The 2018 Holt Lecture will focus on gender equality in the workplace and institutions. Gretchen Carlson, formerly of Fox News, will join Professor Lisa Schweitzer for a forward-looking conversation on creating institutions which empower individuals rather than harm. Carlson is among many journalists and media personalities who have stepped into the light of public conversation regarding a rampant institutional blind-eye toward sexual abuses and exploitation.
Rep. Bass to discuss the FBI and Black Identity Extremism with Homegrown Violet Extremism (HVE) expert Dr. Erroll Southers
The USC Safe Communities Institute and the USC Bedrosian Center on Governance invite you to a conversation on the ramifications of the FBI assessment on Black Identity Extremism (BIE). Thursday, December 21st 6pm to 7:30pm at Ralph & Goldy Lewis Hall, USC, room 101
Ehsan Zaffar, an instructor with USC CREATE, USC Price SCI, and frequent speaker at Bedrosian Center, has been invited to join the Council on Foreign Relations as a term member. CFR is a nonpartisan think tank specializing in foreign policy and international affairs. This highly-selective organization with 4,900 members worldwide, includes more than a dozen U.S. secretaries of state…
Housing costs are deterring top-talent from entering the Los Angeles job market, and leading to higher costs in recruiting and retaining employees, according to a new survey released today by Raphael Bostic, a USC Price School of Public Policy Professor and the newly appointed head of the Atlanta Federal Reserve. Bostic led a team of USC researchers in surveying major L.A. employers accounting for nearly 200,000 jobs in key sectors including utilities, healthcare, education, government, engineering and finance ..
While rental housing is often associated with large, high-rise apartments, 54 percent of U.S. rentals are in small and medium multifamily housing (SMMF), properties with between two and 49 units. SMMF is a much more important source of homes than has generally been recognized, especially for low-income households, according to new research from Enterprise Community Partners Inc. (Enterprise) and the The USC Bedrosian Center on Governance, housed at the USC Price School of Public Policy.
Policy at the Playhouse began as an initiative at the USC Bedrosian Center with the idea that conversations about governance happen in many different forms and must be voiced by many different communities. Because the School of Dramatic Arts is steeped in the language and voices of artists in the field, this partnership will allow the program to grow and deepen within the USC community. The initiative will provide conversations about theatrical productions on and off campus, as well as create a new podcast of the same name to bring conversations about Angeleno theatre to off-campus audiences.
Request for Proposals Funding dates: April 1, 2017 through August 15, 2017 RFP Issued: February 15, 2017 Proposals Due: March 15, 2017 Through a sponsorship from the Beverly Hills/Greater Los Angeles Association of REALTORS, the Bedrosian Center will make available $5,000 total funding for USC Price Faculty to pay for student salary or expenses. USC…