Are We Ready to Leave Low Earth Orbit?
“First Man” screening event celebrates Neil Armstrong (M.S. ’70), spotlights Trojan space pioneers and “the next giant leap” in space exploration
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
The USC Viterbi outreach program premiered its second annual STEM education camp for middle school girls, featuring major voices from aerospace engineering
Event showcases hands-on demonstrations to foster early interest in engineering
Four women shared their stories of overcoming obstacles, facing difficult situations, and surpassing even the most difficult road blocks at the Black Girls CODE Panel.
Over a thousand students participate in Viterbi’s “Code Dojo” for National Computer Science Education Week
Top high school students from across the country gather at USC Viterbi to learn the fast-paced world of technology, development and commercialization.
The Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering opens its doors to local high school students to encourage STEM education and careers
L.A. Area Middle and High School Students Came to USC This Summer to Discover Opportunities in STEM
Eun Ji Chung, an assistant biomedical engineering professor at USC Viterbi, works with the 32nd Street School to incorporate science with social media.
IEC3 Summer camp encourages girls to embrace computer science
The distinction reflects Viterbi’s leadership in diversity, veterans and generally in Changing the Conversation about Engineering
USC Visions and Voices concert initiated by a civil and environmental engineering professor dives deep into the wonders and tribulations of the ocean through music
USC Viterbi School welcomes thousands of local children to campus for the 7th annual Robotics Open House
School marks robotics week with events across campus during April; simultaneously highlights National Autism Month with a feature film on socially assistive robotics
USC welcomes hundreds of local middle and high schoolers to the University Park campus for the first annual Engineering Exploratorium
The Project in a Box initiative brings hands-on biomedical engineering lessons to local elementary schools
This engineering student is an extracurricular extraordinaire with a drive towards leadership.
Students in the USC – Base 11 Summer Mentorship Program complete inaugural session