Spring Break Aquaponics workshop for USC students

The Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies, in partnership with EVO Farm and the USC Office of Sustainability, is proud to announce a 3-day Spring Break AQUAPONICS WORKSHOP for USC students.

What you’ll gain:

  • Lasting impact in the community! Workshop participants will build aquaponics systems that will be donated to:
    • Community Services Unlimited- a grassroots non-profit that sets up urban farms in South LA to provide residents with fresh organic produce
    • The USC Urban Garden- part of the USC Sustainability Network
    • Knowledge and resources to help you build your own aquaponics system at home
    • Networking opportunities with LA environmental organizations and community
    • Eligibility to apply for future paid internships to build aquaponics systems with the Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies, at Catalina Island and/or local K-12 schools

Included: Breakfast and lunch every day, materials and tools, transportation for afternoon field trip to other aquaponics systems around the city.

Optional: pre-workshop day trip to the Wrigley Marine Science Center on Catalina Island (March 17)

Program cost: $75 (Non-refundable)

Space is limited to the first 15 students who register. REGISTER TODAY!

Volunteer Over Summer in Africa or Peru

Want to volunteer & travel to Lima or Tanzania this summer?

Then come to one of USC MEDLIFE‘s (uscmedlife@gmail.com) two info sessions this upcoming week!

**This trip is welcome to all majors!**

We will tell you all about what it means to be a member of Medlife and how to get involved. Applications for our summer brigades to Tanzania & Peru will be opening up shortly so this is a great way to get informed!

We are having info sessions at these times meeting at @ VKC 100:

  • Monday, 1/26 @ 9 P.M.
  • Thursday, 1/29 @ 9 P.M. 

Please feel free to visit our chapter’s page USC Medlife to learn more about us! We look forward to seeing you all!

Best,
USC MEDLIFE EBOARD

USC Study Abroad Week 1/26 – 1/29

Study Abroad Week features information sessions on USC’s diverse international program offerings and the campus-wide Study Abroad Fair on January 28th.  Don’t miss out on these great events!  Visit our website for more information.

USC Paris Program Info Session
Monday, January 26th  12:00-1:00, THH 309K

Study Abroad for Dornsife Sciences Info Session
Monday, January 26th  1:00-2:00, THH 309K

USC Madrid Program Info Session
Tuesday, January 27th  12:00-1:00, THH 309K

Study Abroad in Southern Africa Info Session
Tuesday, January 27th  1:00-2:00, THH 309K

USC STUDY ABROAD FAIR
Wednesday, January 28th  10:00-2:00 on Trousdale

Launching Your Career through Study Abroad Info Session (in conjunction with Career Fest)
Thursday, January 29th  12:00-1:00, THH 309K

Spring 2015 Diversity Networking Mixer

Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Tutor Campus Center Ballroom
6:00 PM – 8:00 PMRSVP required via connectSC
Attire: Business Formal
Format: Roundtable Networking Sessions

http://careers.usc.edu

Bring copies of your resume and network with high-profile employers that are looking for diverse members of the Trojan Family! #USCDNM

Brought to you by the Career Center in partnership with Asian Pacific American Student Services, Center for Black Cultural Affairs, El Centro Chicano, LGBT Resource Center and the following student groups: Asian Pacific American Student Assembly, USC Black Student Assembly, Latina/o Student Assembly, Queer & Ally Student Assembly, USC Veterns Associations, and Women’s Student Assembly.

This event is generously sponsored by the USC Credit Union

Research Exposure Program Spring Break Program on Catalina Island

Join us on a research expedition to study the ocean! This program will provide students with hands-on experience in oceanographic research methods, while taking advantage of the natural and beautiful setting of Catalina Island. Students will also have time to snorkel, hike and kayak to explore marine and coastal ecosystems. Cost is $550 (all-inclusive: travel, meals, housing), and space is limited to the first 16 student who register. Register TODAY! Open to undergraduates from ALL MAJORS.

USC Religion’s lunchtime intellectual community event!

FEED YOUR MIND! FEED YOUR BODY!

Casual. Food. Conversation. Controversy. Come.

PIZZA and refreshments. LOTS of pizza.

USC Religion’s lunchtime intellectual community event!!
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
***12:20 – 12:55 pm***

USC Ahmanson Center room ACB 238 (west tower, 2nd floor)
USC Professor Bruce Zuckerman

Who Messed up the Bible and How Can We Fix It?

All students, staff, faculty are welcome.

Maymester 2015 – Religion in Los Angeles

Enroll in REL 468 Sociology of Religion
Section Number : 60123

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 1 – 5:10 pm
May 20 – June 16

Meeting in ABM, Suite 200
509 W. 29th St. Los Angeles
(Down the street from USC)

Los Angeles is a world-class laboratory for the study of religion. This Maymester course will enable a small group of students to have a hands-on experience studying religion under the mentorship of Professor Donald Miller, Director of USC’s Center for Religion and Civic culture.

Students will investigate the diversity of religious groups in three different neighborhoods in Los Angeles. The class will participate in field trips to study Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, and Hindu congregations – as well as various new religious movements that focus on meditation.

Summer employment option after the course’s conclusion. Students will be invited to apply for summer employment at the Center for Religion and Civic Culture, continuing research on religion in Southern California. Stipends for summer research will be $2500.

For more information, contact the School of Religion at (213) 740-0272 or wootton@usc.edu