Biomedical Engineering
Class of 2016
Auburn, CA
3D4E (3D For Everyone) is the first on campus, student run 3D printing club. We aim to provide ample opportunity for anyone interested in getting involved with 3D printing technology; students get involved in a variety of different projects like printing prostheses for children in third world countries, recreating a scale model of the USC campus, and much more!
iPodia is a great option for students who want to learn internationally; we work with students from ten different countries by videoconferencing in real time. At the end of the semester, we take a trip to meet with our colleagues internationally!
The LaunchPad is an on campus incubator for USC students and alumni; if you are interested in getting involved in the start-up world you can get involved with venture meetings and advice here.

Hi, I’m Jordan! I’m a junior studying Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Entrepreneurial Business. Outside of academics, I am actively involved in the on campus 3D printing club, 3D4E. I work with a team of students to bring 3D printing technology to the forefront of the school. I also work in the Blackstone LaunchPad, a student based incubator at the University of Southern California. In the past year, I’ve loved getting involved with the iPodia program, where I have had the opportunity to travel abroad to both Israel and the United Arab Emirates, working with students from around the world. In the past, I’ve been involved in a lot of different things at USC including Men’s Crew, Undergraduate Student Government, research at the Brain and Creativity Institute, my social fraternity Beta Theta Pi, and so much more! I’m so happy to have had all the opportunities I’ve had so far and look forward to what they may bring in the future. Thanks for checking out my page!

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