Attention all Viterbi Graduates... we need your class notes!! What have you been doing? Where are you living? Did you get married? Have a baby? Get a great new job?

Please don't be strangers! Contact us with the easy-to-use form below and we will not only post your class note on the USC Viterbi Alumni page, but we will also submit it for consideration for print in a future issue of the Viterbi Magazine and Trojan Family Magazine.

Click Here to Submit a New Class Note
Births and Adoptions
Mark Di Rocco (2005)   Mark Di Rocco '05 (ENG) and Jane Di Rocco, welcomed a son, Vincent Antonio Di Rocco on February 24, 2017.
Cole Grundstedt (2003)   Cole Grundstedt '03 (ENG), and his wife Mary Meoli Grundstedt, recently welcomed their first child - a son named James Cole.
Click here to read more class notes >>
Marriages and Commitments
Leslie Koehn Haughom (2011)   Leslie Koehn, ’11 (BSME) and Matthew Haughom, ’07 (BS CSCE), were married on July 22nd, 2017 at Devil’s Thumb Ranch in Colorado surrounded by friends (many of them Trojans) and family. Koehn and Haughom met at Mammoth Mountain while skiing with friends from USC.
Corbin Johnson (2012)
Corbin Johnson, '12 (ENG), and Ada Del Rosso, '11 (BUS), were married on May 27th, 2017. They met when Johnson was on IFC and Del Rosso was on PHC. Their wedding was attended by many of their fellow Trojans.
Click here to read more class notes >>
Career News
Matthew Eric Hanson (1980)
On September 1, 2017, Chapman University’s Argyros School of Business and Economics hired Matthew Hanson '80 BSAME, '82 MSAME, and '98 Ph.D. AME, as the new director of the Ralph W. Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics and as Clinical Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at Chapman University.
Michael Martorano (1970)   Michael Martorano, '70 MSEE, is a nationally recognized expert in unmanned systems, cruise missiles, anti-air-warfare, and ballistic missile defense. During his career, Martorano played a key role as a test leader in the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense Flight testing and led the initial testing of the Navy Pioneer UAV, as well as the first UAV flight test aboard USS Iowa.
Click here to read more class notes >>
Catching Up
Henry Minami (1963)   Henry Minami, '63 BSAME and '67 MSAME, retired in 2001 from the Rocketdyne Division of Boeing after a 38-year career. Minami spent the 1960's to the mid-1970's on rocket propulsion programs for the Apollo, Space Shuttle, and military space programs.
Bradley Wootten (1980)   Bradley Wootten, '80 MS ISSM, retired as President/CEO of Q Systems Dynamics. He is currently an Adjunct Full Professor at Webster University's Walker Graduate School of Business and Technology. Whooten splits his time between Manassas, VA and Topsail Island, NC.
Click here to read more class notes >>
Educational News
Douglas Gettel (2011)   In September 2016, Douglas Gettel, '11 MSCHEM, received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of California, Davis.
Cole Grundstedt (2003)   Cole Grundstedt '03 (ENG), received his PMP (Project Management Professional) certification after 10 years in product manufacturing and management.
Click here to read more class notes >>
In Memoriam
Edward Cramsie (1956)   Edward Cramsie, '56 BSCEE, of Pasadena, CA passed away peacefully with family by his side on August 23, 2017. He was 83 years old. Cramsie was born to the late Edward and Mary Cramsie in Boston, MA in 1933 and was the younger brother of Maryellen Hughes.
Laurie Ann Pengra (1988)   Laurie Ann Pengra, '88 MSSM, passed away on December 4, 2015. Pengra retired as a Lt. Colonel in 2005 and resided in her home state of Minnesota before her passing.
Click here to read more class notes >>