Computer Science Business Administration
Class of ’19
Hi there! I’m Natalie. I’m a junior from Dallas, Texas studying Computer Science and Business Administration with a Minor in Dance. On campus, I am involved in research with Dr. Hao Li’s Vision and Graphics Lab at the USC Institute for Creative Technologies. In addition, I research at the USC Choreographic Institute, a collaboration between the Kaufman School of Dance and various other schools on campus. I am also a Freshman Academy Coach and a Course Producer for CSCI 201. During the summer after my freshman year, I interned at Northrop Grumman as a Software Engineer. This past summer, I developed software for Liquid Galaxy through Google Summer of Code. For this project, I used Google Earth technologies to develop a reminiscence therapy for the elderly. I am excited to continue this project during the school year. In my free time, I like to take dance classes, go to the beach with my friends, and design websites and mobile apps. Read on to learn more about my #ViterbiLife!
My Recent Blog Posts
My Favorite Places in LA
My Major at USC: Computer Science and Business Administration
My Favorite Classes
Computer Science Blogs
Computer Science, Business, and Dance: How Viterbi is Helping Me Make Sense of My PassionsSeptember 20, 2017
No Fear in the New School YearAugust 3, 2017
Computer Science Podcast
Listen to my Playlist
My Tips for You
Two Truths and a Lie
Can you guess which of these are true or false?
My Favorite Show & Movie
Gilmore Girls is about the adventures of a mom and daughter who are absolute best friends living life in a small town in Connecticut. I love this show so much because Rory reminds me of myself; she is a spunky, book-loving nerd with a love for the little things in life.
The Great Gatsby…Two words: Leo DiCaprio. I have always thought it would be so cool to live in the 1920s. The extravagant parties look so fun, and I love the flapper girls and the old-fashioned automobiles. It’s crazy to think that in just 3 years, this time period will be 100 years in the past.