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New research at USC Viterbi School of Engineering seeks to upcycle waste materials by harnessing the power of microorganisms.
The class of 2023 is “the best educated, the most representative in our history.”
This year’s ceremony at Alumni Park was headlined by alumnus and venture capitalist, Mark Stevens, who praised the power and versatility of an engineering degree
The 2023 Ph.D. Hooding and Awards Ceremony honors 133 new graduates and Jiaoyang Li, winner of this year’s best Ph.D. thesis.
Civil engineering major and sprinter Chioma Okonkwo hopes to medal in the NCAA Women’s Track and Field Championships and perhaps even run in the Olympics
USC Viterbi’s ASCE student chapter competes in the “America’s Cup of Civil Engineering.”
The Das Family Innovate x LA Student Competition challenges students to develop high-impact urban solutions and compete for a $15,000 prize.
Small plasmids are considered mobile genetic elements and transmissible between different types of bacteria
A father-son duo bond over their shared experience studying construction at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
An interdisciplinary team, including three USC Viterbi researchers, recently received a $1.1M National Science Foundation grant for managing, mitigating on-the-job stress
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Have you ever wondered where a civil and environmental engineering degree will take you? Or what life in a CEE research lab is like? Or are you just curious about what your friends are working on? Be CEEN gives you the inside scoop on the world of CEE @ USC Viterbi.