New Faculty Onboarding Zoom Series

Noted below are two upcoming Zoom sessions presented by the Office of the Executive Vice Provost for new full-time faculty. These online information sessions have been designed to augment your own school/department’s orientation and the Human Resources new employee onboarding process, providing additional information to help you get settled and direct you to key university resources and benefits.

Center for Excellence in Teaching
November 11, 2021 | 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Ingrid Steiner
Assistant Director of Arts & Humanities Faculty Development

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Campus Wellbeing and Crisis Intervention

Lynette S. Merriman
Associate Vice Provost for Campus Support Intervention

Patrick Prince
Associate Vice Provost, Threat Assessment and Intervention

Ilene Rosenstein
Associate Vice Provost, Campus Wellbeing & Education

Unable to make it? See recording here.

Professional Development & Promotion for New RTPC Faculty

Ginger Clark
Associate Vice Provost for Academic and Faculty Affairs;Director, Center for Excellence in Teaching (CET); Professor of Clinical Education

Unable to make it? See recording here.

Return to Campus – what will Fall 2021 look like?

Looking ahead to fall, we plan to resume a normal range of campus activities, though with some measures to reduce density where needed.

Overall, we expect:

  • Primarily in-person classes;
  • Typical occupancy for USC Housing;
  • Indoor and outdoor dining options for students;
  • Resumption of most student-life activities.

To read the full list of questions and answers, please click here.

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Official messages and status updates from USC

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USC has taken several significant actions to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, similar to steps the city of Los Angeles and other local municipalities have announced.

We are continuing to monitor the rapidly evolving situation in light of information from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health about the community spread of the virus in the county.

The university’s leadership will continue to monitor the situation closely and will continue to provide updates as the situation evolves.

COVID-19 updates for faculty link:

Academic FAQ’s for students link:

Academic FAQ’s for faculty link:

Community Messages – Official Messages from USC link:

Faculty in the Classroom FAQ’s link:

Roadmap to Return: Our Current Phase link: