Here at Viterbi Voices we aim to provide a platform for all of our students to share their authentic, real experiences of what it’s like to be an engineer at Viterbi. While we recognize that much work is yet to be done to elevate and amplify underrepresented voices at USC, as a start, below are a few stories that our current undergraduate students have shared about the black student experience at Viterbi.
Up first: a conversation with NSBE, the National Society of Black Engineers chapter at USC.
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Up next: a series of podcast discussions with students, faculty, and members of the Viterbi community
We held a recent live chat we held with current engineering students to hear more about their experiences:
And last but definitely not least: some of our most recent blogs!
Black EngineersCampus InvolvementViterbi Organizations
February 2, 2021

A Pitch for Sustainability – USC NSBE x LavaLab

One of the great things about being in Viterbi organizations is that sometimes they do collab events: where members of both groups come together and…
Black EngineersDiversity and Inclusion
January 13, 2021

Being Black at Viterbi

Here at Viterbi Voices we aim to provide a platform for all of our students to share their authentic, real experiences of what it's like…
Black EngineersComputer ScienceDiversity and InclusionInternships, Co-ops, and More
October 21, 2020

Networking and NSBE

It's that time of year again.... recruiting season! (insert please clap meme) With being a new CS major, this time it's really different trying to…
Black EngineersCollege BreaksDiversity and InclusionInternships, Co-ops, and MoreWomen In Engineering
August 28, 2020

A Space Just For Me

JP Morgan Chase & Co. Advancing Black Pathways 2020 Like most other people, COVID-19 upended my summer plans of traveling and hanging out with friends.…
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