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“What is ISE, anyway?”: Part 2

Juliana industrial and systems, Juliana Leave a Comment

Hey everyone! So this blog is the second in a two-blog series about my major – Industrial & Systems Engineering. Last week I talked about what ISE means in general and you can read that blog here. This week I’ll talk about where my ISE friends at USC work, both in internships and after graduation! “Where will I work?” So …

Juliana“What is ISE, anyway?”: Part 2
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What is Chemical Engineering?

Lyssa Chemical Engineering, Lyssa, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

Blogged while procrastinating doing my mass transfer homework. Hello everyone! Happy Sunday! This week I wanted to take the chance to explain a little bit about what Chemical Engineering means to me, and how my view of chemical engineering has changed over the past four years. When I first started I thought chemical engineers make chemicals.  What chemical engineers actually do …

LyssaWhat is Chemical Engineering?
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Space Mission Design

Markus Astro Engineering, Markus, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

Hi guys, Classes have been quite busy, but all a great learning experience.  I have the opportunity to take Space Mission Design which essentially provides a certain issue, and you get the chance to design a mission to address this need.  This semester we are looking to track the migration patterns of whales and stream live video from tagged whales. …

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Chemical Engineering: The ins and outs

Frankie Chemical Engineering, Frankie, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

I entered into college declared as a chemical engineer with a focus in petroleum not really knowing much about the field except that 1) they work with chemistry; check 2) they have to use math at some point; check 3) they make the most money right out of college; 100,000 checks. The money tag on chemical engineering pulled me into …

FrankieChemical Engineering: The ins and outs

SCupper at El Cholo

Lauren Lauren P. Leave a Comment

With graduation just around the corner and the start of my career approaching in just six months, I wanted to reach out to some USC alumni to ask for any advice they may have as I start the next portion of my life. The perfect solution for me to speak with alumni was a SCupper – a dinner networking event …

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Qualcomm Women’s Collegiate Conference 2015

Ellen CompSci, Electrical, Ellen, Viterbi Careers Leave a Comment

Hey everyone! While my fellow VSAs will be sharing a little bit about research experiences with you this week, I thought I’d tell you about a conference that I had the opportunity to attend this past winter break.  Last fall, I got an email about a conference hosted by Qualcomm, a telecommunications and semiconductor company co-founded by USC’s own Andrew …

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The Nature of Competition

Markus Astro Engineering, Markus, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

Hi guys! Colleges and college students often raise the topic of competition as a natural selection method for determining the best and brightest in a class.  Coming from high school and playing sports, I have always bought into this idea of competition.  May the best man win has wormed its way into my mindset and perspective towards academics and life. …

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A Snapshot of My Last Semester at USC!

Lauren Lauren P. Leave a Comment

It’s hard to believe that I’m in my last semester of college! I have five exciting classes to look forward to in the last push before graduation, and I am really looking forward to what I will be learning this semester. I am in three biomedical engineering classes this semester, along with two fun electives to get as much as …

LaurenA Snapshot of My Last Semester at USC!
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My Last Semester as a Junior!

Jacquie Jacquie Leave a Comment

Hi everyone! I hope you all enjoyed your breaks as much as I did. I spent a lot of quality time with my family and even got to hit the slopes for some skiing. I also was lucky enough to watch the Trojans beat Nebraska at the Holiday Bowl! Now I’m back in the groove of things at USC and …

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Those Little Bits of Wisdom and Inspiration Along the Way

Markus Astro Engineering, Markus, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

Hey All! I hope you had a fantastic Halloween and either got a lot of candy or were able to spend it doing something you really enjoyed!  A few friends from my hometown came to visit during this time and it made me really realize how far I have come since middle and high school.  We are not completely different …

MarkusThose Little Bits of Wisdom and Inspiration Along the Way
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Interviewing

Frankie Frankie, Uncategorized, Viterbi Class Leave a Comment

Throughout your life, whether it be a regular day job at a gym, applying to college or looking for a professional job, you will have to go through various interviews. While some people find that interviewing is one of their strengths, many people see it as a nervous experience that they rather avoid, but today ladies and gentlemen, I’m going …

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The Best Spot to Study – Thanks Wallis!

Markus Astro Engineering, Markus Leave a Comment

Hi Guys, Every year it seems like I find a bunch of new study spots!  I recently have grown fond of the Wallis Annenberg building that was recently constructed.  Aside from the beautiful USC architecture expressing a more Gothic-style, the building is at the heart of the campus, making it easy to get food or as a central point to …

MarkusThe Best Spot to Study – Thanks Wallis!
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Hello World: Class of 2015

Markus Astro Engineering, Markus, Uncategorized, Viterbi Careers Leave a Comment

Hi Guys, As a senior, graduation peeks over the horizon, eager to thrust us into the world of professionalism and adulthood.  And that is so exciting!  I am ready to make my mark in the world.  Create value in a traditional market and give more back to society than I consume.  A number of things are on the table.  While …

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The Night Before Career Fair: VINE

Hannah Hannah, Viterbi Careers Leave a Comment

VINE for the Viterbi Industry Networking Event happens annually the night before the Fall Career Fair.  The dinner is an opportunity to in one word, which is extremely important these days: network. Networking is metting with people and discussing areas of interest to increase awareness of a field and potential career options.  Meeting and talking with someone first hand rather …

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Data Analytics Internship

Ally Ally, Viterbi Careers Leave a Comment

This past summer I interned at Guavus, a big-data analytics company based in the Bay Area. I had an awesome time getting to know the ins and outs of a pretty complex and booming industry, but I wouldn’t have had the chance without USC. Go #USA #worldcupatwork #ibelieve #ViterbiCareers pic.twitter.com/fuLtFyup9C — Ally Reister (@AllyReister) June 26, 2014 I was pretty …

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Interning at Texas Instruments

Sarah Sarah, Viterbi Careers Leave a Comment

Hi everyone! This week is career week here at Viterbi! Last night was an event called VINE, which stands for the Viterbi Industry Networking Event. Over  70 companies attended this event, and it was a great chance to get to know recruiters in a more casual setting before the career fair today! Although I still went to VINE, and am …

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Making Connections at the Career Fair

Molly Molly, Uncategorized, Viterbi Careers Leave a Comment

It’s that time of the semester again: career week! That means that USC is putting on multiple events where students will have the opportunity to meet with potential employers, and hopefully secure jobs and internships! My favorite thing about career week is the fact that Viterbi has its own events just for engineering students to talk to employers interested in …

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Viterbi Career Fair Week!

Lyssa Lyssa, Viterbi Careers Leave a Comment

Hey everyone! This week is career week which is very exciting because we all hope to get great jobs when we graduate!  USC hosts a lot of great career development opportunities and information sessions, but I love that Viterbi has a lot of it’s own resources! This week the two big events will be VINE (Viterbi Industry Networking Night) and the …

LyssaViterbi Career Fair Week!