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!

Hello, I’m Jordan and I’m a junior studying Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Entrepreneurial Business. While at USC, I have had the opportunity to become involved in the University’s Undergraduate Student Government through the Academic Culture Academy, which is an organization that promotes cross-dimensional learning. I am also involved with USC Men’s Crew and I am a member of the social fraternity Beta Theta Pi Fraternity. Thanks for checking out my page!


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