“Whether you’re interested in structures, building science, water resources, general environmental issues, air pollution, architecture, fluids, energy production, oil, or tons of other fields, civil and environmental engineering can be applied.”

-Molly, Class of 2016

If you’re interested in studying civil and/or environmental engineering, our upcoming roundtable is a great way to get to know some faculty members with a depth of knowledge in these fields. On Thursday, October 1st, Paul Ledesma, Director of Undergraduate Admission for USC Viterbi, will meet with a few faculty members from the Astani Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering to answer questions about majors, research, classes and more. The roundtable is in a “talk show” format and will be a fun and informative introduction to civil and environmental engineering!

Civil & Environmental Engineering

October 1, 2020 @ 4:00 PM (PT)

During this live event, faculty will answer questions about majors, classes, research, etc. in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Registration is required.


Interested in Seeing our Other Faculty Roundtable Events?

This event is part of an ongoing series of faculty roundtable chats for 2021 applicants to learn more about their major, classes, research, and mentorship opportunities.  Periodically throughout the fall Paul will gather a group of faculty from each engineering department and host them in a live virtual chat in a talk show format. Check out the complete schedule below to register for future roundtables and catch up on recordings of past events. For events which have not yet been scheduled, you can sign up to receive a notification when you can register.

Michael Cox

About Michael Cox

Michael was born and raised in a small island town off the coast of Seattle. He went to USC, but he’s still a Pacfic Northwesterner at heart—he loves hiking, reading, and watching the Seattle sports teams disappoint him. At Viterbi, Michael counsels high school and transfer students in the application process.

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