Homecoming and Family Weekend - Torero Talks

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Homecoming and Family Weekend - Torero Talks

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Homecoming and Family Weekend - Torero Talks

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Date and Time

  • Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.



5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110




Start your Saturday morning with Torero Talks! Families and alumni are invited to enjoy a champagne continental breakfast at the campus Open House of their choice featuring speakers discussing unique topics in their field.

Cost: $10 per person, Free for kids under 5 

  • Books and Bubblies
    Mother Hill Reading Room, Copley Library
    Come hear Theresa Byrd, Ed.D., dean of the University Library, talk about the latest library renovation plans and features. The Archives department will provided two tours of the library’s special collections and will also be showcasing the recently digitized yearbooks and student newspaper, The USD Vista.
  • School of Business is Getting a New Home
    Front of Olin Hall, School of Business
    With its reputation growing - enrollment numbers are up and demand is high, which leaves Olin Hall bursting at the seams! Get in on the ground floor and join Robert "Buddy" Bohrer ’97 (MBA) of Chelsea Investment Corporation to learn why it's so exciting to get involved with a building project early on in the process, and hear from Barbara Lougee, Ph.D., interim dean of the School of Business, about the exciting state-of-the art teaching and learning complex that is set to transform the School of Business campus footprint!.The School of Business has steadily acquired a strong reputation as a source of distinctive education and professional preparation for confronting the world's most urgent and important problems and opportunities.
  • Knowledge Transfer Panel and Networking with Parent Relations and Career Development Center 
    Manchester Hall, Career Development Center
    The USD Knowledge Transfer program is a series of industry-specific forums on campus where USD students, parents, and alumni can hear from a panel of experts from a specific industry on particular topics. This is an opportunity to directly network with top industry professionals who have a vested interest in USD as Torero alumni or parents. Networking with these professionals can lead to valuable opportunities.
  • Building the Retail Revolution: From Engineer to Influencer presented by Baxter Box 
    Shiley Engineering Ideation Space, School of Engineering
    Baxter Box, '06 alumnus in electrical engineering, and his wife, Amber, are the founders of RewardStyle, an online marketplace that allows influencers to monetize their content. Working with 45,000 influencers and 4,500 retailers, RewardStyle is the largest online influencer shopping channel, featuring content in fashion, health and wellness, maternity and parenting, home design, and travel. Hear his story and learn what's next for online retail marketing.
  • Torero Talk with Dr. Lawrence Sykoff
    West Plaza, Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, SOLES
    Check back soon for more information.
  • Torero Talk with Dr. Laurie Ecoff
    Beyster Institute Plaza, School of Nursing
    Check back soon for more information.
  • What Binds Us Together with Dean Noelle Norton, College of Arts & Sciences
    We rarely, if ever, have time to consider what it is we share in common as graduates of USD. We reminisce about friends, faculty and fun, but our foundation gets overlooked. How can we articulate the vision of our USD experience at work, at home and in the community? How are we all intimately connected as alumni from one of the top universities in the world? Join Dean Noelle Norton and a lively group of College faculty to discuss USD's mission, vision and core foundation that tie us all together.
  • Jaime Beck: Free to Thrive
    Guadalupe Hall Back Patio, School of Law
    Discussion with Jaime Beck '11 JD, USD Distinguished Alumni "Rising Star". Jamie is the President and Managing Attorney of Free to Thrive, a non profit organization that empowers survivors of all forms of human trafficking in their journey to becoming thrivers.
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5998 Alcalá Park
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