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Video: USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance

The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance combines artistic preeminence with industry access at one of the nation’s top private research universities. Through exclusive collaborations with some of the world’s foremost dance innovators, USC Kaufman is quickly becoming a premiere hub for dance.

“The new movement at the USC Kaufman School of Dance is about being leaders in the field of dance education,” said Dean Robert Cutietta.

Kaufman

USC Kaufman seeks Part-Time Lecturer in Dance Studies

The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance invites applications for a fixed-term position as Part-Time Lecturer in Dance Studies to teach an academic course entitled Dance and Popular Culture. This course involves the study of social dance styles and their evolution in recreational and professional settings. This course meets twice a week and serves as a means of examining the role of dance in contemporary culture. The class encompasses a heavy lecture component and a small practical studio component. Visit usccareers.usc.edu for an application and details.

USC Choreographic Institute

The mission of the USC Choreographic Institute is to establish how choreographic systems advance research in a variety of fields and to advocate for the social and cognitive value of choreography.

The USC Choreographic Institute is an international platform for innovative initiatives in choreographic research, practice, and mentorship. Working closely with partner schools at USC, including the Schools of Cinematic Arts,Gerontology, and Music, the  Institute engages artists, scientists, gamers, and humanists in exploring the intersections of movement, creative technologies, and well-being. Advised by world-renowned choreographer and artist William Forsythe, the USC Choreographic Institute is the research platform of the newly founded Glorya Kaufman School of Dance at the University of Southern California.