Monthly Archives: January 2019

Harrison Knapp

Harrison Knapp - I am currently pursuing both a B.S. in GeoDesign and a B.A. in Earth Sciences. The interdisciplinary quality of the GeoDesign program has opened my eyes to the interconnectedness of both the natural and human factors in weather and natural hazards, and studying spatial and temporal patterns of these events has taught…
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Jacqueline Sosa

Jacqueline Sosa - I am Panamanian, and live in Panama City, Panama. I wanted to find an internship I could apply what I had been learning in my GeoDesign courses in Panama. I decided that the Panama Canal would be an ideal place because stakeholders need maps and deal with large sets of data. So,…
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Austin Chow

Austin Chow - I am currently on track to graduate with a B.S. in GeoDesign in May 2019 and a M.S. in Planning in May 2020. During my undergraduate years, I have explored the potential uses of GIS and utilized my GeoDesign background while interning at a landscape architecture firm and a real estate company.…
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Richard Windisch

Richard Windisch - As part of a research university, the USC Spatial Sciences Institute is incredibly helpful in finding opportunities for students who want to pursue research. My first research experience was the summer after sophomore year through a USC Dornsife Problems Without Passports (PWP) course offered for GeoDesign students where we travel to Amsterdam and…
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