Congratulations to the Dornsife graduate students whose research projects have advanced to the final round for the Graduate Research Symposium. This is USC's only university-wide academic competition and showcases the best of graduate research being done at USC.
Students will present their research for five minutes with the help of a single power point slide. This TED talk style format is geared toward a general audience and focuses on the broader impact of the research. This is a great opportunity for undergraduates considering graduate school to preview graduate research. All are welcome. Free food!
Congratulations to the ten Dornsife finalists:
Cong Trinh, Chemistry
Lisa Locascio, English
Brian Hsu, Linguistics
Sung Shin Kim, Neuroscience
Andrey Egorov, Physics & Astronomy
Lucy Kim, Linguistics
Ambra Spinelli, Art History
Susan Geffen, Psychology
Paul Henke, Physics & Astronomy
Taona Chithambo, Psychology
9 a.m. to Noon: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
12:30-3:30 p.m: Social Sciences, Arts and Humanitites