Class of ’20
Hi! I’m Celeste, I’m a freshman studying Biomedical Engineering with a Mechanical Engineering emphasis from San Pedro, CA. On campus, I am the Director of Middle School Programming for Troy Camp, in which we tutor kids around the USC area and take them to summer camp for free. I also do tissue engineering research on campus in the Laboratory for Living Systems Engineering as well as design and 3D print medical devices through 3D4E. Living in LA, I take advantage of our prime location by going on snowboarding trips, experiencing music festivals, and cheering on our Trojans at the Coliseum! Follow me on instagram to see more of my #ViterbiLife!
My Recent Blog Posts
My Favorite Places in LA
You can see all of the cool research we do on our website!
My Major at USC: Biomedical Engineering
My Favorite Classes
Biomedical Engineering Blogs
Summer of Boat Tours and Blood AnalyzingSeptember 5, 2017
10 (Super Fun) Differences Between High School and CollegeAugust 6, 2017
Biomedical Engineering 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 Shows
As an engineering major, its hilarious to watch fellow socially awkward engineers on TV. Silicon Valley provides this through its story of a computer scientist working in the Bay Area trying to start his own company. Warning: not appropriate to watch with parents.
This ridiculously funny animated show from Adult Swim is about a mad scientist and his grandson who go on intergalactic adventures together. While sometimes dark and thought-provoking, you can always count on Rick and Morty to provide you 30 min of laughter while you’re on a study break.