Campus Events

Research in Equity Lecture Series: Fantasy Lozada

Fantasy Lozada is an assistant professor of developmental psychology whose research takes into consideration how cultural-related beliefs (i.e., beliefs about emotion, race and discrimination) and race-related experiences impact social-emotional competence among ethnic minority youth.

All presentations take place at noon in Dauterive LL-101 on University Park Campus (unless otherwise noted). Lectures will also be streamed online through the USC Rossier Facebook page.

Verna and Peter Dauterive Hall (VPD)

Research in Equity Lecture Series: DeLeon Gray

DeLeon Gray is an assistant professor whose research examines how adolescents and emerging adults perceive and interpret their social encounters in achievement contexts, and whether these mental representations account for their achievement beliefs and behaviors.

All presentations take place at noon in Dauterive LL-101 on University Park Campus (unless otherwise noted). Lectures will also be streamed online through the USC Rossier Facebook page.

Verna and Peter Dauterive Hall (VPD)

Pullias Center: College Access in a Digital Era Workshop

College Access in a Digital Era — a practitioner convening to address digital issues in the college access space

Featuring keynote panels and interactive workshops, this inaugural event brings together diverse stakeholders — about 100 academics, practitioners, foundations, and nonprofits — to highlight key concerns, share best practices, and develop innovative implementation strategies using technology to promote college access. The convening is part of USC Pullias Center for Higher Education’s effort to improve college-going outcomes through digital tools.

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Research in Equity Lecture Series: Kalena Cortes

Kalena Cortes is an associate professor at the Bush School of Government and Public Service. Her research focuses on policies relating to curriculum reform, diversity in higher education, post-secondary returns to education and educational achievement of immigrant children in the United States.

All presentations take place at noon in Dauterive LL-101 on University Park Campus (unless otherwise noted). Lectures will also be streamed online through the USC Rossier Facebook page.

Verna and Peter Dauterive Hall (VPD)