A PhD Student From Nepal Discovers He Isn’t Alone
Last month I organized the first ever Open House for EE PhD students. It was a chance for all of us, despite our different areas of research and backgrounds to come together, get to know each other, and maybe even collaborate.
Student Perspective – From High School to Freshman Year: Why I Chose USC and Electrical Engineering
My entire vision for college changed when my Interact Club’s Rotary sponsor gave me an application to USC’s Mission Engineering program. I applied on a whim, and that week-long program turned out to be the most influential experience in my college decision making process.
Student Perspective – Bridging the Physical and Virtual Worlds
Once I started at USC, I was eager to find research opportunities in Robotics and Internet of Things. Luckily, the EE department makes really easy for undergrads to get set up in one of the many labs and work closely with professors.
Student Perspective – From Consumers to Makers
The goal of our new club, Makers, is to provide a dedicated space for students to work together and build electronic projects outside of the classroom.