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The Historic Class of 2020
She Wants To Change How We Dress And Feed The World
Soraya Levy, Senior and Grand Challenges Scholar, started reimagining our world by reimagining her own education.
Multi-Instrumentalist, DJ and Computer Scientist, Melissa Wen Blended Her Passions At USC
After graduation, Melissa Wen will join Google in Sunnyvale, CA, while completing her master's online.
First-Generation Student and Dad of Three Earns Computer Science Degree
Originally from Bogota in Colombia, dad of three Alexander Reyes transferred to USC after earning an associate degree from community college and several years working in the IT field.
Kick Drums and Glucose Sensors
How USC Viterbi's interdisciplinary research helped get this beatboxer an engineering degree.
Bringing it Home: The Biomedical Engineer Making a Difference in Panama
Class of 2020 graduate, Lily Lau Hou is taking the skills from her M.S. in Biomedical Engineering to launch a startup and help the COVID-19 response in her homeland.
The Engineering Bat Signal for COVID-19 Went Out. She Answered It
How Julia Sircar, a Class of 2020 graduate, came to work with top engineers to combat a pandemic.
USC Undergraduate Researcher Peers Beneath The Waves
Hannah Walker, a graduating mechanical engineering major and winner of the USC Discovery Scholar Prize, has created a device to inexpensively map the ocean's underwater topography.
Blazing New Trails, from Dirt Bikes to Construction
USC senior Julia Lind seeks to bring technology not just to the people who design buildings, but to those who build them.
"Historic and Unprecedented" 2020 Master's Awards Ceremony
The achievements of outstanding students were commemorated at the 2020 Viterbi Master's Student Awards.
USC Computer Science Student Named Goldwater Scholar
From human-machine interaction to endangered language preservation, Leena Mathur's research is putting the human into artificial intelligence.
GrayMatter Robotics Wins the Maseeh Entrepreneurship Prize Competition
The USC Viterbi-led startup, which hopes to leverage AI for manufacturing, takes home the $50,000 grand prize at the 10th annual MEPC.
AgriCulture Wins The Min Family Challenge
The USC Viterbi-led team aims to improve the diets and health of low-income, urban residents in unique contest pairing engineering and societal challenges.
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