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EASC Grad Forum 3: Work/Life Balance and Time Management

MONDAY | FEBRUARY 2 | 12:00 - 1:30 PM | Ahn House

It can sometimes seem as if professional success can only come at the price of personal sacrifice. Academia in particular has a set of unique dynamics and demands that can make it appear difficult to navigate both work and life. This seminar will introduce some basic time management and work-life balance skills that can help ameliorate those tensions. Priorities, publishing, tenure, and beyond, and the issue of family and children are among the topics to be covered. This seminar will be presented by Professor David Kang, EASC & KSI Director.

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Event Wrap: Yu Hong Manuscript Review

Professors Eric Harwit and Zhongdang Pan, as well as USC faculty and PhD students, provided valuable critique and feedback on Professor Yu Hong's manuscript, Networking the Nation.

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Event Wrap: Ideas of Asia in the Museum-An International Symposium

A distinguished group of scholars and museum curators gathered from across the country and world at the USC Doheny Memorial Library and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to examine the collecting and display of Asian art in relation to different conceptualizations of Asia. Panelists and audience members alike joined in in-depth discussions that marked this intellectually packed two-day event.

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Event Wrap: Roulette City Screening and Director Q&A

The screening proved to be a success as the films played to a capacity crowd in the Rosen Family Theatre, which was followed by an engaging Q&A session with Director/Actor Thomas Lim. Director Lim fielded many questions from students as well as aspiring filmmakers and actors. For a video recording of the Q&A session, please click here

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In the January 26, 2015 issue:

>Event Reminder: 2015 EASC East Asia Career Panel
>Upcoming Event: EASC Grad Forum
>Event Wrap: Yu Hong Manuscript Review
>Event Wrap: Ideas of Asia in the Museum
>Event Wrap: Roulette City Screening and Director Q&A
>Upcoming Application Deadlines
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Headlines

An International Arts Event Accents the Treasures of Asia
January 28, 2015
USC News detailed the "Ideas of Asia in the Musuem" symposium that featured collections from the USC Pacific Asia Museum.

Exhibiting Asia
January 26, 2015
USC Dornsife featured the "Ideas of Asia in the Museum" symposium that took place at USC and LACMA.

Pacific Asia Museum: Signs of progress after first year under USC
January 16, 2015
LA Time featured USC Pacific Asia Museum, who recently announced their first acquisition since their acquisition by USC and two public events.

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