Fall 2013 Career Fair


The Fall 2013 Career Fair is here!  Each year, more than 400 organizations seeking to employ USC students from diverse disciplines attend our career fairs. All students are encouraged to attend and explore the wide variety of internship and full-time employment opportunities that are represented:

Thursday, September 19, 2013
10:00 am – 2:30 pm

Trousdale Parkway

Part-time, Full-Time, and Internship positions available from over 150 companies.  Log-in to connect SC for more information.

Dress to impress!  Bring your resume.



Explore@4 is a series of interactive panel discussions designed to help students explore popular career paths with industry professions in an informational setting.

All Explore@4 panels take place from 4:00 – 5:30 PM (w/exception)

Fall 2013  Career Panels:

9.9 Careers in technology for Non-Techies @ Trojan Presentation Room – STU B3

9.10 Language Careers @ Trojan Presentation Room – STU B3

9.11 TIS Bulge Bracket Investment Banking Panel – @ Davidson Conference Center (7:00 – 9:00pm)

9.12 Economics and Math Careers @ Tutor Campus Center 351/352

9.24 Health Careers without an MD @ Tutor Campus Center 227

9.25 Careers for Foodies @ Trojan Presentation Room – STU B3

9.26 Consulting @ Tutor Campus Center 351/352

For more information: careers.usc.edu

Work-Study Needed for Summer in Marine Bio Lab

A USC Marine and Environmental Biology lab wants to hire an undergraduate work-study for the summer. The schedule would be for 8-10 hours per week, M-F during normal working hours (8:30am-5pm). The tasks include basic lab maintenance such as washing glassware, equipment upkeep, making reagents, aliquoting reagents, refilling pipet tip boxes etc. Depending on prior experience, other lab tasks including running agarose gels, making standard curves, and field collection opportunities will be possible. Interest in microbial ecology or molecular ecology is encouraged.

To apply, please contact

Cathy Roney



The Invisible Men Screening


The Campus Conversation Series: USC Women Who Have Served


Grace Ford Salvatori Community Service Tuition Scholarships

The Salvatori Community Scholars program provides support to advanced graduate students who are doing community-based research whose experiences with community-based organizations can lead to new opportunities for service-learning students at USC.

Scholar(s) work with JEP’s Associate Director for Research and Academic Affairs, USC faculty, and one or more community organizations to develop service-learning projects for undergraduate USC students. Projects are to be jointly determined by the needs of the community, the academic goals of the service-learning course, and the abilities and interests of the Scholar, and might include participatory action research or direct service activities. All projects must involve undergraduate students in work that builds their knowledge and skills while supporting the Scholar in a community-centered project. Ideally, the service-learning project will closely correspond to the scholarly activities of the Salvatori Community Scholar.

Check out the link for more information and how to apply! http://dornsife.usc.edu/salvatori-community-scholars

Meet, Greet and Grab a Bite to Eat!

Thursday, March 14, 2013. 11:30 am- 1:30 pm @ TCC 352


Writing With a Vengeance: The Legacies of Tania Modleski’s Loving With a Vengeance & The Women Who Knew Too Much

Thursday, February 21, 2013. 3:15 pm- 4:15 pm @ THH 420

Few scholars manage to trouble the critical currents in their own field of study and in far-flung disciplines as well. Yet beginning in 1982, with the publication of her brilliant Loving With a Vengeance, Tania Modleski upended many of the working assumptions of feminist film criticism, and in ways that reverberated among the disciplines of Literary Studies, Sociology, History, Gender Studies, American Studies, Communication, and Media Studies. Analyzing cultural texts at the very bottom of our cultural escalator–Harlequin romances, TV soaps, and gothic novels–Modleski explored reasons for their massive and longstanding popularity among women, and did so without recourse to the then-popular notion of false consciousness. In her 1988 book, The Women Who Knew Too Much, a revisionist study of the work of director Alfred Hitchcock, Modleski challenged prevailing views, both pro and con, about the director’s work and complicated feminist understandings of female spectatorship.

In order to mark two anniversaries–the 30th anniversary of the publication of Loving With a Vengeance and the 25th anniversary of the publication of The Women Who Knew Too Much–the University of Southern California’s Center for Feminist Research, Gender Studies Program and English Department will sponsor “Writing With a Vengeance,” a symposium that will both celebrate and critically appraise the legacies of Modleski’s two landmark texts. “Writing With a Vengeance” features Lynn Spigel, who holds the Frances Willard Professorship of Screen Cultures at Northwestern University; Victoria Johnson, Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies at the University of California, Irvine; Kara Keeling, Associate Professor of Critical Studies and American Studies at USC; and, our honored colleague, Tania Modleski, the Florence R. Scott Professor of English at USC.

RSVP to gender@usc.edu




Deborah Harkness—The All Souls Trilogy: A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night The Provost’s Writers Series

Wednesday, February 13, 2012. 7 p.m. @ USC University Club at King Stoops Hall

Deborah Harkness—The All Souls Trilogy: A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night
The Provost’s Writers Series
Wednesday, February 13, 7 p.m.
USC University Club at King Stoops Hall
Book signing and reception to follow.
Admission is free and open to everyone. Reservations required.

Join Provost Elizabeth Garrett for an evening with Deborah Harkness. In 2011, Harkness published A Discovery of Witches, which debuted at number two on the New York Times Best Sellers list. This was the first title in her All Souls Trilogy, a rich and compelling tapestry of alchemy, magic and history. Harkness will read from A Discovery of Witches and the second title in the trilogy, Shadow of Night, followed by a conversation with USC English professor, Rebecca Lemon. A professor of European history and the history of science at USC, Harkness is also the author of two nonfiction books: John Dee’s Conversations with Angels: Cabala, Alchemy, and the End of Nature and The Jewel House: Elizabethan London and the Scientific Revolution.

RSVP online now! For more info and to RSVP,click here.

The Wizard of Oz As A Spiritual Journey

The Wizard of Oz As A Spiritual Journey, Retreat. Fri. Feb. 15th 7pm-9pm & Sat. Feb. 16th 10am-4pm. At the USC Caruso Catholic Center, 844 W. 32nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007.

Who are you? Who has God created you to be? Where is God calling you? What are your spiritual gifts? Join Fr. Nathan Castle, OP, Director of the Catholic Community at Stanford, as he explores how in the Wizard of Oz, the characters all go seeking gifts that are already in them that they each have difficulty seeing.

Cost is $20 for general admission. Register by Thurs. Feb. 14th by emailing Rose at rose@catholictrojan.org.


Join Us for Teach for Los Angeles

Hello everyone,
Do you want to get involved on campus? Looking for a student organization to meet great people? Have you ever thought about making a difference in the nearby community? Come and join us in Teach for Los Angeles!

Who are we?
We are a group of USC students who help the local community through a free tutoring program.

What do we do?
We offer free tutoring to students in the subjects of math, reading, writing and college prep outside of the classroom. Usually we tutor from 10:00-12:00 on Saturday mornings. All of our TFLA tutors commit their time and efforts to make a change in the local community.

How do I join?
To be a qualified tutor, you must come to our mandatory information session on Saturday, January 26th at 10 a.m. in THH 106.

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