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.

Virus vs. Gunfire: Why the Spanish Flu was Deadlier than WW1

Come hear Professor Elinor Accampo talk about her research in France and how students can pursue research through Dornsife!

Tuesday, September 29th from 6-7pm in SOS 250

Like us on Facebook at “CLIO and Phi Alpha Theta Associations at USC” or Email us at patcliousc@gmail.com for upcoming events!

BSEL Lunch & Learn

Thursday, September 24th


TCC 450

The USC Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab invites you to our first Lunch & Learn event of the fall semester featuring Ben Goldhirsh, co-founder and CEO of GOOD, a global community of, by and for pragmatic idealists working toward individual and collective progress. 

Active in both regional and international philanthropic endeavors, Ben is one of the directors of The Goldhirsh Foundation, which supports dynamic social programs, environmental initiatives, innovative medical research and leading cultural institutions. It is an organization built to help social innovators implement and scale solutions to critical societal challenges. 

Free lunch will be served.

This event is cosponsored by LACI and SparkSC.

So You Want An Internship?

  • Location: LVL 17 (the basement auditorium in Leavey Library)
  • Time: 6:00 pm
  • Speakers: Octavio Avila, Alexis Dale-Huang, Matt Woo, Larkin Wynn, and James Luttrull

On Wednesday, September 23rd, Dean Lamy’s Students Achieving Success workshop series will prepare you for just that! Octavio Avila, Dornsife’s Student Services Manager, and a panel of current students will candidly discuss how to get the best possible summer or semester-long internship while still in school. Our student guest speakers have worked both in Los Angeles and in Washington, D.C., and for both public and private-sector organizations, so there will be a variety of perspectives and experiences available for anyone interested in obtaining an internship.

USC Department of History’s 6th Annual Celebration of History

The Department of History cordially invites all Majors, Minors, and Friends to the Sixth Annual

Celebration of History

(co-sponsored by Clio & Phi Alpha Theta)

“Unlocking the Archives: Two African Princes & Me”

Presentation by Professor Lindsay O’Neill

Tuesday, October 6th

Reception at 4:30pm | Dinner at 5:15pm

The University Club

Please RSVP to Lori Rogers lrogers@usc.edu no later than October 1st

Space is limited!

History Celebration

Pre-Law September Events!

Careers in Intellectual Property Hosted by UC Davis School of Law

Are you interested in the ways in which the law intersects with science and technology? Do you plan to pursue a career in intellectual property? Join us for a can’t-miss presentation from Craig Compton, Assistant Dean for Career Services at UC Davis School of Law and former principal at Fish & Richardson P.C., a leading intellectual property firm. Come learn how both STEM and non-STEM students can build a thriving career in IP law.

Date: Wednesday, September 16th @ 4:30pm

Locaiton: VKC 211

Food will be provided!

RSVP: http://bit.ly/ipcareers

Law School Info Session: UCLA School of Law

Speaker: Rob Schwartz, Assistant Dean of Admissions

Date: Thursday, September 24h @ 4:30pm

Location: SOS B40 (Social Sciences Building)

RSVP: http://bit.ly/uclainfo

Current and Future NGOs and Social Change Lunch —

September 15th


HSH 201

We would like to invite all current NGO students, and those thinking about becoming a major in the future, to lunch! Join us next Tuesday, September 15th from 1:00-2:30pm in HSH 201. Please let us know you are coming! RSVP here by Monday, September 14th.