Freshman Academy

All first-year students in Viterbi are invited to enroll in Freshman Academy (ENGR 102), a class that allows new Viterbi students to learn about the field of engineering, understand how engineers think and approach problem-solving, and examine the ethical, societal, and political impact of engineering.  The class also brings together students from all engineering majors, giving students the opportunity to meet other first-year students and build their Viterbi community.  Each Academy section is led by an experienced faculty member and two upper-division engineering students called Freshman Academy Coaches who serve as mentors and resources for questions about student life in Viterbi.

All Academy Lectures

Students in Freshman Academy are provided with the opportunity to hear from professionals, innovators, researchers, and USC alumni in the engineering field through the All Academy Lecture Series.

Fall 2021 Coaches

Academy coaches are current Viterbi sophomores, juniors, and seniors in different engineering majors. Coaches can answer any questions you have about the course, Viterbi, USC and any other issues or challenges that you might face during your first year.

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Anisha Rao

Year: Junior
Major: Astronautical Engineering, minor in Political Science
Hometown: Sacramento, CA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Rocket Propulsion Lab (RPL), Society of Women Engineers

Hobbies/interests:
Traveling, anything food-related, martial arts, climbing

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Football game days with friends
  • Trips to the desert with RPL
  • Late night boba runs to Pot of Cha
  • SpaceX tour with my ASTE 101 class
  • Learning to skateboard

Advice for freshmen:

  • Everyone wants to make friends, so don’t be afraid to put yourself out there, especially within the first couple weeks of school!
  • Go to career events, office hours, club meetings, etc. Get to know as many professors, classmates (in and out of your major), and industry professionals as you can. This network of people will be invaluable to you later on.
  • Don’t sweat the small stuff. It’s okay to mess up!
  • Get off campus and explore LA! Go outside! There’s so much to experience beyond USC.
  • Take your first year to explore clubs (engineering and non-engineering) you’re interested in. It’s never too late to try something new!

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Ashley Brady

Year: Senior
Major: Environmental Engineering
Hometown: Chicago, IL

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Camp Kesem, Engineers Without Borders, Childress Research Lab, Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Ultimate Frisbee Intramurals

Hobbies/interests:
Hiking, hammocking, yoga, volleyball, watching the Cubs

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Football gamedays
  • Singing/dancing to country music with my roommate
  • Camp Kesem counselor retreat

Advice for freshmen:

  • Go to the involvement fair and sign up for everything you’re interested in (you can try it all out and then pick what you like)
  • Join clubs you love!
  • Never be afraid to ask upperclassmen for advice
  • Late night deep talks are worth the one less hour of sleep
  • Roommate dance parties are a great way to release stress

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Ashna Chandra

Year: Senior
Major: Computer Science
Hometown: Saratoga, CA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Theta Tau, Lean in USC, Lava Lab, Society of Women Engineers

Hobbies/interests:
Baking, hiking, exploring new cities, trying new restaurants

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Day trips to the beach
  • Late night Pot of Cha runs
  • Skateboarding around campus at night

Advice for freshmen:

  • Explore LA! There are so many cool restaurants/beaches/areas to visit.
  • Join as many clubs as you can (engineering and non-engineering). It’s never too late to try something new
  • Talk to your professors outside the classroom

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Cameron Cole

Year: Junior
Major: Computer Science/Business Administration
Hometown: Chicago, IL

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
National Society of Black Engineers, Global Investing Society, Viterbi Student Ambassadors

Hobbies/interests:
Skateboarding, hiking, watching/playing basketball, cooking, meditating

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • First football game and tailgate
  • Skating around campus late at night when it’s empty
  • Taking the metro to Santa Monica and Venice for the first time
  • Finally trying boba
  • Salsa night on the first Friday of every month

Advice for freshmen:

