Roski School of Art and Design – Summer Student Affairs Assistant Position Available!

USC Roski Summer Student Affairs Assistant Position Available!
Salary Level:
$10/hour
Duration:
May – August 2015
Desired Start Date:
May 18, 2015
Approximate Hours Per Week:
Up to 19 hours

Description
The Student Affairs Office of USC Roski School of Art and Design is seeking a friendly individual to serve as a customer service/administrative assistant for Summer 2015 (position would start May 18th and end in mid to late August). Duties include: assisting students, faculty, guests, and other walk-in traffic at reception desk, as well as answering phone and email inquiries. Other tasks involve filing, scanning, and photocopying. Additional projects will be assigned as needed and will require familiarity with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). The pay rate is $10/hour.

Important: Summer Federal Work study award is REQUIRED as part of your financial aid package.

Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, 9:00 to 3:00pm. You should be available for at least 50% of these hours.

All USC undergrad and/or graduate students who are eligible for summer work study are welcome to apply.

To submit an application: Please email your resume and cover letter to Nancy Trinh: trinhn@usc.edu by Monday April 27th.

 

Sociology Honors Seminar Application

The Sociology Honors Seminar will be unlike any class you have taken here.  It is an interactive seminar, with the collective focus on helping each student produce sociological research and knowledge. In this class, students do not sit back as consumers of sociological knowledge, but everyone is required to lean in and devise a research project. It’s an exciting and challenging process, one that requires creativity and self-discipline, but you are supported by the instructor, the seminar and an additional faculty mentor.  Over the course of two semesters, each student will develop and write an original research project that will serve as the senior sociology honors thesis.

Who should take this class?  Any Sociology senior with a strong GPA, a curiosity about the social world, and anyone wishing to engage in original research that will provide the type of writing sample that many graduate programs require as part of the admissions process.

Interested in seeing what this year’s Sociology Honors Seminar students have produced?  Come to HSH 201 on April 30 at 2pm, for the presentations.

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SOCI Honors Seminar Presentations

Join us for the presentation of our SOCI Honors Seminar!
Thursday, April 30th, 2015 — HSH 201
Thesis presentations: 2:00-3:30pm
Reception: 3:30-5:00pm
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Science TA position Open for JEP

JEP is searching for undergraduate students pursuing degrees in the sciences with at least one year to commit to the Young Scientists Program (YSP). The YSP Teaching Assistants will be placed at five elementary schools in our immediate USC community to teach hands-on science lessons that will support teachers and students in science education.

The deadline to apply is Friday, May 1st.

USC Paris Information Session Wednesday 4/22

Hello from Overseas Studies!

Join us this Wednesday, April 22nd from 12:00-1:00 in THH 309J for an information session on our signature USC Paris Program. Our Resident Director is currently visiting from France so this is a great opportunity to hear from the staff on the ground and ask any questions that you might have about the program. We look forward to seeing you soon!

The Overseas Studies Team

Break into Research: Fall 2015

break into research flyerInterested in doing research for the Fall 2015 semester? But don’t know how to start? Join The Undergraduate Research Consortium to find out how you can Break into Research for the upcoming Fall 2015 semester! The Undergraduate Research Consortium will host a stimulating and informative workshop on how to find research experiences at USC and abroad! Learn how to get a mentor, get funded and how research can help you in school and for your future career! The workshop will be held Tuesday April 21st in VKC 160 at 5pm.

Herds, Shots, Laws: A Law, History, and Culture Talk and Reception

On behalf of the Law, History and Culture major and its faculty steering committee, the USC Dornsife Department of History is pleased to invite you to:

Herds, Shots, Laws: An LHC Talk and Reception
Tuesday, April 28th
3:30 to 5:00 pm
Doheny Intellectual Commons
USC Campus

Please join us for a very special event designed for LHC majors, for all students thinking about an LHC major, or those who are simply interested in these issues of contemporary relevance and importance.

“Herds, Shots, and Laws” will be feature a presentation by Professor Alex Capron, USC University Professor, member of the faculty of the Gould School of Law and the Keck School of Medicine, and the Scott H. Bice Chair in Healthcare Law, Policy and Ethics

Professor Capron will speak about vaccines, public health, the law, and public policy. What are the salient issues in these often heated debates, what is understood and misunderstood, and how can, or should, the law inform public debates?

A reception will follow Professor Capron’s presentation, where LHC students and faculty will have the chance to mingle and discuss the major, its courses, and LHC classes scheduled for next year.

Please join us, and please feel free to bring guests who might like to hear our distinguished USC faculty colleague speak about these issues.