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Speaker: Brittany Lasseigne, PhD

USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology 3715 McClintock Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Please join us for a Colloquium Series lecture featuring Brittany Lasseigne, PhD, an assistant professor of cell, developmental and integrative biology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Speaker: Dena Dubal, PhD

USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology 3715 McClintock Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Please join us for a Colloquium Series lecture featuring Dena Dubal, PhD, professor in residence neurology at the University of California San Francisco.

Annual Activities and Events

Our aim is to showcase the ongoing research projects of scholars and provide them with a chance to develop their presentation skills. This is crucial in demonstrating to students the role of a scientist engaged in aging research. During our retreat, students are allotted time to present their research to USC faculty, peers, and other professionals from the STEM field. Scholars also participate in career development activities and professional workshops such as: Writing a CV, Interviewing Tips, and Time Management

This year our GEMSTEM retreat took place at the Courtyard in Downtown Long Beach on April 1-2, 2023.

Colloquium Series in Multidisciplinary Research on Aging

Students are expected to attend invited lectures by nationally and internationally recognized scholars in the field of aging. There are generally 5-6 lectures per semester given in this series.

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Undergraduate Symposium Presentation

The USC Undergraduate Symposium for Scholarly and Creative Work provides students with the opportunity to exhibit research and creative work with the university community. Each year, the Undergraduate Symposium awards first and second prizes for outstanding work in each of the five academic categories: (1) Arts & Architecture, (2) Humanities, (3) Life Sciences, (4) Physical Sciences, Mathematics & Engineering, and (5) Social Sciences.

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