  • College is about way more than classes. Take school seriously but remember to have fun, go out, make friends, and have a good time
  • Never worry about speaking up in class, odds are 5 other people had the same question you did
  • Don’t be afraid if your interests change; embrace it
  • It’s easy to get caught up in comparing yourself to others with different backgrounds and experiences, so just focus on trying your personal best in everything you do
  • The more you get out of your comfort zone, the more you’ll make the most of your SC experience

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Cami Simpson

Year: Senior
Major: Industrial & Systems Engineering
Hometown: Chapel Hill, NC

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Theta Tau, Programming Assistant for TIE office, ISE Supply Chain Management TA

Hobbies/interests:
Hiking, Thrifting, Spending hours in antique shops

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Sitting in EVK with my friends!
  • Going to Santa Monica
  • Staying up late and talking about life with my roommate

Advice for freshmen:

  • Try everything you want to try!
  • It’s okay to take a while to figure out what you want to be involved in.
  • Be safe, have fun, and explore what LA has to offer!

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Christina Bambach

Year: Senior
Major: Chemical Engineering (Sustainable Energy emphasis), minor in Entrepreneurship
Hometown: Dallas, TX

Student involvement/organizations/campus
Engineers Without Borders Vice President, Research at the M.C. Gill Composites Center, Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, Grand Challenges Scholars Program

Hobbies/interests:
Hiking, road trips, reading, and going to the beach

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Going to Santa Monica with everyone on my dorm floor
  • Football games
  • Spring break national park road trip
  • Going to the LA Haunted Hayride with friends

Advice for freshmen:

  • It’s never too late to make friends! Say hi to familiar faces on campus.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask questions/communicate with your professors. Office hours are great for this.
  • If you like workout classes, the USC Gym Class Pass is affordable and worth checking out.

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Felipe Morelli

Year: Junior
Major: Civil Engineering, minor in Urban Sustainable Planning
Hometown: Bogotá, Colombia

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Troy Camp, Admission Center, Hispanic International Latino Organization, Expat Society, Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity

Hobbies/interests:
Movies, TV, Hiking, Biking, finding new restaurants, dogs

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • My friends and I went to a movie premiere and ran into Ed Helms!!
  • One time the fire alarm went off at 2am, and my friends and I decided to go to starbucks instead of going back to bed. It was fun 🙂

Advice for freshmen:

  • Seek Discomfort: put yourself in situations which you might not imagine yourself. College is a time to try new things!
  • Get involved. It can be very overwhelming to come to college but a great thing to do is join clubs and orgs that interest you, as this will allow you to meet new people 🙂
  • Do your research! USC has so much to offer, look into all the different programs/services that USC has in order to make the most out of your time here.

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Gianna Beck

Year: Junior
Major: Computer Science/Games
Hometown: Phoenix, Arizona

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Viterbi Student Ambassadors, Viterbi Research Fellow, Society 53, Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Society of Women Engineers, SC Outfitters

Hobbies/interests:
Climbing, Hiking, Creative Writing, Baking, and 2000s RomCom Movie Marathons

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • My friend and I wearing our matching pink feathered cowboy hats down to the McCarthy dining hall to get some late night crepes 
  • Disneyland trips with friends and my sorority 
  • Ice skating at LA Live and starting a conga line 
  • Trash talking my UCLA-grad brother at Thanksgiving after we beat them 
  • Painting on the lawn outside Griffith Observatory at sunset
  • Late night boba breaks with my friends down the hall, making sure to stop at the fountain by Traveler that had once again been filled with laundry detergent and was overflowing with bubbles

Advice for freshmen:

  • It’s so easy to fall into comparing yourself to your fellow classmates. This can really wear on you over time though so do your best to stay centered on yourself and be confident in your abilities and the choices you make!
  • Try everything you can (but make sure to still get some sleep)! If a club sounds interesting, go to a meeting or two! If your friends are heading to a new restaurant in DTLA, join them! If anything at all looks exciting, just do it!
  • Take care of yourself - have fun, eat well, fit in a walk or exercise when you can, spend a night in to relax, GET SOME SLEEP, and pay attention to what you need, physically and mentally, during the freshman year craziness.
  • Talk to that person next to you in class! Everyone’s looking to make friends 🙂

