CLASS OF 2020 CELEBRATION

A Special Message from the Chair

Chair of the USC Viterbi Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Julian Domaradzki, congratulates the Class of 2020 on their incredible achievements.

Commencement Day Class of 2020 Interactive Celebrations

University of Southern California Virtual Conferring of Degrees

Friday May 15, 9:00am PST

Visit the USC 2020 Commencement Site for more information.

USC Viterbi School of Engineering Class of 2020 Online Celebration

Friday May 15, 10:00am PST

Visit the USC Viterbi Celebration Site for more information.

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Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Class of 2020 Online Celebration

Friday May 15, 3:00pm PST

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FIND ZOOM CALL-IN NUMBERS AND OTHER OPTIONS HERE

For more information for Class of 2020 Celebrations, see the following pages:

USC Viterbi Class of 2020 Video Messages

We want to celebrate you, the Class of 2020!

Whether you are graduating or someone you know is, send us video message celebrating yourself, your graduating friend, or the whole class. (Max file size: 100 MB)

Don’t want to fill out the form? Use #ViterbiGrad along with either #USCGrad or #2020Trojan on social. We’ll use selected submissions on our wall on May 15th. Thank you.

Class of 2020 Celebration Toolkit

Let the festivities begin, with these super fun backdrops, stickers, gifs and more! Download, post and fight on!

2020 AME Awards

On May 1, the Senior AME Awards were held online. Please see the list of recipients here.

A full list of our department awards is coming soon.

Senior Profile: Cole Kawana

In sixth grade, USC Viterbi senior Cole Kawana interviewed his great-uncle for a school project. The topic: surviving the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.

He stepped on a rusty nail the day before the bombing. That small misfortune saved his life.

This interview was archived in the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in Japan. The lessons from his great-uncle — and three of his grandparents and great grandparents, all of whom were in internment camps in World War II — however, remain indelibly a part of Kawana’s legacy.

One of these lessons: paying it forward.

Read about Kawana, his incredible memories at USC and what's next in his adventures of engineering, storytelling, rock climbing and giving back.

Celebrate more of our USC Viterbi graduates here.

AME Class of 2020