“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” – Albert Einstein
Established in 2007, USC Viterbi School's Division of Engineering Education addresses various issues surrounding engineering education that impact all departments of the school. The organization is comprised of jointly-appointed faculty from across the School, who focus a significant part of their academic activities on engineering education at the undergraduate, master's, and doctoral levels.
The division's main goals are to:
The Division of Engineering Education runs and/or endorses a series of special projects & programs, including Little Big Science, Viterbi Fab-Lab and much more.
The Division of Engineering Education represents a vibrant and passionate body of faculty that acts as a liaison between the school's independent departments, helping them implement innovative, school-wide initiatives to transform and enhance engineering education at USC.
For more information about the Division of Engineering Education's activities, please contact Division Co-Chairs, Prof. Michael Crowley at email@example.com and Prof. Geoffrey Shiflett at firstname.lastname@example.org or Vice Dean for Academic Programs, Prof. James Moore, at email@example.com
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