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

Computer Science at USC

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Computer scientists and computer engineers design and implement efficient software and hardware solutions to computer-solveable problems. They are involved in the development of areas such as high-speed networks, multimedia and creative technologies, system design, virtual reality, data science, artificial intelligence, and robotics. More on Computer Science

Biomedical Engineering at USC

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Students choose this branch of engineering for the excitement of working with people and living systems, and for the opportunity to apply advanced technology to the complex problems of medical care. More on Biomedical Engieering

Electrical Engineering at USC

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Electrical Engineering is the enabling technology driving many of today’s most crucial industries and a critical field in advancing the future.  It is a diverse discipline encompassing computer and information systems, digital media, telecommunications and wireless technologies, nanoelectronics, lasers, robotics, display technologies, circuit design, and more. In particular, it is a vital part of every industry, from biomedical engineering and ...

#IGotIntoUSC – Admission Decisions 2017

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Matt and Christine from the Viterbi Office of Admission join us for a very special episode about one of the most anticipated topics of the year: admission decisions! Listen on to hear details about the admission process, opportunities for students who didn't receive admission, and the amazing on and off-campus programs we have planned to help you make your college ...

2-050 : Biomedical Engineering with ASBME

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The Associated Students of Biomedical Engineering is a student organization focused on providing academic, social and professional opportunities to students interested in the field of biomedicine. USC's ASBME chapter also hosts the Makeathon every spring, a weekend long medical device design competition that gives students the ability to gain hands-on experience designing and developing medical devices. Find out more at www.asbmeusc.com/ ...

2-049 : Study Abroad Stories with Rhea – This Viterbi Life

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The Viterbi Voices Podcast proudly presents a brand new miniseries: This Viterbi Life. In the first installment we feature Rhea as she tells us her study abroad story and interviews other students about their study abroad experiences. Stay tuned for more miniseries episodes coming soon! Check out more! Learn more about your opportunities to study abroad at USC! Check out ...

2-048 : Jobs, Internships, and Networking with Career Connections

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The Viterbi Student Engagement and Career Connections Office offers USC engineering students opportunities to prepare for and obtain internships, co-ops and full time jobs. The office organizes professional workshops, resume reviews, networking events, the Viterbi Career Fair and much more. To learn more about SECC visit https://viterbicareers.usc.edu/ Check out more! Learn more about internship opportunities and experiences! Learn more about ...

2-047 : Electrical Engineering Design with USC Makers

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Makers is a student organization that uses interdisciplinary electrical engineering skills to collaborate, tinker, and build. Their members come from a wide range of engineering backgrounds, and have built products such as a smart mirror and a quadcopter. Check out more! Learn more about Viterbi student organizations! Find out more about Electrical Engineering at USC!

2-046 : Web Development, iOS, and Beyond with Scope

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Scope is one of USC's newest Computer Science student organizations that offers a collaborative community for students to build and learn cool things with great people. Zac and Kelly tell us about the process of starting Scope, the awesome projects the club is working on, and the community they hope to continue fostering. Check out more! Learn more about Computer ...

2-045 : Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

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The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers is a student organization that seeks to empower, motivate, and inspire the hispanic student body of the Viterbi School of Engineering. They focus their events on community outreach, professional development, and academic excellence, and offer a tight-knit social community for their members. Check out more! Learn more about SHPE and other Viterbi student orgs! ...

2-044 : Design for America

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Design for America is a student organization that employs design thinking to solve social issues and make a meaningful impact. Jeremy and Brianna tell us about some of DFA's projects working with Fiat and Spam, and their visions for the future of the innovation community at USC. Check out more! Learn more about Viterbi's various Design Teams! Find out more ...

2-043 : USC Solar Car

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The USC Solar Car team is one of Viterbi's student-run design teams, and their goal is to create a fully functional solar car to enter into the 2017 World Solar Challenge. Listen to learn more about the design process, industry connections, and their plan for the week long cross-continental solar car race. Check out more! Learn more about Viterbi's Design ...

2-042 : Engineers Without Borders

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Want to make a impact on the world using your engineering knowledge? Engineers Without Borders gives students the opportunity to do so by pairing with communities around the globe to solve real world issues with sustainable, equitable, and economical solutions. EWB's USC chapter is currently working on projects in Guatemala and at the San Diego Zoo, which you can learn ...

2-041 : Petroleum Engineering with Professor Iraj Ershaghi

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From solar power to fracking to energy development trends and more, Dr. Iraj Ershaghi joins the podcast and tells us all about the evolving field of petroleum engineering, and how an undergraduate engineering degree can lead you to this industry. Dr. Ershaghi is the Director of the Petroleum Engineering Department at USC, and has extensive experience in both research and ...

2-040 : Code the Change & Using Tech for Social Impact

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Code the Change is a student organization that seeks to apply computer science skills to make a social impact. Liam and Alicia talk about the club's current and past projects working with local non profit organizations and give advice for aspiring computer science students. Check out more! Learn more about Computer Science and Engineering! Listen to Professor Sukhatme talk about ...

2-039 : LavaLab & Product Design and Development

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In Episode 39 Paul and Alex learn more about LavaLab, USC's student-run incubator, from Drake and Aneesha. LavaLab teaches their members how to apply the concepts of entrepreneurship and innovation to make their product ideas come to life, and provides tons of resources and guidance along the way. Check out more! Learn more about the entrepreneurship community at USC! Learn ...

2-038 : Society of Women Engineers

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In the first Student Organization episode of Season 2, Paul and Alex talk with Sydney and Jennifer, two leaders in USC's chapter of the Society of Women Engineers. Sydney and Jennifer tell us how SWE seeks to empower Viterbi's large body of women engineers through their many professional, social, and community outreach activities throughout the year. Check out more! Learn ...

2-037 : Materials Science with Dr. Lessa Grunenfelder

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In Episode 37 Alex and Paul talk to Dr. Lessa Grunenfelder about Viterbi's Materials Science Department, her research in the M.C. Gill Composites Center, and the applications of materials science to all engineering disciplines. Dr. Grunenfelder is a proud Trojan alum with three degrees from USC, and currently teaches multiple undergraduate courses in Materials Science and the Freshman Academy course. ...