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The Next Chapter: Well-being, Fulfillment and Joy – May 6, 2015

April 24, 2015

Helen Dennis, noted author and specialist in aging will help you think about life beyond work at USC. All USC faculty and staff who are thinking about retirement are invited to explore where they are and where they want to … Continue reading


Joy of Law – Avoiding Legal Problems in Life and Beyond – May 19, 2015

In this seminar, Dagmar Halamka, retired business law professor, will review a range of legal issues including living trusts and their tax advantages and powers of attorney for health care and financial affairs. All are welcome. Time will be provided … Continue reading


iPad Overview for Seniors – May 28, 2015

Do you have an iPad or other mobile device and would like to learn how to use or maximize all the potential features? If so, attend this free hands-on-session. Bring your mobile device with you, or come and observe.

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Thursday, May 28, 2015 (HSC)
10:00 am – 12:00 noon
Broad CIRM Center (BCC) – 1st Floor conference room
1425 San Pablo ST, Los Angeles, CA 90003

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Daniel Lewis

Lewis_Daniel_teachingDaniel Lewis (USC Music faculty 1970-1995)

Trained in his younger years as a violinist, Daniel Lewis spent most of his career as a conductor of orchestral groups of various sizes. His principal collegiate studies were at the Claremont Graduate School (now Claremont Graduate University). Awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in 1959 to study in Munich, Germany, where he and his family lived for around 10 months while Lewis studied at the Hochschule fuer Musik. He also played with the Bavarian Radio Symphony. Once he had completed his stint in the U.S. Navy, during World War II, he completed his formal education at San Diego State College. During that tenure he became Concertmaster of the San Diego orchestra, all of this to support six children he and wife Oneta Gwendolyn Belsha had produced over the years. At one time he was Concertmaster of the San Diego Symphony. Continue reading

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