Events

Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (EDL) Concentrations Webinar

Interested in the EdD in Educational Leadership and need more insight into the four concentrations? Join EDL faculty and USC Rossier Admissions & Scholarships staff to learn more about coursework, career paths and application tips for the Educational Psychology, Higher Education, K-12 and Leading Instructional Change concentrations.

Online

Fall Centennial Lecture featuring John King - USC Rossier

An inspiring and enlightening lecture on the future of education
featuring
John King.

 John King is the President and CEO of Education Trust
and former U.S. Secretary of Education in the Obama administration.

Dr. King's life story is an extraordinary testament to the
power of education. He credits public school teachers for
saving his life by providing transformative educational
experiences, which enabled him to become a teacher
and education leader.

RSVP Required

Bovard Auditorium (ADM)

Spoken Justice

Join us for the last Spoken Justice of the semester! 

This is a spoken word event with a focus on identity and social justice issues. These are FREE events open to anyone who wishes to attend and/or participate. Sign-ups to perform begin at 6:15pm each event. Don't like to perform? No problem. Come out and support the artists and hear some amazing student poetry! 

FREE food will be provided by USC Residential Education.

For more information, check out the event page: bit.ly/spokenjustice
Questions? Email socialjustice@usc.edu

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This Spoken Justice event is a collaboration between GSG, Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice, and USC Residential Education.

Ground Zero Performance Cafe (TRO)

PhD in Urban Education Policy (PhD) Webinar

Please join the staff of USC Rossier School of Education Doctor of Philosophy in Urban Education Policy program to learn more about the program. This webinar will provide an overview of USC Rossier, the program, the curriculum and opportunities as a PhD student. To register, please click the link under the "Website" area below.

Please note, all times are in PST time zone unless indicated.

Online

Master of Education in Educational Counseling (EC) Program Webinar Session

Please join the USC Rossier School of Education to learn more about the Master of Education in Educational Counseling program. This webinar will provide an overview of USC Rossier, the curriculum and opportunities as a graduate student. Faculty and admission representatives will share their perspective on the program and its benefits. We hope to see you there!

Online

Master of Education in Enrollment Management and Policy (EMP) Program Webinar Session

Join the faculty creators of the Master of Education in Enrollment Management and Policy program to learn about the new comprehensive graduate degree focused exclusively on enrollment management and policy. 

  • Overview and industry insights with Jerome Lucido, PhD
  • Mini mock class and debrief, demonstrating the curriculum and learning environment with Don Hossler, PhD
  • Application Process 
  • Q & A
Online

Master of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs (PASA) Program Webinar Session

Please join the USC Rossier School of Education to learn more about the Master of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs (PASA) program. This webinar will provide an overview of USC Rossier, the curriculum and opportunities as a graduate student. Faculty and admission representatives will share their perspective on the program and its benefits.

We hope to see you there!

Online

Master of Arts in Teaching- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages & World Masters in Language Teaching Webinar Session

Learn more about USC Rossier Master's programs in teaching, we will be discussing:

  • Master of Arts in Teaching - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MAT-TESOL)
  • Masters in World Language Teaching (WMLT)

Both of these programs are designed for aspiring teachers who are passionate about becoming effective language instructors. This webinar will cover topics such as:

  • Program structure
  • Curriculum and learning outcomes
  • Credential offerings
  • How to apply
Online

Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program Webinar Session

Learn more about the USC Rossier Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program, designed for aspiring classroom teachers who are passionate about becoming effective K-12 instructors and improving learning outcomes for all children. This webinar will cover topics such as:

  • Program structure
  • Curriculum and learning outcomes
  • Credential offerings
  • How to apply
Online

Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology (LDT) Program Webinar Session

Learn more about the USC Rossier Master of Education in Learning, Design and Technology (LDT) program, designed to prepare students who want to start or advance careers in traditional or non-traditional settings in educational program design, online learning, corporate training, performance assessment, instructional design and evaluation, and the management of educational programs. This webinar will discuss:

  • Program Structure
  • Curriculum and learning outcomes
  • Career Tracks
  • How to Apply
Online

