Job open for Social Media Manager Trainee for USC Archaeology. Flexible hours, good pay, learn very in-demand skills!

USC Archaeology is seeking a social media manager to help build an online community and sustainable communication strategy around USC Archaeology. Flexible hours starting as soon as possible. Responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to, assisting in the development, curation and presentation of online content through Facebook, websites, Instagram, Twitter feed, and similar online social media channels; online event promotion; supporting PR and calendar posting of events, courses, profiles; supporting mailing list updates and administration of social media for USC Archaeology, the Archaeology Research Center and the Interdisciplinary Archaeology major/minor


§  Undergraduate student at USC

§  Experience using social media channels including legitimate online community cultivation

§  Willingness to learn basic Photoshop image editing techniques

§  Ability to work independently and creatively

Competitive pay! Flexible hours!

To start, you’ll train alongside our current social media manager.  Interested applicants should send links that display your social media expertise, a resume, and a statement about whether you do or do not have Federal Work Study grant funding (not required, but welcome) to Lynn Dodd at this email:

LGBTQ Studies Pizza Lunch

USC Law Fair 2015

Are you ready to find the perfect law school for you and get noticed by law school recruiters?

Don’t miss the 2015 USC Law Fair! Join us in McCarthy Quad this Friday, Oct. 9th from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for the opportunity to:

  • Meet law school admissions deans and recruiters from nearly 100 ABA-approved law schools from across the county
  • Talk to law school representatives one-on-one about their schools and what they look for in applicants, and get application fee waivers
  • Learn more about LSAT test prep companies and how they can help you get the LSAT score you want
  • Win awesome prizes


Personal Statment Tips: USC Gould School of Law – 10/7 at 4:30pm

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 7th at 4:30pm

Location: THH 119

Figuring out what to put into your personal statement can be difficult. Should you write about your childhood aspiration of becoming an attorney? How about mentioning that study abroad experience that changed your career trajectory? Receive helpful tips from Chloe Reid, Associate Dean and Dean of Admissions at USC Gould School of Law, on what makes a personal statement stand out among the hundreds.

*Dinner will be provided*

USC HSEP’s Slam Poetry Event

Do you have a passion for destigmatizing mental health struggles, or an interest in learning more? Then check out HSEP @ USC’s special event, “Slammin’ Down the Stigma,” a slam poetry event designed to open a dialogue on mental illness, and showcase a glimpse of the daily struggles that some people face. Help us beat the stigma associated with these battles by writing a slam poem to perform, or sending one in to for us to read on your behalf. The event will be held on Monday, November 16th, from 7-9 pm at the Tutor Campus Center Ballroom on the USC main campus (UPC). Please fill out the following form if you are interested in performing or having your poem read by someone else.

SOCInema: Thursday, 10/15 at 3:30pm — Tough Guise II

We hope your semester has been going well! The Department of Sociology would like you to join us for our first film screening of year on Thursday, October 15th at 3:30pm in HSH 201. Information about the film, Tough Guise II,  is below. Please use this link to RSVP.


Pioneering anti-violence educator and cultural theorist Jackson Katz argues that the ongoing epidemic of men’s violence in America is rooted in our inability as a society to move beyond outmoded ideals of manhood.

In a sweeping analysis that cuts across racial, ethnic, and class lines, Katz examines mass shootings, day-to-day gun violence, violence against women, bullying, gay-bashing, and American militarism against the backdrop of a culture that has normalized violent and regressive forms of masculinity in the face of challenges to traditional male power and authority.

Along the way, the film provides a stunning look at the violent, sexist, and homophobic messages boys and young men routinely receive from virtually every corner of the culture, from television, movies, video games, and advertising to pornography, the sports culture, and U.S. political culture.

CET Study Skills Workshop

Want to conquer that second round of midterms, but not sure how? Trying to manage your time better? Join the Center for Excellence in Teaching for a study skills and techniques workshop on Wednesday, October 7, 2015, 4-5 p.m. in HNB 100. Students will provide research on proven techniques that work and demonstrate how you can implement them during your own studying. Pizza will be provided.