3-069: USC iPodia with Caitlin, Ly and Manjima

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In this episode, Rhea invites 3 of her peers involved with the USC iPodia program, a unique global initiative at the Viterbi School of Engineering. By creating a global community inside the classroom, iPodia allows students to learn applicable real-world skills in business, engineering and project management, while interacting with students from around the world- tune in to hear how ...

3-067: Athena Hacks with Yingyu and Marsela

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Paul and Rhea talk to Yingyu and Marsela, two of the founders of Athena Hacks, an all-female hackathon based here at USC. Tune in to hear about how they started this massive project, gender empowerment in the CS community, how a hackathon works, and where they hope to take Athena Hacks in the future! Check out more! Learn more about ...

3-066: Nanomedicine, Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials Research with Dr. Eun-Ji Chung

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In this episode, Paul and Rhea talk to Dr. Eun-Ji Chung, professor of biomedical engineering here at USC. On campus, Dr. Chung runs a research lab involved with everything stem cell work, to nanomedicine, to highly specialized drug delivery techniques. Tune into a fun conversation about Dr Chung's experiences moving to LA, Paul's figurine collection, holidays at Disneyland, and of ...

3-065: Curing Cancer, Making Internet Faster, and Synthesizing Nanomaterials with Dr. Andrea Armani

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In this episode, we talk to Dr. Armani about her background, her experiences in every field of science, and her path to becoming a chemical engineering professor here at USC. We also talk about her incredible interdisciplinary lab, where she is simultaneously creating switches to make internet faster, attempting to cure cancer, and fabricate better materials. Finally, we talk about ...

3-064: Busting Admission Myths with Director of Undergraduate Admission, Paul Ledesma

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In this episode, Rhea, Naish, Michael and Sophie ask Paul some of your burning questions about the application process, busting some myths about admission along the way. Catch us talking about the infamous quick take section of USC's app, the importance of "the essay," if an interview helps or hurts, and whether you really need straight A's to get a ...

3-063: Cybersecurity and Forensics Club with Kate, Ayman and Cameron

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In this episode, we talk to Kate, Cameron and Ayman about their experiences in the field of Cybersecurity and Forensics. Listen in to hear about how they got involved in cybersecurity in the first place, the future of digital hacking, and some best practices for protecting your private information online.  Check out more! Learn more about Computer Science! Listen to ...

3-061: IEEE with Daniel and Yifang

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In this episode, two students, Daniel and Yifang, discuss their involvements with IEEE, the USC chapter of the worldwide professional organization for electronics and electrical engineers. We talk about their potential career paths, the programming their organization puts together, and how every buzzy tech word essentially begins with electrical engineers. Check out more! Learn more about Electrical Engineering! Meet Michelle, ...

3-060: Mechanical Engineering and NASA with Dr. Paul Ronney

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In this episode, we talk with Dr. Paul Ronney about his experiences at five different academic institutions, his opinions on the future of mechanical engineering, his time at NASA, and why he loves being a Trojan. Check out more! Learn more about Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering! Meet Michael, Aerospace Engineering Class of 2018!

3-059: Life after Graduation with Ellen and Daisy

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In this episode, Suveena talks with Ellen and Daisy about what they're up to after graduating this past spring. Tune in to hear about Ellen's work at Amazon, Daisy's fellowship in New Mexico, and some sage career advice from our favorite alumni. Check out more! Read about our Experiences With Internships and Co-ops! Learn about professional and academic orgs on ...

3-058: Global Grand Challenges Summit with Nathan and Celeste

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In this episode, we chat about our collective experiences at the 2017 Global Grand Challenges Summit in Washington DC, hosted by the National Academy of Engineering. Tune in to hear about cutting edge research, networking at the Institute of Peace, and dealing with awful, sticky humidity in our nation's capital. PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS: learn more about the Grand Challenges here: www.engineeringchallenges.org/ could maybe ...

3-057: Viterbi Overseas with Jose, Siena and Shuntaro

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In this episode, we invite Jose, Siena and Shuntaro to the podcast to talk about their experiences with the Viterbi Overseas Program this summer in Rome. Hear them talk about the classes they're taking, their (mildly embarrassing) attempts at Italian, and their adventures in Rome, throughout Italy, and all over Europe. Special Bonus: this episode was actually recorded in Rhea's ...

3-056: Summer at JPL with Suveena, Michael and Michelle

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In this episode, we hear from Suveena, Michael and Michelle about their projects at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab, and how so many different types of engineering can collaborate at one of the country's biggest space centers. From navigating their first corporate internship, to what they're doing on the weekends, hear about how Michael, Suveena, and veteran JPL intern Michelle's summers ...

3-055: Season 3 Kickoff and Summer Updates

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Welcome back listeners! In this episode, we kick off season 3 with Rhea and Paul, discussing how their summers are going, the current happenings at the USC admission office, and of course, Rhea's adventures abroad. Check out our first track, and be sure to come back next week for our summer mini-series, featuring our VSA's!!! Subscribe, comment below, let us ...

2-054 : Season 2 Finale

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In the final episode of Season 2 we say goodbye to Alex and hello to Rhea, the new Viterbi Voices Podcast co-host! The crew discusses highlights from this past year, plans for the future of the podcast, and exciting news about the newly admitted class! Thank you to all of our listeners for tuning in, stay tuned for Season 3 ...

2-053 : Greek Life? with Clare – This Viterbi Life

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In the second installment of This Viterbi Life Clare interviews some students to get their perspectives on Greek Life. Can you be Greek as an engineer? Do you have to be Greek at USC? Listen on to hear more about how both Greek and non-Greek engineering students have made the most of their college experiences. Check out more! Learn more ...

2-052 : Dean Yannis Yortsos

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Dean of the Viterbi School of Engineering, Dr. Yannis Yortsos, joins the podcast for an awesome conversation about his engineering background, the programs and initiatives he has spearheaded during his time as Dean, and his vision for the future of the Viterbi School and for the discipline of engineering as a whole. Follow Dean Yortsos on Twitter at @DeanYortsos ! ...

Astronautical Engineering at USC

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Astronautical engineers design, build, and operate space vehicles for exploration and applications beyond the earth's atmosphere. This program prepares students for engineering careers in the space sector of the aerospace industry, space research, development, and operations in industry and government centers and laboratories, as well as for graduate study. More on Astronautical Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering at USC

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Design, build, and improve for disasters, sustainability, and clean water. Civil and Environmental engineers address many of the vital needs of our modern society. They improve quality of life, promote economic growth, and protect people from hazards of natural and human origins. More on Civil and Environmental Engineering at USC