We promote international studies,…
…broadly defined from diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives, with inclusive demographic and geographic coverage expanding beyond the United States.
Through our programs and initiatives, the Center for International Studies enhances the research productivity of our affiliated faculty and PhD students while also contributing to a public understanding of international affairs.
Global Health Disparities in STI/HIV Care and Prevention
Keynote Speaker: Bradley Stoner, MD, PhD, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Moderator: Sofia Gruskin, Professor of Preventive Medicine and Chief of the Disease Prevention, Policy, and Global Health Division at the Keck School of Medicine; Professor of Law at the Gould School of Law; Director, USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health; affiliate faculty member with the Spatial Sciences Institute at USC Dornsife
This event is co-sponsored by the Center for International Studies; Center for the Political Future; Levan Institute for the Humanities; USC Dornsife Departments of Anthropology, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Political Science and International Relations, & Sociology; Institute on Inequalities in Global Health; Institute for Inequity Research; Keck Narrative Medicine; and The Blackstonians.
Through conferences, lectures, and professionalization seminars, we foster a community of scholarship at USC.
The center’s research grant program supports faculty, PhD students, and undergraduates.
Through our funding and collaboration within and beyond USC, our affiliated scholars conduct original research, present at conferences, and publish books and articles.