USC students go into refugee camps in Greece to volunteer and research solutions to the global refugee crisis
New USC Viterbi course focused on engineering solutions for social good takes students from seven USC schools in a close encounter with problems inside refugee camps
Alexa To USC: “Congratulations! You Have Been Chosen.”
The prestigious Amazon Alexa Innovation Fellowship will allow the USC Viterbi School of Engineering to infuse voice technology into several of its innovation programs.
How To Launch A Million Dollar Software Firm? A Family Helps. Specifically, the Trojan Variety.
Hacking for Defense
In an exciting, experiential new class, the U.S. Department of Defense supplies national security problems, while students develop ideas for solutions.
USC Viterbi’s most prestigious night gives the stage to “heroic engineers”
Legendary alums and engineering pioneers honored at the 40th Viterbi Awards
How do you upgrade an archaic biomedical device? Make it “self-aware”
USC start-up Senseer has developed microsensing technologies to improve care for patients with hydrocephalus.
Trojan Engineer Leads Development of New Drug for Children With Ultra-Rare Disease
Tom Lester, B.S. ’00, is racing against time to help treat CLN2, a deadly brain disease in children.
“Real Deal @ USC” showcases impressive startups from around the country
Entrepreneurs of young, exciting companies gather in SCilicon Beach for an evening of networking and dual-use ventures
The Sun Also Rises. And Now We Know How Hot It Gets.
A high school student’s family history leads her to team up with USC Viterbi students to build an app that can save farmworkers from heat death
NSF renews USC I-Corps Node for five years
The National Science Foundation hub at USC will continue to accelerate entrepreneurship and innovation in Southern California
Entrepreneurial High School Students
Top high school students from across the country gather at USC Viterbi to learn the fast-paced world of technology, development and commercialization.
Min Family Engineering Social Entrepreneurship Challenge to Focus on Recovery Efforts in Natural Disasters
Engineering students to develop prototypes to help communities ravaged by recent hurricanes and earthquakes
Making An Impression
AesculaTech, a USC Viterbi startup, was invited to present at a prestigious Bay Area investor symposium.
Nature’s Armor: A Lobster Tale
Biological structures may provide insight to prevent and treat sports-related injuries.
Grand Challenges? Accepted.
USC Viterbi has emerged as a global leader in re-imagining 21st century engineers
HonestFi, a startup that provides financial services to low-income Americans without the sky-high commissions, has won the 2017 Min Family Challenge.
The Next Amazon?
The 2017 Maseeh Entrepreneurship Prize Competition showcased several promising USC Viterbi student-led startups.
Sixteen Viterbi Fellows spent a recent weekend competing in a 24-hour hackathon, gaining invaluable hands-on experience in entrepreneurship.
The Next Small Thing in Chip Design
Three USC Researchers Win $100,000 Nokia Bell Labs Prize for their work in 3D Optical Beam Forming.
Heal The World
At the Min Family Engineering Social Entrepreneurship Challenge kickoff, teams gathered in hopes of changing the world through new businesses.
Members of 17 burgeoning startups and their mentors recently met for the kickoff of the seventh annual Maseeh Entrepreneurship Prize Competition.
It gets ‘Real’ for USC startups
Innovators at ‘The Real Deal @ USC’ meet their matches with Gen. David Petraeus and fellow investors
A Better Way
AesculaTech, a USC Viterbi startup, aims to make it easier for glaucoma patients to take eye drops – and keep their sight.