Master of Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) Program Webinar Session

Learn more about the USC Rossier Master of Marriage and Family Therapy program prepares students for careers as counselors in clinics, healthcare centers, schools, and private practice. Program graduates who fulfill the additional state-mandated requirements are eligible for the State of California’s Marriage and Family Therapy license. The webinar will discuss:

  • Program Structure
  • Curriculum and learning outcomes
  • Field Placement
  • Career Tracks
  • How to Apply
Online

Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (EDL) On-Campus Information Session

Join us to learn more about USC Rossier’s commitment to advancing educational equity and how the Doctorate of Education in the Educational Leadership (EDL) program can help you advance your career and become a more critically conscious leader in education. This information session will provide details on the application process and showcase the perspectives of faculty, students, and alumni.

USC University Club at King Stoops Hall (EDL)

Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (EDL): Information Session

Join us to learn more about USC Rossier’s commitment to advancing educational equity and how the Doctorate of Education in the Educational Leadership (EDL) program can help you advance your career and become a more critically conscious leader in education. This information session will provide details on the application process and showcase the perspectives of faculty, students, and alumni.

USC University Club at King Stoops Hall (EDL)

Global Executive Doctor of Education (Global EdD) Program Webinar: Class Teaser

We invite you to join Global Executive Ed.D. faculty chair, Dr. Mark Robison, and the program office for a class teaser on Tuesday, December 4th, 2018 at 9:00 am PT.

Please RSVP by Friday, December 1st, 2018 at 5:00pm PT. We encourage you to participate in the online class teaser via Zoom, so check your webcam and audio capabilities on your computer as well as have a phone handy. You will receive a link two days prior to the event.

Online

Master’s Programs Application Tips Webinar

Join the admissions team at USC Rossier for a webinar session to learn how to prepare your application for the Master's programs including:

  • Master of Arts in Teaching - Single and Multiple Subject (MAT)
  • Master of Arts in Teaching - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
  • Master of Education in Educational Counseling (EC)
  • Master of Education in Enrollment Management and Policy (EMP)
  • Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology (LDT)
  • Master of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs (PASA)
  • Master of Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT)

We will cover what our admissions committee is looking for, how to best prepare your application, frequently asked questions, choosing your references, and how to best represent yourself in your application!

Online

USC Rossier Scholars of Color Lecture Series: Stella Flores

Dr. Flores employs quantitative methods to examine large-scale databases, grades K through 20, to investigate the effects of state and federal policies on college access and completion rates for low-income and underrepresented populations. Dr. Flores has written about demographic changes in U.S. education, the role of alternative admissions plans and financial aid programs in college admissions in the U.S and abroad, Minority Serving Institutions, Latino and immigrant students, English Language Learners, and community colleges.

Waite Phillips Hall (WPH)

Global Executive Ed.D. Meet Cohort 7 Q&A

Please join the Director of the University of Southern California's Rossier School of Education Global Executive Ed.D. program and current Cohort 7 students for an opportunity to hear about the program's structure and application process and ask questions about the program.

online

USC Rossier Scholars of Color Lecture Series: Rochelle Gutierrez

Dr. Gutierrez' scholarship focuses on equity issues in mathematics education, paying particular attention to how race, class, and language affect teaching and learning. Through in-depth analyses of effective teaching/learning communities and longitudinal studies of developing and practicing teachers, her work challenges deficit views of students who are Latinx, Black, and/or Indigenous and suggests that mathematics teachers need to be prepared with much more than just content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, or knowledge of diverse students if they are going to be successful. They need political knowledge.

Verna and Peter Dauterive Hall (VPD)

USC Rossier Scholars of Color Lecture Series: Antero Garcia

Antero studies how technology and gaming shape youth learning, literacy practices, and civic identities. Prior to completing his Ph.D., Antero was an English teacher at Manual Arts High School in South Central Los Angeles. His two most recent research studies explore learning and literacies in tabletop roleplaying games like Dungeons & Dragons and how participatory culture shifts classroom relationships and instruction. Based on his research, Antero co-designed the Critical Design and Gaming School--a public high school in South Central Los Angeles.

