Inspire the Woman, Impact the World
April 2017: Carnie Lewis
Carnie Lewis is a senior majoring in Occupational therapy and minoring in international relations. Carnie served as our Chapter’s president for two terms from 2014-2016 and she works for the Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science as a research assistant! In addition, she has the highest cumulative GPA of the seniors in our Chapter and in her major! She just won the Renaissance Scholar Prize, which is an incredibly important USC honor and scholarship for 10 graduating seniors who exemplify incredible academic achievement and depth and breadth in their studies!
March 2017: Autumn Gupta
We are so proud of sophomore Autumn Gupta for placing third place in a video contest for the 2017 EESF/AESSP Student video contest. Her prize will be presented at the Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science Banquet at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, April 13. She lives up to our purpose every day of contributing to the world's work in the community that she is placed in! Alongside her great win, she also is our Vice President of Finance, always keeping our house on track. She is a self-proclaimed critical thinker with an engineering mind and a heart for the arts. While she is an Environmental Engineering major with a minor in Environmental Studies, she also is involved in the following at USC: Trojan Marching Band, Center for Excellence in Teaching Undergraduate Fellow, Levan Scholar, Alpha Gamma Delta, and Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, Thematic Option. We love you, Autumn!