Have you ever wanted to be in the same room with a Rock Star of Science?Have you ever wanted to listen to a bestselling author and CBS news contributor speak over a delicious box lunch? If so, are you doing anything from noon to 1:30 on May 28?
Please join the USC Women in Management for a luncheon with Dr. David B. Agus, Professor of Medicine and Engineering, Keck School of Medicine and USC Viterbi School of Engineering, director of the USC Norris Westside Cancer Center and the USC Center for Applied Molecular Medicine, CBS News contributor on health matters, bestselling author of “The End of Illness” and “A Short Guide to a Long Life,” and a 2009 Geoffrey Beene Rock Star of Science.We are very grateful to Dr. Agus for graciously agreeing to speak at our luncheon, and we are completely delighted to bring this wonderful speaker to WIM members and their guests.Hope to see you there on May 28.
RSVP and more information at http://www.uscwim.org/calendar.asp
$15 WIM members; $18 non-members
Dr. David B. Agus WIM Luncheon
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Noon to 1:30 Download the flyer
The “State of the University”/Senior Vice President Luncheon
Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
Senior Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer
Albert R. Checcio
Senior Vice President, University Advancement
Senior Vice President, Administration
Thomas E. Jackiewicz
Senior Vice President and Chief Executive Officer for USC Health
Thomas S. Sayles
Senior Vice President, University Relations
This annual event is always dynamic and full of information vital to professionals, managers and administrators at all levels of our organization. These are exciting and ever-evolving times in higher education and at USC, and we are thrilled that Provost Garrett and all of the Senior Vice Presidents will each be available to present a short address about their respective areas of responsibility. We will save time at the end of the event so that attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage in dialogue.
RSVP open now!
DATE: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
TIME: Noon to 1:30pm
PLACE: UPC – Town and Gown
COST: $15.00 members / $18.00 guests RSVP: http://www.uscwim.org/calendar.asp
Photos from the “Building a Flourishing Culture of Development” luncheon discussion with Marlene Loadvine, Senior Associate Dean, External Relations, School of Cinematic Arts on February 18, 2014 at Doheny Memorial Library.
Please join us for the second WIM program of the year
Building a Flourishing Culture of Development
a luncheon discussion with Marlene Loadvine, Senior Associate Dean, External Relations, School of Cinematic Arts
Ms. Loadvine will share professional experiences and personal anecdotes from working in fundraising for over 35 years, including the early days with Dean Elizabeth Daley to insights into supporting USC’s current campaign. She will explore the evolving environment for women in leadership and the changing nature of Development.
DATE Tuesday, February 18, 2014
TIME: Noon to 1:30pm
PLACE: Doheny Memorial Library (DML 240)
COST: $15.00 Members | $18.00 Guests
Since 1991, under her leadership at the School of Cinematic Arts, Marlene Loadvine has raised over half a billion dollars in new gifts and pledges and increased the endowment from $6 million to over $190 million, including a record 25 endowed faculty positions. In October of 2006 the school announced the largest single donation in USC history with $175 million gift from the George Lucas Family Foundation. Marlene and her fundraising team have brought in $135 million towards the capital construction funds for the new Cinematic Arts complex.
Marlene has been in professional fundraising for more than three decades and at USC since 1985, continuing in her third University-wide campaign. In addition to her long-time association with USC, Marlene has been a member and speaker for the National Society of Fundraising Executives (NSFRE) and Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).
Marlene holds a Bachelor degree in Psychology and her Master of Business Administration from the USC Marshall School of Business. She and her husband Bill are parents of two USC daughters.