Verna and Peter Dauterive Hall (VPD)

Spoken Justice

Join us for the first Spoken Justice of the spring semester! 

This is a spoken word event with a focus on identity and social justice issues. These are FREE events open to anyone who wishes to attend and/or participate. Sign-ups to perform begin at 6:15pm each event. Don't like to perform? No problem. Come out and support the artists and hear some amazing student poetry! 

FREE food will be provided by USC Residential Education.

For more information, check out the event page: bit.ly/spokenjustice
Questions? Email socialjustice@usc.edu

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This Spoken Justice event is a collaboration between GSG, Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice, and USC Residential Education.

Tommy's Place (TCC)

Global Executive Doctor of Education (Global EdD) Program Webinar: Q & A

We invite you to join Global Executive Ed.D. faculty chair, Dr. Mark Robison, and the program office for an online Q&A session on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at 3:00 pm PT.

You will be able to ask questions about the program's structure, application process, and travel details. Participants will learn more about how the Global Executive Ed.D. program can prepare them to become a leader with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the 21st century. Finally, you will have the opportunity to introduce yourself to our office and get all your questions answered!

Please RSVP by Monday, February 4th, 2019 at 5:00pm PT. We encourage you to participate in the online Q&A session via Zoom, so check your webcam and audio capabilities on your computer as well as have a phone handy.

You will receive a link 24 hours in advance to access the Zoom room.

Online

Spoken Justice

Join us for Spoken Justice on Thursday, Feb 28! 

This is a spoken word event with a focus on identity and social justice issues. These are FREE events open to anyone who wishes to attend and/or participate. Sign-ups to perform begin at 6:15pm each event. Don't like to perform? No problem. Come out and support the artists and hear some amazing student poetry! 

FREE food will be provided by USC Residential Education.

For more information, check out the event page: bit.ly/spokenjustice
Questions? Email socialjustice@usc.edu

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This Spoken Justice event is a collaboration between GSG, Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice, and USC Residential Education.

Tommy's Place (TCC)

Global Executive Ed.D. March Class Teaser

We invite you to join Global Executive Ed.D. faculty member, Dr. Cathy Krop, and the program office for a class teaser on Broadening Our Search for Education Innovators: Finding Models of Excellence in Unexpected Places.

Onine

Spoken Justice

Join us for Spoken Justice on March 28!

This is a spoken word event with a focus on identity and social justice issues. These are FREE events open to anyone who wishes to attend and/or participate. Sign-ups to perform begin at 6:15pm each event. Don't like to perform? No problem. Come out and support the artists and hear some amazing student poetry! 

FREE food will be provided by USC Residential Education.

For more information, check out the event page: bit.ly/spokenjustice
Questions? Email socialjustice@usc.edu

--
This Spoken Justice event is a collaboration between GSG, Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice, and USC Residential Education.

Tommy's Place (TCC)

Spoken Justice

Join us for the last Spoken Justice of the school year! 

This is a spoken word event with a focus on identity and social justice issues. These are FREE events open to anyone who wishes to attend and/or participate. Sign-ups to perform begin at 6:15pm each event. Don't like to perform? No problem. Come out and support the artists and hear some amazing student poetry! 

FREE food will be provided by USC Residential Education.

For more information, check out the event page: bit.ly/spokenjustice
Questions? Email socialjustice@usc.edu

--
This Spoken Justice event is a collaboration between GSG, Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice, and USC Residential Education.

Tommy's Place (TCC)

Spoken Justice

Join us for the last Spoken Justice of the school year! 

This is a spoken word event with a focus on identity and social justice issues. These are FREE events open to anyone who wishes to attend and/or participate. Sign-ups to perform begin at 6:15pm each event. Don't like to perform? No problem. Come out and support the artists and hear some amazing student poetry! 

FREE food will be provided by USC Residential Education.

For more information, check out the event page: bit.ly/spokenjustice
Questions? Email socialjustice@usc.edu

--
This Spoken Justice event is a collaboration between GSG, Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice, and USC Residential Education.

Tommy's Place (TCC)