USC Professor Roberto Suro talks about Immigration and America's changing attitudes over time.
A briefing by Dr. Kathleen McChesney on the history of sexual abuse by Ordained priests in the Catholic Church.
Lynn Vavrekc, the Marvin Hoffenberg professor of American Politics and Public Policy at UCA and contributor to The Upshot at the New York Times, speaks on the 2016 election and America's identity.
Thomas Priselac, president and CEO of Cedars-Sinai Health System talks about the future of health care.
Bruce Bennett, from the RAND corporation talks about the ongoing crisis in Korea.
JPL Mission Director Marc Rayman, talks about NASA's Dawn Mission to the Asteroid Belt.
USC Professor Dan Schnur, speaks on "Deep Blue California in the Age of Trump and Beyond"
UCLA Professor James Gelvin, speaks on "The Middle East, Where is the Road Leading?"
Jim Newton, editor at large of The Los Angeles Times and journalism professor at UCLA speaks on Media Bias in the Age of Trump
Evidence based medicine with Dr Scot Weingarten, chief clinical transformation officer at Cedars Sinai.
Kenneth Turan, film critic of the Los Angeles Times and Nation Public Radio discusses What Comes Next in Movies
Malissa Shriver, Executive Director of Turnaround Arts, explains how adding arts programs to a disadvantaged school can improve academic performance.
Eugene Volokh, UCLA law professor and publisher of the blog "The Volokh Conspiracy" discusses challenges to free speech on campuses today.
Dan Schnur, director of the Jesse Unruh Institute of Politics at USC discusses Trump, Sanders and the angry voter.
Carey Nachenberg, author, UCLA professor and cyber-security expert discusses cyber warfare and cyber-security.
Dean Erwin Chemerinsky of the UC Irvine Law School discusses the U.S. Supreme Court and the Scalia vacancy.
Olga Oliker, Director of Russia and Eurasia Program at CSIS, discusses Vladimir
Putin and Russian foreign policy.
Terry McCarthy, Emmy and Edward R. Murrow Award winning journalist, speaks about his experiences as a correspondent.
Barbara Coombs Lee, president of Compassion & Choices speaks on death with dignity.
E. Randol Shoenberg tells about his work recovering Nazi-looted art and the fight for Gustav Klimt's "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer" (the subject of the 2015 film "Woman in Gold")
May 2nd, 2015 "Are the U.S. and China on a Collision Course?"
What Do We Really Know About Each Other? - Clayton Dube - Director of the USC U.S.-China Institute
The Influence Game - David Kang - Professor of International Relations at USC and Director of the USC Korean Studies Institute
The Chinese Political Evolution - Teresa Wright - Chair, Political Science Department, Cal State Long Beach
The Air They (and We) Breathe - Benjamin Van Rooij - Professor of U.S.-China Business and Law, University California Irvine
Part 1 - Individual Presentations - Click here to see video of presentations
Part 2 - Panel Discussion - Click here to see video of panel discussion