K-12 STEM Center works closely with faculty to create innovative, “out-of-the-box” partnerships with local schools and/or nonprofit organizations serving underrepresented minority teachers, students, and/or families.
Robotics Open House
ROH is a fun day with all the robotics research labs providing demonstrations every half hour for groups of 15 people, plus some hands-on fun and games. Visitors can move at their own pace to attend as many lab demonstrations as they want and take a break any time to explore campus.
USC Viterbi K-12 STEM Center has partnered with Code.org which fosters computer science learning in K-12 schools. USC Viterbi School of Engineering will host quality professional development to educators in Southern California’s school districts*, especially those serving underrepresented minorities and/or families qualifying for federally funded lunch programs.
Curious about how engineers do amazing things? K-12 STEM Center offers the STEM Spotlight series to give students, schools, and families an in-depth look at engineering activities, research, and study/career paths.
Summer High School Research
Designed specifically for high school students on an ambitious STEM pathway, this is a unique seven-week opportunity to participate in hands-on engineering laboratory research focused on real-world problems.
BOTS @ USC
Building Opportunities with Teachers in Schools (BOTS) fosters digital equity in three East LA elementary schools via a Community of Practice of 10 teachers & USC Robotics, co-creating scalable & affordable inschool robotics/coding to build student computational thinking & support LAUSD Tech goals.
Published on December 2nd, 2016
Last updated on November 3rd, 2020