The University recently announced that it will be switching to SentinelOne Endpoint Detection and Response as its official antivirus software to protect your computer against… Read More »SentinelOne: Updating to USC’s New Antivirus Software
The current pandemic has disrupted our lives in so many ways. USC faculty and staff have spent the last year adjusting to a new norm… Read More »Event Recap: Healthy at Home Habits Zoom Session
As Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month has come to a close, the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work and the Asian Pacific… Read More »In Case You Missed It: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Programs
The Huntington presents: Boyle Heights: How a Los Angeles Neighborhood Became the Future of American Democracy A Lecture with George J. Sanchez, Professor of American… Read More »Boyle Heights: How a Los Angeles Neighborhood Became the Future of American Democracy – May 19
is currently working as a Test Engineer at a small, start-up company— Phase Four. He graduated from USC with a Bachelor of Science degree in Astronautical Engineering in 2019. Carlos writes about his time at USC as Caldwell Scholar, what he is currently up to and his future plans.
The USC Retired Faculty & Staff Associations and USC Emeriti Center hosted Dr. S. “Raj” Rajagopalan, Professor of Data Sciences and Operations, USC Marshall School… Read More »Event Recap: Supply Chain Lessons From the COVID Pandemic
is a senior majoring in Biological Sciences/PreMed with a Biotechnology minor. Carlos came to USC from Manual Arts Senior High School – College Preparatory Magnet with high honors. He is a member of the Latino Students in Medicine Club and volunteers in USC’s Upward Bound Program tutoring high school students in math, English and history. He is bilingual and proficient in several computer operating systems. Carlos plans to work in the medical field after graduation, eventually attending medical school.
Having difficulty getting quality sleep? Learn the best strategies to catch your z’s for a supreme slumber! On Friday, March 19th our USC Occupational Therapy… Read More »Event Recap: Better Sleep for Better Health – Wellness Series
On April 2nd we learned about healthy aging and how to keep your mind sharp with tips from our USC Occupational Therapy graduate students. Students… Read More »Event Recap: The Cognition Mission – How to Keep Your Mind Sharp
The USC Retired Faculty & Staff Associations and USC Emeriti Center were honored to host Dr. Steven Chen, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, USC School… Read More »Event Recap: Optimizing Medication Therapy in the Age of COVID-19
Celebrating Black History Month, the USC Emeriti Center and USC University Club had introduced a moderated conversation with an Emerita professor/USC administrator, a USC staff… Read More »USC Black Women Leaders: An Intergenerational Conversation
Discover ways to adapt your environment and optimize your comfort in everyday activities! In partnership with USC Chan Division of Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science, OT… Read More »Event Recap: The Power of Posture – An Introduction to Ergonomics