NAE President C.D. Mote, Jr. on Understanding and Executing Leadership
This year’s keynote Dorman Lecture, hosted by the Sonny Astani Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was given by National Academy of Engineering (NAE) President C.D. Mote, Jr.
Alumnus Shines as Systems Engineer and Social Activist
Augustine Esogbue, Ph.D. ISE ’68, reflects on his career and his time at USC
Students in the strongest master’s class in school history received their diplomas before enthusiastic audiences.
The World’s Pool of Knowledge Just Got Deeper.
After a half decade of research, newly minted USC Viterbi Ph.D.s don the cardinal and gold hoods
Viterbi Awards Highlight Luminaries, Entrepreneurs and an Algorithm’s 50th Birthday
The 39th annual Viterbi Awards celebrated the legacy of Andrew Viterbi and recognized industry and alumni leaders alongside emerging startups.
2017 USC Viterbi Graduate Hackathon
Five teams competed against each other over spring break at the USC Viterbi Graduate Hackathon to solve problems with facial clustering and IoT security
The Viterbi Algorithm at 50
In a noisy world, it allows you to be heard.
The Best And The Brightest
USC Viterbi alumnus Jung Kian Ng Jung has won a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship and will pursue graduate studies at England’s Oxford University.
‘We didn’t want to just give them a glass of clean water for a day’
Kirsten Rice empowers communities in developing countries to produce their own clean water
“Aviate, Navigate, Communicate”: The Rules of Flying
How Wyatt Sadler, founding member, pilot and industry advisor of USC’s AeroDesign Team, took his childhood hobby to the next level.
It gets ‘Real’ for USC startups
Innovators at ‘The Real Deal @ USC’ meet their matches with Gen. David Petraeus and fellow investors
The sky was just the beginning
Stayce Harris flew 747’s and T-38’s and commanded 15,000 airmen; now she’s the assistant vice chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force.
A Better Way
AesculaTech, a USC Viterbi startup, aims to make it easier for glaucoma patients to take eye drops – and keep their sight.
10 Years as the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering
The 2006 endowment of $35 million was the largest department naming at USC, and one of the largest ever to name an EE department anywhere in the world.
A trailblazing alumna and surgeon-engineer describes how she lived in two countries and between two dreams at once
Anne Patricia Suntano: Living the Trojan Values
One of Forbes’ “50 Most Powerful Businesswomen in Asia,” alumna embodies courage, ambition and discipline
Turning an April Fools’ joke into the most downloaded mobile game ever
How one recent USC Viterbi grad “augmented” the team responsible for Pokémania
In Memory of Judith Love Cohen: Mother, Wife, Friend, Author, Engineer
Alumna, B.S. EE ’57, M.S. EE ’62, played a key role in bringing Apollo 13 astronauts home.
Escape Velocity Episode 2 “The Escape of Bogdan Marcu”
A rocket scientist’s journey from behind the Iron Curtain to the frontiers of space