NAE Grand Challenges: Update!!

Rhea Choudhury Biomedical, Entrepreneurship, Free Time, Involvement, Major, Professional & Academic, Rhea, Viterbi Orgs, Viterbi Plus, Work 0 Comments

Hey guys! My last  blog was before spring break; I was super hyped about heading to DC for the NAE Grand Challenges competition and presenting the business plan my team and I created. Now that break and the competition are both over, I wanted to update you guys as to how it went! Here’s how the three days I spent …

NAE Grand Challenges + My Spring Break Plans!!

Rhea Choudhury Biomedical, Entrepreneurship, Free Time, Involvement, Professional & Academic, Rhea, Study, Viterbi Plus, Work 0 Comments

Hey guys! With Spring Break just around the corner (has it already been half the semester already?!!), a bunch of friends and I have been discussing just what we’re up to over break. A lot of college students like to take that week and hang out with friends, whether that be through a road trip, a group vacation, or even …

Pacemakers and New Beginnings

Bethany Bethany, Biomedical, Internship, Involvement, Major, Professional & Academic, Students, Study, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Summer, Why USC, Work 0 Comments

Hi Everyone! It has been quite some time since I posted an update so I thought I would take this post to go through my last half of 2016 and start of the new school year. I took a semester break from school for the fall 2016 session to work as a Manufacturing Engineering Co-Op with St. Jude Medical, a …

BME and PreMed: can you do both?

Rhea Choudhury Biomedical, Rhea, Study, Viterbi Life, Work 0 Comments

Hey guys, what’s up!! Real quick, congratulations to our new Trojans; our first wave of acceptances went out this past week, and if any of you are reading this, major MAJOR props!! You guys have worked so hard for this, and I hope you fall in love with USC, a school that will help you nurture your incredible intellectual curiosity and …

All Summer Sixteen

Ankur Rastogi Ankur, Biomedical, Computer Science, Viterbi Summer 0 Comments

I spent most of the summer back home in Chicago. While I wasn’t doing a formal internship, I’m really glad to have had the time “off” – I think it’s important to take time every so often to recenter and really consider what you’re doing and why you’re doing it. College goes by really quickly, and it’s too easy to …

Tsinghua Research Exchange Program: Summer ’16

Rhea Choudhury Abroad, Biomedical, Major, Research, Rhea, Students, Study, Viterbi Life, Work 0 Comments

Time for a brief summer update!! If I were to summarize my summer in one word, it would be crazy. We still have something like five weeks left, and I already have had some amazing experiences traveling across the United States, and even the world. Here’s what I’ve been up to so far! About three weeks after school ended, I flew …

Dog Parties, Weddings, Research, and St. Jude Medical: My Summer 2016

Bethany Bethany, Biomedical, Internship, Involvement, Major, Professional & Academic, Students, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Summer, Why USC, Work 0 Comments

Hi Everyone! We are about halfway through summer and so far it has been pretty exciting. For the first half I worked in my research lab, the Laboratory for Integrative Biosystems Engineering, here at USC. I work with fabricating tumor microenvironments and my partner and I made some great progress on our project! While working at my lab these past …

The Budde Summer 2016 Update

Alex Alex B., Biomedical, Internship 0 Comments

And we’re back! Hope everyone has been enjoying their summer so far. It’s been a busy two months for me as I moved across the country to Northern Virginia for my summer internship. I am currently a Quality Control Intern with K2M, a spinal medical device company that creates innovative solutions for spinal deformities and other degenerative spine diseases. As …

Research: Working at the Biomechanics Lab

Rhea Choudhury Biomedical, Involvement, Professional & Academic, Research, Rhea, Study, Viterbi Life, Work 0 Comments

Hey USC! Welcome to my little corner of Viterbi Voices, where you’ll learn a whole lot about BME, sports and food (my three favorite things). For my first post, I want to talk to y’all about my research lab- I spend something like 10 hours a week in the Biomechanics Lab under Dr. Jill McNitt-Gray, located in the basement of the …

Spring Breaking in Lima

Nathan Curtis Abroad, Biomedical, Nathan, Service, Social & Diversity, Uncategorized 0 Comments

USC has this incredible program called Alternative Spring Break (ASB) that organizes groups of students and sends them around the world to volunteer. Traveling has always been my favorite thing in the entire world (pun intended) and I wanted to do something exciting over spring break, so I decided to apply for ASB. Out of the many possible ASB trips …

USC by Accident, Trojan by Choice

Madelina-2016 Abroad, Best of LA, Biomedical, Campus Events, Hikes, Involvement, Madelina, Research, Service, Social & Diversity, Study, Trojan Spirit, Uncategorized, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Life, Why USC, Women In Engineering 0 Comments

Hi folks!  When you finally settle on a college, everyone will undoubtably ask you why you chose your school. When I first was accepted to USC, I didn’t have an answer to this question. Slowly but surely, however, USC won me over and I could not be happier to be a Trojan. I was not a Trojan fan from the start. …

Four Years at USC… Wasn’t Enough

Jordan-2016 Biomedical, Jordan, Why USC 0 Comments

Hey guys, This being potentially my last blog post, I wanted to talk to you about my college application process and what led me to USC. It also gives me an excuse to get all sappy and look back at the last eight semesters I’ve spent at this incredible university. When I was deciding between colleges, I remember the most important thing …