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Andrea Armani received her BA in physics from the University of Chicago and her PhD in applied physics with a minor in biology from the California Institute of Technology. She is currently the Ray Irani Chair of Engineering and Materials Science and a Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at the University of Southern California.
Join us to hear the voice of the new generation of engineers, engineering students and aspiring engineering students – the Gen Z engineers! You're invited to the online panel, The Engineer of 2020, on September 17 at 5 PM ET, where we will discuss the enabling power of engineering as we address today’s challenges and the post-COVID future.
The panelists are engineering students or engineering professionals, beginning their careers during a time of change. In this first-of-its-kind event, intended for Gen Z, we'll discuss attributes and mindsets for engineering graduates needed to engineer a better world for all humanity.
A keynote address by USC Viterbi Professor Andrea Armani will precede the panel discussion.
The event is organized under the aegis of the National Academy of Engineering's COVID-19 Call To Action.
Rachel Figard '21, North Carolina State University, Industrial and Systems Engineering
Arynn Gallegos '20, University of Southern California, Electrical Engineering
Esther Sim '20, Arizona State University, Biomedical Engineering
Rachael Lau '20, Duke University, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Andrew Mang '12, Duke University, Mechanical Engineering and Economics
Dr. Andrea Armani, Ray Irani Chair of Engineering and Materials Science and a Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science @USC Viterbi School of Engineering