Jordan
Biomedical Engineering
Class of 2016
Auburn, CA
ACA puts on events to showcase interesting sides of academia that students may not be normally exposed to in their classes.¬†As a member of the E-board, I got to plan a night of spoken word poetry and cinematography– some hobbies of mine that actually don’t include math or science!
The current project I am involved with is centered around fMRI research regarding how people’s ability to empathize with someone changes depending on their emotional status. I have been extremely interested in the brain for a long time and I’m glad I was able to start research so early in my college career!
Races for crew typically last around six minutes, but during that time you burn nearly two-hundred and fifty calories- it is one of the most physically demanding sports. I look forward to continue learning and growing both as an oarsmen and a teammate!

Hi, I’m Jordan! I’m a junior studying Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Entrepreneurial Business. I am also currently applying for a fifth year masters degree in Engineering Management. In the past two years at USC, I have been able to get involved with a lot of different things. Some of my most favorite are the 3D printing club, where I work on the exec board to coordinate events and industry outings; USC Men’s Crew, where I wake up at ungodly hours of the day to go out to the harbor in San Pedro and row; the Undergraduate Student Government Academic Culture Assembly, which promotes multi-discplinary learning and also plans the yearly TEDxTrousdale conference; research at the Brain and Creativity Institute involving cognition and empathy studies using fMRI scans, and meeting so many amazing people through my social fraternity, Beta Theta Pi. Thanks for checking out my page!


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