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Events

Learn more about USC Rossier by attending one of our informative and engaging events. View the upcoming schedule and RSVP today.

Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (EDL) and Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership online: K-12 concentration (EDL online) webinar

Join the USC Rossier Office of Admissions and Scholarships to learn more about the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (EDL) and Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership online: K-12 concentration (EDL online) programs. These programs will prepare you to understand and apply relevant research and theory as a leader of K-12 schools, community colleges or other educational organizations. Designed to accommodate your schedule as a working professional, this three-year program trains you to become a critically conscious leader with the skills to address inequities in education that affect learning opportunities and outcomes. Candidates for this program must have a master’s degree, a minimum of three years of relevant full-time work experience and leadership experience.

Note: The EDL on campus program offers four concentrations of study. The EDL online program is offered for the K-12 Leadership in Urban School Settings concentration only.

Online

Master of Enrollment Management and Policy online (EMP online) Lunch & Learn

Join the creator of the EMP program and faculty lead, Dr. Jerome Lucido, current students and your admission representative for an information session over complimentary lunch on campus to learn more about the program and how it can help you advance your career in enrollment management.

Fight On!

USC University Park Campus

Rossier Scholars of Color Lecture Series: Cheryl E. Matias

Dr. Cheryl E. Matias is an Associate Professor in the School of Education & Human Development (SEHD) at the University of Colorado Denver. She earned her doctorate at UCLA with an emphasis in race and ethnic studies in education. She is the author of book Feeling White and delivers national talks and workshops on whiteness, racial justice, and diversity. She is a motherscholar of three, including boy-girl twins, an avid Lakers fan, and Bachata ballroom dancer.

Verna and Peter Dauterive Hall (VPD)

Master of Marriage Family Therapy (MFT) Webinar

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

Master of Education in Educational Counseling (EC) Webinar

Learn more about the Master of Education in Educational Counseling (EC) program. This webinar will provide an overview of the expected career outcomes from the program, what it’s like to be a USC Rossier student, the curriculum and opportunities as a graduate student including graduate assistantships. Join your admission representatives as they share their perspectives on the program and its benefits.

We hope to see you there!

Online

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

Learn more about the Master of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs (PASA) program. This webinar will provide an overview of the expected career outcomes from the program, what it’s like to be a USC Rossier student, the curriculum and opportunities as a graduate student including graduate assistantships. Faculty and your admission representative will share their perspective on the program and its benefits.

We hope to see you there!

Online

Spotlight: USC with USC Office of Graduate Admissions

Join the USC Office of Graduate Admissions for Spotlight: USC! Learn how to successfully complete USC's online Graduate Application, avoid common mistakes (and possible delays) and make the strongest presentation possible to your prospective USC graduate program.

Following this event from 9:30 am to 12 pm, set up a consultation with your USC Rossier representative to learn more about your program. YOU MUST REGISTER FOR A CONSULTATION SEPARATELY AT THIS LINK.

Ronald Tutor Campus Center (TCC)

Oded Gurantz Guest Lecture

Gurantz's research focuses on gaps in college enrollment and completion between students from historically underserved groups and their more privileged peers. With a background in economics and education policy, he uses quantitative research methods, primarily quasi-experimental and experimental designs, to examine programs and policies that are both effective and efficient in ameliorating educational disparities. A key component of Oded’s research agenda is the development of long-term, collaborative partnerships with educational and government agencies. This approach helps his findings address not just theoretical questions in the literature but ensures that the results are relevant to current public policy debates and well-positioned to lead to actionable change.

Verna and Peter Dauterive Hall (VPD)

Racial Equity Leadership Academy

Racial Equity Leadership Academy (RELA) is a new program designed by the USC Race and Equity Center for our campus.  RELA is crafted for staff, faculty, and administrators who want to become race-conscious and equity-minded practitioners with the capacity to intentionally and strategically transform their departments, schools, and divisions. 

