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Roski Annual Student Exhibition

Roski student artwork will be coming to the Fisher Museum as part of the museum's longest tradition of service to the university. Selected by a panel of Roski faculty, the exhibit will highlight the best that the school of art and design has to offer.

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USC Dornsife INET - Conference on Inequality, Globalization, and Macroeconomics

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Your Turn Intern Expo & Celebrity Fest 2017

The first and largest national internship expo of its kind, Your Turn Intern Expo & Celebrity Fest 2017, is coming to Los Angeles!  This 2-day expo will exhibit over 1,000+ internships from private and public sector companies and target current college students and recent college graduates (graduated within prior 12 months). There will be onsite interviewing and hiring opportunities, seminars to assist in your efforts to secure & retain internships, live broadcasting onsite, extensive peer and professional networking onsite, internship grant opportunities, live performances exclusive to students with two-day registrations, prizes and giveaways, and more.

If you are able to attend, you will join distinguished student services administrators from USC, LMU, CSUDH, Whittier College, CSU Fullerton, Santa Monica College, CSU Sacramento, Pasadena City College, CSU Bakersfield, Harvey Mudd College, UC Irvine, Stanford, LA Mission College, California Institute of the Arts, and several others.


Online registration is available specifically for college students & recent grads at: www.yourturnintern.com.

This event is being hosted by Your Turn Intern Expo & Celebrity Fest 2017. For questions contact Cac Le, at cac.le@yourturnintern.com or (310) 613-4886.


Information Session for Prospective Students

Members of our Admissions team will be hosting information sessions in the Los Angeles area for prospective students interested in our entry-level master's degree program. RSVP required; please click link below for further details.



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Chamber Singers: Prayers and Intercessions

The USC Thornton Chamber Singers present a program of "Prayers and Intercessions" including Debussy's Trois Chansons and Christina Whitten Thomas' Choral de Betes. The concert features the American premiere of Johann Naumann's Psalm 149, which marks the culmination of a scholarly and artistic collaboration between the Choral & Sacred Music Department, the USC Music Library and its director, Andrew Justice, and the Moravian Archives in Herrnhut, Germany.

Admission is free. RSVP is required. Phone (213) 821-5756 or email uschoral@usc.edu.
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Popular Music: Third-Year Showcase

Third-year Popular Music students present original music written, arranged, and performed under the direction of professors Patrice Rushen and Richard Smith.

Free and open to the public. Seating is first-come, first-served, and RSVPs are not available.
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