Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend a free, one-hour seminar on earthquake preparedness, held in Mayer Auditorium on the Health Sciences Campus from 11 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, Oct. 28. The program will be presented by Steven Goldfarb, a USC fire safety and emergency planning specialist, and is hosted by Health Sciences Public Relations and Marketing. Cookies and beverages will be provided, and attendees are welcome to bring their own lunch. For more information on earthquake preparedness, visit the Dare to Prepare Web site at daretoprepare.org.
Top stories on USC News
Trojans drop, cover and hold on during annual Great ShakeOut earthquake drill
A mass casualty exercise outside the Engemann Student Health Center adds a dose of realism to the drill, not to mention valuable practice.
USC doctor finds evidence of human rights abuses, alleged war crimes against Rohingya refugees
Through interviews with Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar, USC emergency physician Parveen Parmar and others document brutal attacks against the Muslim minority group.
Augmented reality app adds interactive enhancements to scientific posters, presentations
A new smartphone app created by USC scientists uses augmented reality to visualize scientific data via 3D models and video.