SHINE STUDENT DION WALKER, A RISING SOPHOMORE AT GREAT OAK HIGH SCHOOL, PRESENTED HIS RESEARCH AT THE POSTER SESSION. (PHOTO COURTESY OF RICK BOLTON)
On Friday July 30th, the 2021 session of the Summer High School Intensive in Next-Generation Engineering (SHINE) held its annual poster session, the program’s culminating event aimed to celebrate the work and accomplishments of the student participants. At the event, which occurred in person on-campus, SHINE students presented their research to their families and to USC Viterbi faculty, staff, and students.
Said Katie Mills, the co-director of USC Viterbi’s K-12 STEM Center and the founder and director of SHINE: “It was so exciting to see everything these students have accomplished over the past seven weeks. I am so proud.. See More
Published on September 3rd, 2021
Last updated on September 3rd, 2021