Pooja Agarwal Pooja Agarwal is a senior from Massachusetts majoring in Business Administration with minors in Environmental Studies and Spanish. She is a Leonard D. Schaeffer Government Service Fellow and is spending the summer interning at the California State Assembly in Sacramento. Around campus, she is involved as Vice President of Finance for Peaks and Professors; member of Environmental Core, …
Grateful for support that made college possible, USC Fulbright grantee pays it forward
Troy Camp co-director Marla Ross found her confidence at USC through financial assistance and guidance from mentors and friends. As a recent grad, she wants to help others do the same.
2019 Fellowship Recipients
2019 Astronaut Scholarship Recipient Zane Durante is a rising junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Applied and Computational Mathematics. As a part of this honor, scholars receive up to a $10,000 award; expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. for the “Innovators Gala”; mentoring by an Astronaut Scholar alumni, C-suite executive, or astronaut; …
2019 Astronaut Scholarship Recipient
Zane Durante is a rising junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Applied and Computational Mathematics.
2 Bridge Institute BUGS grads finish with Fulbright fellowships in hand
Students attribute Fulbright opportunities to study diabetes and cancer to research experience gained at the Bridge Institute at the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience.
Valedictorian Ivana Giang channels her refugee family story to combat global education inequality
As the proud child of Vietnamese refugees, Giang has spent her time at USC tackling education disparities at a local, national and international level. By Joanna Clay
Salutatorian Haochen Wang went from struggling in middle school to singing with the Rolling Stones
Salutatorian Haochen Wang of Anhui, China, discovered a love of singing and performing during his time at USC. By Joanna Clay
Salutatorian Diviya Gupta wants to make medicine more accessible
Diviya Gupta became interested in medicine when her grandfather was diagnosed with an unfamiliar disease. With graduation right around the corner, she is looking forward to bringing her skills as a physician to underrepresented areas. By Joanna Clay