January 11, 2013
December 4, 2012
Want an opportunity to GET YOUR RESEARCH IN BARNES & NOBLE AND ON EBSCOHOST?
Columbia University’s Journal of Politics & Society, published by the Helvidius Group, invites you to submit your class papers and theses for consideration for our Spring 2013 edition. The Editorial Board is seeking submissions from undergraduates (class of 2013 or later) in colleges and universities throughout the United States as well as the United Kingdom and Australia.
The submission deadline for the Spring 2013 Journal is January 1st.
In 2007, the Journal became the first commercially distributed undergraduate periodical in the nation. The 2013 Spring edition will be distributed among academics worldwide and sold in Barnes & Noble bookstores around the United States.
In addition, the Journal of Politics & Society will award the Peter and Katherine Tomassi Prize of $250 to the author of the best article, as judged by the Editorial Board in conjunction with faculty at Columbia University.
The Journal of Politics & Society is seeking original, creative, and rigorous articles including, but not limited to:
- Research on current economic, political, and sociological phenomena, in any social science discipline as well as certain fields in the humanities such as history.
- Normative scholarship analyzing important theories on political philosophies.
Students from ALL SOCIAL SCIENCE DISCIPLINES are encouraged to submit their work.
There is no absolute length requirement, but published articles are often originally 20 to 50 pages in length (double-spaced). Papers selected for publication undergo an intensive peer review and editing process, and work previously written for classroom or individual use is welcomed.
Please submit all manuscripts online at:
Please note that essays submitted directly via email cannot be accepted.
For further details, please visit us at:
Thank you and good luck!
The 23rd Editorial Board
The Helvidius Group
New York, NY, U.S.A.
December 4, 2012
Tuesday, December 11, 2012. 12:00 PM @ HNB 100
University of Southern California
Hearing & Communication in Neuroscience Seminar
"What is missing in auditory cortex under cochlear implant stimulation"
by Xiaoqin Wang, Johns Hopkins University
Tuesday, December 11,2012
in the Hedco Neuroscience Building Auditorium
USC Main Campus
3641 Watt Way, Los Angeles, CA 90089
The seminar will be webcast and archived and will be available for viewing
Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 12:00pm.
Please access the event from any browser via the link:
October 23, 2012
If you are indeed graduating this academic year, we want to make certain you are included in the 2013 edition of USC’s El Rodeo yearbook.
To accommodate your busy schedule, we have arranged extended appointment times including evening hours and some Saturdays. Please sign up NOW for your portrait appointment, which is easy, free of cost, and takes only about 10 minutes.
To sign up: Just click this link: http://uscelrodeo.com/portraits. Please use the USC password: Troy2013
Don’t wait! Appointments are filling up quickly with only a few days remaining.
All portraits are taken on campus, in the Student Union Building (STU) on the fourth floor. We look forward to including your photo as a special part of USC history!
If you have questions, or would like to place an order for your copy of the 2013 El Rodeo, please visit our website: uscelrodeo.com or call our office: (213) 740-2707.
October 16, 2012
October 16, 2012
Grades stressing you out? Anxious about a Mid-term? Stress and anxiety can debilitate health and well-being and inhibit academic performance. Stress and anxiety can also motivate and stimulate optimal performance. This workshop will help you identify symptoms of stress and anxiety and internal or external stressors. You will learn about coping mechanisms to deal with stress and of ways to use stress and anxiety to your advantage.
Wednesday, Oct. 17
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
October 12, 2012
Applying to Graduate School in the United Kingdom Information Session
* Monday, October 15th from 3:30pm-4:30pm in Leavey Library Auditorium
Representatives from Kings College London, University College London, and
Imperial College London will discuss graduate study in the UK, the
application process for each university, and scholarships available for
Boren Award for International Study Information Session
* Wednesday, October 17 from 11am-noon in SOS B48 Susan Sharp from the Boren
Awards will be holding an information session to discuss the Boren
Scholarship which provides funding for study abroad in countries that are
critical to U.S. national security. Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and
New Zealand are not covered under the scholarship. U.S. citizenship is
required for the scholarship. The USC deadline for the Boren Scholarship is
December 10, 2012.
Please contact the Office of Academic and International Fellowships
(email@example.com or 213-740-9116) if you have any questions or if you are
interested in applying for the Boren Scholarship but are unable to attend
the information session.
Clinton Global Initiative University
The Clinton Global Initiative University provides students the opportunity
meet other students, youth organizations, topic experts, and celebrities to
discuss issues in the following areas: Education, Environment and Climate
Change, Peace and Human Rights, Poverty Alleviation, and Public Health. In
order to attend the Clinton Global Initiative meeting held at Washington
University in St. Louis from April 5-7 students need to apply at
The early decision and travel assistance deadline is November 30, 2012.
The final application deadline is January 30, 2013.
October 11, 2012
October 1, 2012
A Dialogue about the Future of Medicine with Dr. David B. Agus. Moderator: Dean Carmen A. Puliafito.
When: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 4pm
Where: Mayer Auditorium, Keith Administration Building, Health Sciences Campus
Reception to follow. Admission is free.
September 28, 2012