EMSI Distinguished Lecturer Master Class with Annette Gordon-Reed
LA History & Metro Studies Group
Clark Davis Memorial Lecture
“Hitler in Los Angeles: How Jews Foiled Nazi Plots Against Hollywood and America.”
Steven J. Ross, Professor of History, University of Southern California
EMSI Master Class with Annette Gordon-Reed
Friday, April 20, 2018
University of Southern California
Social Sciences Building (SOS) 250
12:00pm to 2:00pm
Please RSVP for this event.
*Please note that space is limited.
How to be a Successful Mentee: Habits of Highly Effective Mentees
Email RSVP Required: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher Russell, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics & Todd Chang, Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, will teach how to maximize mentor-mentee relationships from the mentee perspective by conducting a personal assessment of your current and anticipated future mentorship needs.
Target Audience: All levels of faculty & postdocs
Iyengar Yoga, Level I/II with Laura - Happy Hour with OWHP
Join us for yoga to relieve the stress of your day.
Molecular Biology Seminar: Loren Rieseberg, PhD (University of British Columbia)
USC Stem Cell Student/Postdoc Seminar
Rajiv Tiwari from Joseph T. Rodgers' Lab
Ksenia Gnedeva from Neil Segil's Lab
“Pictures of a Gone City: Tech and the Dark Side of Prosperity in the San Francisco Bay Area” - RFA Distinguished Lecture
“Pictures of a Gone City: Tech and the Dark Side of Prosperity in the San Francisco Bay Area“
Richard A. Walker, Professor Emeritus of Geography, University of California, Berkeley
The Bay Area is currently the jewel in the crown of capitalism – the tech capital of the world and a gusher of wealth from the Silicon Gold Rush. It has been generating jobs, spawning new innovation, and spreading ideas that are changing lives everywhere. So what could go wrong? There is a dark side of success: overheated bubbles and crashes; inequality and underpaid workers; a boiling housing crisis, displacement and environmental damage; and complicity with the worst in American politics.
GRE Practice Exam
A FREE practice GRE Exam will be proctored in a computer lab on campus as if it's the real thing! Find out what scores you are likely to get on the real GRE exam so you know where you stand and in what areas you should prepare further.
Date: Friday, February 9, 2018
Location: Disclosed upon registration.
To officially register, visit KAP 357 in person. Unless otherwise noted, seats are still available!
Seminar: Daniel Chui