to opportunity. Becky grew up in inner city neighborhoods in Los Angeles and has years of experience in urban ministry and community development. 5000 Pies serves hand-crafted Long Beach style deep dish pizza and sweet pies and seeks to transform the lives of young adults in West LB through culinary employment and life skills coaching.
With Love Market & Café
Andrew is Founder and CEO of With Love Market & Café, a social-enterprise serving the residents of Southwest Los Angeles. With Love believes that all people, regardless of income, race, social status, location, language are all equally valuable and inherently deserve the same access/opportunities as any other. With Love Market & Cafe also has a non-profit arm called With Love Community Programs. A portion of the profits from the Market & Cafe will be reinvested into the community through Community Programs.
Sam is a former hedge fund trader, the author of the book For the Love of Money, cofounder and CEO of Everytable, a social enterprise that sells fresh, delicious meals at prices everyone can afford, and the founder and Executive Director of Groceryships, a nonprofit that helps low-income families struggling with food-related illnesses like obesity and diabetes.
Department of History Open House!
Are you getting the most out of your major? Come hear about the many opportunities avaiable to you in the Department of History!
Be sure to attend the panel, scheduled as follows:
12:00pm: "Cool Classes, Free Money, and Free Travel"
12:20pm: "How to be an Honors Student"
12:40: Meet and greet fellow students in history
**There will be FREE FOOD and a RAFFLE FOR GREAT PRIZES**
Course descriptions for Spring 2017 will be available. We hope to see you there!
Kundalini Yoga with Susan - Happy Hour with OWHP