 


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Ginny Barnes

Year: Junior
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Hometown: Seattle, WA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
USC Solar Car Team, Women in Engineering mentorship program, Society 53, SC Outfitters, Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority

Hobbies/interests:
Camping, hiking, cooking, reading, watching sunsets, eating burritos

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Staying with my best friends in La Jolla, CA and getting Better Buzzed coffee (the best)
  • Late night study sessions with my MechE friends and eating Raising Cane’s
  • The first time I walked into the Coliseum on USC gameday
  • Philanthropy day for my sorority

Advice for freshmen:

  • At USC you will meet new friends throughout your four years here, it doesn’t need to happen right at the beginning!
  • Your freshman year is a time for you to explore, and you don’t need to know what your future looks like right away. I had many friends who changed majors, added minors or joined new clubs well after their freshman year.
  • It’s awesome to be involved in many circles at USC. You can be an engineering major and  still take a guitar class or join the surf team!
  • Make friends/study groups in your classes! It goes a long way to be able to team up and collaborate with your peers.

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Hannah Cheves

Year: Senior/PDP Master's
Major: Biomedical Engineering, PDP in Medical Devices and Diagnostic Engineering
Hometown: San Diego, CA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Abbott Intern, Tri Delta Sorority, Risk Manager for Tri Delta, TIE Program Assistant, RE3, Neurology Research Assistant, AED, Peer Health Exchange, ASBME

Hobbies/interests:
I love to hike, paint, travel and explore LA when I have the chance!

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Winning free tickets to Stagecoach at Spring fest
  • Road tripping to SD with my friends for a weekend getaway
  • Football season (even though it was so hot!!)
  • Going to Santa Monica on Fridays after class

Advice for freshmen:

  • Don’t be afraid to talk to other freshmen. They are all looking for their friend group too and probably want to get to know you!
  • Go to the club/career fairs but don’t join everything! There are a million things to do at USC and they’re all great organizations, but you don’t want to be overwhelmed during the craziness of freshman year.
  • I know this is not for everyone, but if you are thinking about rushing in the spring, DO IT! You don’t have to take a bid, but it is a great way to meet people. I met some of my best friends through my sorority and found a second home on the row.
  • HAVE FUN! Take a study break every once in a while and explore LA or what campus has to offer!

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Irene Li

Year: Senior
Major: Biomedical Engineering (Pre-Med), PDP in Biomedical Engineering
Hometown: Thousand Oaks, CA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Laboratory for Integrative Biosystems Engineering, Troy Camp, USC Freehand @3D4E, Blueprints for Pangaea, Gamma Phi Beta

Hobbies/interests:
Reading, crossword puzzles, hiking, going out to dinner or brunch with friends

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Staying the weekend in Big Bear with new friends
  • Going to Disneyland with Troy Camp
  • Camping during spring break with the climbing club
  • Meeting my best friends in my classes!!

Advice for freshmen:

  • Join any and all clubs you are interested in, then pick a couple to stick with. This is how I found my closest friends at USC.
  • Take advantage of the dining halls (I love EVK quesadilla day - yum!!!)
  • Try to practice good study habits early since it will help you for the rest of your time at USC.
  • But also remember to cut yourself some slack from time to time and reach out to others in your classes for help. They are probably feeling the exact same way and would probably love to have a buddy!

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Josh Solomon

Year: Senior
Major: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Hometown: Pittsburg, PA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Theta Tau (Vice Regent), IEEE, Autonomous Networks Research Group (Research Assistant), USC Lyon Center (F45 Instructor)

Hobbies/interests:
Fitness, Movies, Robots, Reading (Sci-Fi and Fantasy)

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Spending time with Electrical Engineering and Theta Tau friends
  • Visiting San Diego
  • Going to the beach

Advice for freshmen:

  • Step outside of your comfort zone
  • Smell the day and seize the roses. Life: It doesn’t always make sense, but you can always make the most of it.

