Tokyo International University Info Session

TIU offers courses in Japanese Language, Japanese Studies, IR and Econ.
Learn more about this exciting study abroad option at our info session this Thursday!

Masters of Arts in Teaching(MAT) Prospective Student Day

If you’re interested in a teaching career and applying to USC Rossier’s School of Education, we welcome you to attend USC our MAT Prospective Student Day event October 22nd, held at our state-of-the-art downtown campus. Don’t miss out on this special opportunity to experience a simulated class led by a USC professor, hear from a panel of alum & current students, and participate in a networking lunch with faculty and admissions representatives. Find out more and RSVP for October 22nd by visiting:

Brazil Maymester – PORT 250g – Cultures of Brazil & Lusophone Africa

This course explores the cultures of Brazil and Portuguese-speaking Africa. In this course students will seek to understand the traditions that create culture, their theories, and values, as a universal concept, and specifically to the Lusophone countries. Students will attend lectures and visit several sites of interest to the course while in Brazil.

USC Madrid Study Abroad Info Sessions

Come and learn about la vida madrileña while earning USC credit. In Madrid, students can choose from a variety of English and Spanish-taught courses at USC’s Center located at the Instituto Internacional and at Carlos III, a Spanish university.

Soci Cinema Presents: In Sickness and in Wealth — 10/25 — 3pm — HSH 201

HSH 201 – 3pm

Soci Cinema Screening — In Sickness and In Wealth

Pizza will be served.

Summary: What connections exist between healthy bodies, healthy bank accounts and skin color? Follow four individuals from different walks of life to see how their position in society – shaped by social policies and public priorities – affects their health.

NGOs Meeting – OCT 18th – HSH 201 – 5pm

Tuesday, October 18th
HSH 201 – 5pm

NGOs majors, faculty, grad students, others:
Please come talk about your own volunteering/activist work. Our first meeting, in September, made it clear that this will be a fascinating topic. We hope that at least three people will be willing to start the ball rolling by talking about their own volunteering/activist work.

To RSVP, please go to the Facebook page, and write in the “comments” of the announcement of this event, to say that you’d like to talk about your own volunteering/activism, or just to say that you’re coming. See you then!


Celebrating the Life and Work of H.T. Tsiang

Kaya Press is re-publishing Tsiang’s final novel — And China Has Hands — this month, and Editor Floyd Cheng, and New Yorker Culture writer Hua Hsu, who recently wrote an autobiography of Tsiang, will be leading a reading and discussion about Tsiang’s work and life.

More about Tsiang: An immigrant from China to the US in the 1930s, Tsiang was self-publishing work as part of the downtown communist scene in New York City–then, later in his life, he moved to Los Angeles and became a Hollywood actor and extra with roles in major television shows like Bonanza and My Three Sons and in films like (the original) Ocean’s Eleven.

This event will take place:
 Wednesday Oct. 19th

2 – 4 p.m.
KAP 445

* Light refreshments will be provided