AUTM 2018 Annual Meeting
The USC Stevens Center for Innovation team will be attending the AUTM 2018 Annual Meeting February 18, 2018 to February 21, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona. Meet with us to discuss licensing and research collaboration opportunities with the University of Southern California.
Attending will be:
- Jennifer Dyer (Executive Director)
- Judy Genovese (Senior Transactions Officer)
- Patrick Maloney (Licensing Associate)
- Rakesh Pandit (Licensing Associate)
- Taylor Phillips (Licensing Associate)
- Charlie Pruitt (Agreements Administrator)
- Bonnie Wolfe (Licensing Associate)
The conference brings together technology transfer representatives from universities all over the world. To arrange to meet us at AUTM, please visit our Contact Us page.
AUTM, the Association of University Technology Managers, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing research to life by supporting and enhancing the global academic technology transfer profession through education, professional development, partnering and advocacy. AUTM’s more than 3,200 members represent managers of intellectual property from more than 300 universities, research institutions and teaching hospitals around the world as well as numerous businesses and government organizations.
Black History Month
The Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs and the Black Student Assembly partner to host a celebratory month of Black excellence featuring multiple events on and off campus.
Student Geometry & Topology Seminar
USC Stem Cell Seminar: Lilianna Solnica-Krezel, Washington University in St. Louis
Live webcast at keckmedia.usc.edu/stem-cell-seminar
Kundalini Yoga with Susan - Happy Hour with OWHP
Join us for yoga as part of the Happy Hour with OWHP series.
Master of Education in Enrollment Management and Policy - Online Information Session Registration
Please join the USC Rossier School of Education to learn more about the Master of Education in Enrollment Management and Policy program. This online information session will provide an overview of USC Rossier, the curriculum and opportunities in enrollment management. Faculty will share their perspective on the program and its benefits. We hope to see you there!
PIPE* Workshop: Brian Newman, Pepperdine University
Presidents and the Congressional Black Caucus: Electoral Incentives and Budget Politics
Brian Newman will discuss his research paper (co-authored with John Griffin of University of Colorado, Boulder). What are the racial consequences of presidents’ incentives to move toward the median voter as elections approach? If presidents move toward the center, they may move away from non-centrist groups like the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC). We compare the president’s annual budget proposal to the CBC’s alternative budget from 1980 to 2012 testing whether Democrats’ (Republicans’) budgets are less (more) congruent with the CBC’s alternative budgets in election years.
About the Speaker
Brian Newman is a professor of political science at Pepperdine University. He received an M.A. and Ph.D. from Duke University and B.A. from Michigan State. Brian does research in Presidency Research, Legislative Studies and Elections, Public Opinion and Voting Behavior.
Must be registered to attend!
*Political Institutions & Political Economy
Phosphorus-Element Bond-Forming Reactions
Professor Christopher Cummins; Department of Chemistry; Massachsettes Institute of Technology
SSI Spring 2018 Brown Bag Speaker Series “Emerging Uses of LiDAR and 3D Visualization”
Since the mid-1990s, Dr. Richard C. Olsen’s research and teaching has been in remote sensing, and in particular, spectral imaging, working with airborne systems, and satellite imagers. In the past decade, he has focused on 3D imaging with laser scanners (LiDAR) and photogrammetric systems. He is currently approaching LIDAR and spectral imagery analysis in a spatial context, developing a contextual analysis approach based on prior knowledge and mapping information.
During the Spring 2018 semester, Dr. Olsen is on sabbatical from the Naval Postgraduate School, where he is executive director of the Remote Sensing Center and professor of physics. During this sabbatical, he is serving as a visiting scholar with the USC Spatial Sciences Institute. Dr. Olsen’s appointment with the Spatial Sciences Institute marks his return to USC, where he was a Trustee Scholar and received his B.S. in physics. He obtained his M.S. and Ph.D. in physics at UC San Diego; his thesis work and early career focus were in the area of space physics. After a brief tour in Huntsville, Alabama, he has spent his career at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California.
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