Computer Engineering and Computer Science
Class of 2019
Fremont, CA
As a whole, Spark aims to inspire and strengthen the entrepreneurial community on campus

through putting on events such as Hacker Orientation and the Startup Career Fair to bring

together engineers, artists, business students, and all forward-thinking students alike.

Theta Tau is a national engineering fraternity whose three goals are to promote service,

fellowship, and professionalism amongst its members. Our chapter has put on events such as a

Google tech talk on machine learning. It is a great organization for engineers across disciplines

to meet other hardworking and motivated students to form strong bonds of friendship with.

The Trojan Scholar Society is an organization for Presidential, Trustee, Stamps, and Mork

Scholars that aims to serve students professionally and socially. TSS puts on events to facilitate

networking and to give its members opportunities to meet socially.

Bio video coming soon!

Hi! I’m Suveena from Fremont, California, in the Bay Area. I’m pursuing a degree in Computer Engineering and Computer Science with a minor in Entrepreneurship. On campus, I am involved in research at the Integrated Media Systems Center working on Android development in the context of crowdsourcing and big data. I am also a member of USC’s Theta Tau chapter, a national co-ed professional fraternity based around innovation and creating positive social impact within the scope of engineering, and involved in USC Hackers and SparkSC, an organization that combines technology, business, and art to bring together and inspire USC’s entrepreneurial community. I also enjoy Bollywood dance, golfing, and experimenting in the kitchen. I have always loved to travel, and am excited to be studying abroad this summer through Viterbi’s Summer Overseas program!

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