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Julia Cordero

Year: Senior
Major: Computer Engineering & Computer Science
Hometown: San Bruno, CA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Research under Professor Bhaskar Krishnamachari in the Autonomous Networks Research Group, Member of Theta Tau, Member of IEEE, TA for EE 141 (Intro to Linear Algebra for Electrical Engineers)

Hobbies/interests:
Running, movies, hiking, coding, web-design, reading

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Studying with all the other electrical engineers in “The Chiller” (Study Lounge in one of the Residential Halls)

Advice for freshmen:

  • Focus on whatever interests you whether it's organizations, your classes, or your connections.
  • Take every opportunity you can because you might never have it again, and you have
    time to change if you decide you don’t like it.
  • Step out of your comfort zone every now and then.

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Keemia Beizai

Year: Junior
Major: Industrial & Systems Engineering
Hometown: Mission Viejo, CA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Viterbi Career Ambassador, MAD Lab (Laboratory for Design of Medical and Analytical Devices), 3D4E, Women in Engineering, Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, Virtual Peer Mentor

Hobbies/interests:
Crafting, thrifting & going to flea markets, cooking & baking, going to the beach

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Meeting new people during welcome week
  • Being in the audience for a taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live! and going to a movie premiere at the TCL Chinese Theatre in the same night
  • Going to concerts on campus and in LA
  • Taking the Metro to Santa Monica
  • Going on field trips to the Getty Villa, The Broad, and the Health Sciences Campus

Advice for freshmen:

  • Be open to new experiences! Explore clubs or jobs outside of engineering that you might be interested in. If you think you might be interested in a club or an organization, go to the first meeting and give it a chance.
  • Go to office hours! Your professors and TA’s will always be willing to answer your questions and you can create a personal connection that will help you throughout the semester.
  • If you’re taking chemistry, biology, physics, calculus, or any other class that has SI leaders, try to fit a weekly SI session into your schedule. Even if you feel confident in a class, they have great practice questions and study materials that can help you do your best.
  • Don’t overcommit yourself! Make sure you still have time to focus on your mental health and social life.

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Kelly Jiang

Year: Senior
Major: Biomedical Engineering, specialization in Cyber Security
Hometown: Kunming, Yunnan, China

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Associated Students of Biomedical Engineering (ASBME), Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Student Researcher at the Chung Lab 

Hobbies/interests:
Animated Movies, Crime and Medical Dramas, Dogs and just about any animal, STEM Education for K-12 students, Research, Hiking, Food!!!

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Being an RA for VSI (Viterbi Summer Institute) and Korean High School Exchange students over the summer
  • Skydiving in San Diego
  • Starting my research position at Chung Lab
  • Exploring LA with all of my suitemates
  • Going into my first Thanksgiving Coma on my friend’s couch before suddenly remembering I had a paper due the next day I hadn’t finished

Advice for freshmen:

  • Don’t be too stressed about grades. It’s okay to not be at the level you want to be at first, but if you work hard, you’ll get there
  • Try new things, find out what you like and what you don’t, but be sure to be safe.
  • Don’t be afraid of professors. They are there to help you and they want you to succeed. Office hours are a real lifesaver.
  • Don’t be afraid to apply for things because you think you are not qualified. The worst that can happen is you gain some experience and know better for next time.
  • Take care of yourself, whether it’s getting some much needed sleep or reaching out to Student Counseling Services (it’s free!!!).

