10th Anniversary of the Ming Hsieh Department of EE!

Michelle Electrical, Internship, Michelle 0 Comments

A few weeks ago, I had the honor of being the student speaker at the 10th anniversary of the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering! It was a wonderful reception, and I was so excited to meet the namesake of USC’s amazing EE department, Dr. Ming Hsieh. I enjoyed myself immensely, especially when I listened to Dean Yortsos, Provost Michael …

What Classes do Electrical Engineers Take?

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So it’s hard to believe, but we are now past the halfway point of the semester. Lately, I’ve been thinking about the remaining of my semesters here at USC, which can be a little daunting considering I’m a junior now! For a quick update, I’m taking three electrical engineering courses: Linear Systems, Probability and Statistics for EE, and Physical Electronics. …

Space is Hard – Interning at Aerospace

Shayna Goldberger Astronautical, Electrical, Internship, Professional & Academic, Shayna 0 Comments

This summer I have been interning at the Aerospace Corporation in El Segundo, working with the group that advises and assists the Air Force on their weather satellite programs. I actually sit in the LA Air Force Base (which I didn’t even know existed before this summer), which has been really interesting, and only a little intimidating.     Along …

Best Parts of Being a College Student at SC!

Michelle Electrical, Food, Free Time, Michelle, Museums, Viterbi Life, Why USC 0 Comments

Hey everyone! The semester is almost over, it’s and kind of crazy to think that I’m going to be halfway done with college! This got me thinking about the amazing time I’ve had so far here at SC, and what my favorite parts are as an engineering student in the middle of LA. Of course, I love being an electrical …

From Blueprint to Building Things!

Madelina-2016 Biomedical, Electrical, Madelina, Viterbi Life, Women In Engineering 0 Comments

Hi everyone! Today I’d like to share with you all about my favorite class this semester here in Singapore. There’s a lot of great choices to choose from, as I’m taking all engineering courses this spring (which clearly means my course load is really cool). However, I think my favorite so far has been my biomedical electronics class, BN3401. In …

10/10 Would Recommend Classes at USC!

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Hey guys! So I’m really enjoying my semester so far, and I thought I’d share some of my favorite classes! I’ve discovered that my most interesting classes usually tend to be my engineering courses, and this is 100% true for my EE courses! My favorite part about my EE courses is that the theoretical and practical parts of engineering are …

Fall 2015 Semester Recap!

Michelle Best of LA, Electrical, Michelle, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Plus, Why USC 0 Comments

Hey everyone! Finals week is in full swing now, and I’m taking a quick break to look back on this amazing semester! It feels like just yesterday everyone moved in and was getting used to their new courses… time really does fly when you’re having fun! I’d like to share some of the highlights of my semester, so let’s get …

City Fellows Consortium–Entrepreneurship in LA

eric-2016 Computer Science, Electrical, Entrepreneurship, Eric, Viterbi Plus, Work 0 Comments

Hey everyone! Hope everything is going well—especially those filling out college applications! I’ve talked about all the fun research projects and other engineering activities that I’ve been doing on and off campus, but one that I haven’t mentioned yet is the City Fellows Consortium! This is something that I’m super passionate about and co-founding this consortium has been one of the …

Make your voice heard–Life at USC

eric-2016 Electrical, Eric, Viterbi Life, Why USC 0 Comments

Hey everyone! Hope everyone is doing well and that high school seniors are getting those applications filled out! I often discuss the numerous wonderful opportunities that USC gives its students—from awesome career services offices, chances to travel abroad, and hands-on academic counseling to a large variety of student groups that cover the whole spectrum of social and professional interests. But …

Sandia, Facebook, and Beyond!

eric-2016 Computer Science, Electrical, Eric, Internship, Work 0 Comments

Hey guys—hope everything is going well! As you know, my major at USC is Electrical Engineering and my emphasis is in robotics. And at the same time, I’m pursuing an Entrepreneurship minor in Marshall. My dream job soon after finishing my higher education would be to work in a technology management role at an innovative company preferably working on a …

SC Racing: Coolest Student Organization Around!

Michelle Design Teams, Electrical, Michelle, Viterbi Orgs 0 Comments

Hi everyone! The semester is finally in full swing, with midterm season looming in the (not-so-far) distance! On the bright side, with the semester in full force, this means that all the student organizations are also hard at work! One of my favorite student organizations at USC is definitely SC Racing! Last year as a freshman, I began hearing about …

Move Fast and Break Things–My Internship Experience

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This summer I have been incredibly lucky to get the opportunity to work on cutting-edge research projects at Facebook and here is what I have experienced so far! If you didn’t know, Facebook was originally a social networking service website developed by Mark Zuckerberg from his college dorm room and now has 1.4 billion monthly users all across the globe. …

Dare Mighty Things: My Summer Internship at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 

Michelle Electrical, Internship, Michelle, Viterbi Summer, Work 0 Comments

Hi everyone! Hope your summers have been going well! My summer has been pretty eventful, and it’s only going to get even busier! As soon as I finished my freshman year, I got to go home to relax and recharge for a month. From there, I headed straight back to SoCal to begin my summer internship at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory! JPL …

Qualcomm Women’s Collegiate Conference 2015

Ellen Computer Science, Electrical, Ellen, Work 0 Comments

Hey everyone! While my fellow VSAs will be sharing a little bit about research experiences with you this week, I thought I’d tell you about a conference that I had the opportunity to attend this past winter break.  Last fall, I got an email about a conference hosted by Qualcomm, a telecommunications and semiconductor company co-founded by USC’s own Andrew …

Spark SC

SparkSC + Project #CodeTruck

calvin-2016 Calvin, Computer Science, Electrical, Entrepreneurship, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Orgs, Viterbi Plus 0 Comments

One of the student organizations I participate in, Spark SC, recently finished working with The Michelson 20 Million Minds Foundation and General Assembly on Project #CodeTruck. This initiative exposed inner-city students to the world of tech and entrepreneurship in the hopes of sparking students’ interest in these fields. The world of tech is a pool of affluence that many communities don’t have access too, …