UPC Campus

Rossier All Program Mixer - Orange County

Learn more about the USC Rossier School of Education's Master and Doctoral Programs. USC Rossier is dedicated to developing change agents in the study and practice of urban education. We encourage you to attend our mixer which will provide you the opportunity to speak with admissions representatives, faculty, current students and alumni from our programs. 

Cucina Enoteca Irvine

Racial Equity Leadership Academy

Racial Equity Leadership Academy (RELA) is a new program designed by the USC Race and Equity Center for our campus.  RELA is crafted for staff, faculty, and administrators who want to become race-conscious and equity-minded practitioners with the capacity to intentionally and strategically transform their departments, schools, and divisions. 

UPC Campus

Rossier Scholars of Color Lecture Series: Denisa Gandara

Dr. Denisa Gandara is an Assistant Professor of Higher Education. She earned her Ph.D. in Higher Education at the University of Georgia. Her research agenda broadly explores higher education policy formulation processes and impacts, especially on populations traditionally underserved in higher education. Her work appears in The Journal of Higher EducationResearch in Higher Education, and Review of Higher Education, and she is a co-author of the book Outcomes Based Funding and Race in Higher Education: Can Equity be Bought? Dr. Gándara is the recipient of an AERA Research Grant and a dissertation fellowship from the Ford Foundation and the National Academies of Sciences.

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Racial Equity Leadership Academy

Racial Equity Leadership Academy (RELA) is a new program designed by the USC Race and Equity Center for our campus.  RELA is crafted for staff, faculty, and administrators who want to become race-conscious and equity-minded practitioners with the capacity to intentionally and strategically transform their departments, schools, and divisions. 

UPC Campus

Amalia Dache-Gerbino

Dr. Dache-Gerbino is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Missouri. Her experiences as a former Cuban refugee and student traversing U.S. educational systems, such as urban K-12 schools, community college, state college and a private research intensive university inform her research and professional experiences. Her major research areas include the postcolonial geographic contexts of higher education, racial justice movements and the college access experiences of African diasporic students and communities. Dr. Dache-Gerbino was awarded the University of Missouri’s NAACP 2018 Frankie M. Freeman Faculty of the year which followed her national recognition in 2014, as the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Bobby Wright Dissertation of the year award recipient.

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Racial Equity Leadership Academy

Racial Equity Leadership Academy (RELA) is a new program designed by the USC Race and Equity Center for our campus.  RELA is crafted for staff, faculty, and administrators who want to become race-conscious and equity-minded practitioners with the capacity to intentionally and strategically transform their departments, schools, and divisions. 

UPC Campus

Rossier Scholars of Color Lecture Series: Nolan Cabrera

Dr. Nolan Cabrera is an Associate Professor in the Center for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Arizona. He studies the racial dynamics on college campuses, with a particular focus on Whiteness, and was the only academic featured in the MTV documentary White People. Dr. Cabrera is also involved in the controversary surrounding the Tucson Unified School District's former Mexican American Studies program. He is a recipient of the prestigious education early career award, the Spencer/National Academy of Education postdoctoral fellowship. Dr. Cabrera's publications have appeared in the leading education and higher education journals such as American Educational Research Journal, Review of Higher Education, Journal of College Student Development, and Research in Higher Education, and his work has been used extensively in education, policy, and legal environments. Dr. Cabrera is a UA College of Education Erasmus Scholar, Emerging Scholar for the American College Personnel Association, Faculty Affiliate with UT Austin's Project M.A.L.E.S., and Faculty Fellow for the American Association for Hispanics in Higher Education.

Waite Phillips Hall (WPH)

Racial Equity Leadership Academy

Racial Equity Leadership Academy (RELA) is a new program designed by the USC Race and Equity Center for our campus.  RELA is crafted for staff, faculty, and administrators who want to become race-conscious and equity-minded practitioners with the capacity to intentionally and strategically transform their departments, schools, and divisions. 

UPC Campus