Global Citizenship Round Table
Come join the students and faculty of the Master of Science in Global Medicine program, along with keynote speaker Dr. Robert Kezaala (Senior Health Advisor, UNICEF), as they share valuable insights gained during their experiences in Uganda, Tanzania, Denmark, Panama, South Africa, and beyond. Recipients of the Dhablania and Kim Family Global Medicine Fellowship will present and answer questions about their overseas research.
Discover the impact our students are making, and the knowledge and skills they are gaining around the globe. The Roundtable is free and open to everyone. For more information, contact the Master of Science in Global Medicine Program at (323) 442-3141 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Keck Farmers Market
Keck Medicine of USC Wellness Committee and Keck Medicine of USC Community Benefit host the Keck Farmers Market every Tuesday at Hazard Park. Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables, hot food items, and therapeutic massages. Collect 12 stamps on the loyalty card and claim prizes.
USC Stem Cell Seminar: Giorgia Quadrato, Harvard University—"Modeling human brain development an disease at single-cell resolution with brain organoids"
Long-term culture of human brain organoids generates extensive cellular diversity and enables unprecedented levels of maturity. It offers a unique opportunity to study human brain development and inform strategies to modulate neuronal function in neurodevelopmental disorders.
Host: Andy McMahon
Securing an Internship
Are you interested in gaining hands-on, practical experience? Do you know how to successfully submit your application and interview with employers? Are you familiar with the different ways to learn about positions or organizations? Want to learn the tricks of the trade? If so, this workshop is for you!
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 Paleosciences Research Seminar Series
The USC Paleosciences Research Consortium (PRC) presents:
Elizabeth Rega, PhD, "Beyond Skeletochronology: Histopathology from T. rex, Dimetrodon, and Diadectes"
Dr. Rega is a Professor of Anatomy in the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific & the Graduate College of Biomedical Sciences, Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona.
Do it: Best Practices for Securing an Internship
USC Dornsife Career Pathways Work it Series
Preparing for a career after college is an integral part of a USC Dornsife education. The “Work it” series are instructional seminars designed to promote career literacy and engage students in career readiness exercises so they are able to manage their own career. The seminars work best as a system but may be attended independent of one another.
Simply RSVP here.