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Kenda Finch

Year: PDP Master’s
Major: Civil Engineering, PDP in Civil Engineering
Hometown: Richmond, CA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
ASCE, EWB, Freshman Academy

Hobbies/interests:
Hiking, reading, baking, surfing, camping

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • First USC Gameday!
  • Taking over study rooms with friends during midterms and finals
  • Exploring LA and trying new restaurants
  • Taking the Metro to Santa Monica for the first time

Advice for freshmen:

  • Everyone is trying to make new friends. Don’t be afraid to talk to anyone in your classes or in your dorm.
  • College isn’t like high school. You might have to work harder than you think, so organize your time well and talk to your professors if you feel like you’re struggling.
  • Go to office hours! Even if it's just for a simple question it will show professors that you’re dedicated to their class, and they’re more likely to help you when you really need it
  • Have fun! Freshman year is full of making new memories – go explore LA and try things you never thought you would.

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Kwayera Burrows

Year: Senior
Major: Mechanical Engineering, minor in Education and Society
Hometown: St. Louis, MO

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Hodge Materials Research Group, National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) Design Team, Tutor for Viterbi Learning Program (VLP), Black Campus Ministries (BCM)

Hobbies/interests:
Reading, traveling to new places, volunteering, hiking, being outside, beach days!

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Movie nights on the 6th floor of Flour Tower
  • Weekend adventures of exploring LA on the metro
  • Late study nights in CED with friends
  • Free stuff and food at ResEd events
  • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) outreach events

Advice for freshmen:

  • Be your own self advocate and seek out interesting clubs, resources, and advice from peers, mentors, upperclassmen, staff, and professors.
  • Take care of your physical, mental, and emotional health by remembering to eat, taking study breaks, efficiently managing your time, and doing things that bring you joy.
  • You will make mistakes and you might fail some classes but keep going after what you want and don’t let these experiences or what others say get you down. You are capable of what you put your mind to.
  • Go to office hours! It is scary at first but ask a friend to join you and ask questions. Professors want to help and get to know their students.

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Lucas Mortenson

Year: Sophomore
Major: Industrial & Systems Engineering
Hometown: Golf, Illinois

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Trojan Scholar’s Society, Scholars Leading Scholars

Hobbies/interests:
Sports (Basketball, Baseball, Water Polo), Guitar/Vocal Performance, Eagle Scout, Dogs 😊

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Biking around Campus at 2 am
  • All the foooood
  • Playing catch on campus
  • Walking out around the SC baseball field for the first time
  • 30 minute train ride to Santa Monica
  • Learning to surf
  • Meeting new people

Advice for freshmen:

  • Don’t be afraid to reach out - I had to try and meet other kids on zoom, so take advantage of seeing people in class and around campus
  • Explore campus – there are a lot of really cool spots around campus, and walking around sometimes when there aren’t a lot of people around is pretty cool
  • Get to know the kids in your specific major classes – those are the kids that you are going to be with for the next four years… they don’t have to be your best friends, but it's good to get to know them
  • Be careful – while the area directly around campus is pretty safe, be sure to know the area is safe if you are leaving campus
  • Take advantage of the school’s freshman social programs – this is something that I never got to do because school was virtual, but my friends at other schools all found friends through these programs…they are worth going to even if they are a little awkward at first

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Max Marshall

Year: Junior
Major: Computer Science
Hometown: Evanston, IL

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Executive Board Corresponding Secretary for Theta Tau, HackSC Participant

Hobbies/interests:
Photography, movies, investing, guitar, cooking, art, fitness, plane-spotting

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Football season
  • Welcome week
  • AeroDesign Team desert flight testing
  • AME-105 glider build
  • Joining Theta Tau

Advice for freshmen:

  • Learn how to not procrastinate but don’t beat yourself up if it takes a while. The boredom of doing an assignment early is always better than the stress of cramming!
  • Make friends with non-engineers. You’re at a school with people who are incredibly talented in almost any field.
  • Don’t be afraid to change majors if you aren’t enjoying what you’re studying.

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Melanie Toh

Year: Sophomore
Major: Computer Science
Hometown: Hong Kong

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
AthenaHacks marketing team, Scope cohort member, Women in Engineering mentee, HKSA member

Hobbies/interests:
Art (esp. oil painting), dance, anime

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Scope hackathon and game nights
  • AthenaHacks’ boba retreat
  • Playing Stardew Valley with friends

Advice for freshmen:

  • Take advantage of office hours and additional learning resources (discussion session/SI worksheets)!
  • Don’t be afraid to reach out to your classmates to make new friends or form study groups! 
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to meet people and learn new skills (+ bulk up your CV)

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Natalie Kistler

Year: Senior
Major: Biomedical Engineering (Pre-Med)
Hometown: Kansas City, KS

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Research Neural Modeling and Interface Lab, Research Orthopedic Institute for Children, 3D4E, Pi Beta Phi Sorority, GGURE Program, Associated Students of Biomedical Engineering

Hobbies/interests:
Running, baking, going out to eat (especially ice cream), going to the beach, watching sports, looking at food Instagrams

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Football Gamedays
  • Going to World Premiere of Captain Marvel and shaking Josh Peck’s hand
  • Spending 50$ in a week on ice cream
  • Spending the day at Manhattan Beach
  • Getting to talk to interesting Uber drivers with my friends

Advice for freshmen:

  • No one has it all figured out – even if they do a good job of hiding it.
  • The grill line at EVK – at the end of the hot entree line you can order burgers, hot dogs, and grilled chicken sandwiches.
  • Get involved in as many clubs as you can and then you can narrow them down during your future years.
  • Focus less on getting involved with the “right” groups or “right” classes and find what you are truly passionate about.

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Nathan Hirsch

Year: Junior, PDP 1st Year
Major: Astronautical Engineering
Hometown: Danville, CA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
SERC, LPL, RE3, USC Climbing Team

Hobbies/interests:

  • Climbing
  • Spending time with friends
  • Listening/making music
  • Hiking

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Football gamedays
  • Meeting my new friends
  • Heaven on Earth (art exhibition a friend made)

Advice for freshmen:

  • You can always reach out for help
  • It’s best to talk to people about any problems you’re facing rather than holding it all in
  • It’s okay to be overwhelmed with all the new stuff, it makes more sense with time so there’s no rush to dive into everything
  • Use all your resources such as VLP, Math Center, and the Writing Center

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Surya Nehra

Year: Senior
Major: Computer Engineering & Computer Science, PDP in Electrical Engineering
Hometown: Tracy, CA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
USC CAIS++, Novus Think Tank, USC Bennis Scholars

Hobbies/interests:
Reading, Music, Calligraphy, Exploring new places with friends

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Long nights talking to friends in study lounges
  • Taking the metro to Santa Monica
  • Visiting Lake Arrowhead with friends and seeing snow for the first time

Advice for freshmen:

  • If you have a question, ask it! You’re almost certainly not the only one.
  • If you have an interest, there’s probably a group of people who share it. Relationships built over those interests can be some of the best you make!
  • Try everything that seems cool, even if you have no experience! If you don’t end up liking it, you don’t need to stick with it.
  • Your best is enough.

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Trisha Khandelwal

Year: Junior
Major: Aerospace Engineering, minor in Organizational Leadership & Management
Hometown: Moorpark, CA

Student involvement/organizations/campus jobs at USC:
Society of Women Engineers (SWE), USC Rocket Propulsion Laboratory (USCRPL), NAE Grand Scholars

Hobbies/interests:
Reading, baking, cooking, traveling

Favorite memories from freshman year:

  • Walking around USC’s beautiful campus for the first time
  • Having movie nights on Sundays with the girls on my floor
  • Having a beach bonfire with SWE
  • Watching The Bachelor in the Pardee lounge
  • Building a glider for the intro to Aerospace Engineering course (AME 105)

Advice for freshmen:

  • Really enjoy every moment you have on campus - you never know if it will be cut short #corona
  • Join clubs to find your place on campus and meet new people!
  • Don’t be afraid of going to office hours, your professors want you to learn and succeed!