Topics: Alumni, Bangalore, International Offices
Bangalore is often referred to as the Silicon Valley of South Asia. Numerous technology companies and innovators are based there. (The head of one such company – Infosys, a USC partner – inspired the title of Thomas Friedman’s famous book The World Is Flat.)
Below is a Trojan Family portrait from Bangalore, on the occasion of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s dedication of the university’s Bangalore office Friday night. The group consisted of USC’s leadership delegation, alumni and parents, and friends of USC.
Topics: Alumni, Mumbai, New Delhi
Reporting from New Delhi, USC Alumni Association CEO Scott Mory said: “The Trojan Family is vibrant and strong here in India! We have met so many enthusiastic and dedicated alumni, parents and friends on this trip.”
Topics: Academic Cooperation, Alumni, Bangalore, Engineering, International Offices, MOU, Mumbai, New Delhi, Research Collaboration
USC Viterbi dean Yannis Yortsos says that the India trip has helped him connect far more closely with Viterbi alumni and parents. The school has hosted well-attended events in both Mumbai and Delhi, with another one scheduled tomorrow for Bangalore. USC Viterbi has been the key player behind the new USC office in Bangalore, which will be formally dedicated on Friday.
Topics: Academic Cooperation, Alumni, Bangalore, Business, Mumbai
“Vice Dean Shantanu Dutta and I have had wonderful meetings in Mumbai with Marshall alums, who are very excited about the potential of our building our presence in India,” reports Jim Ellis, dean of the USC Marshall School of Business. “We also have met with representatives of schools to discuss partnerships between our institutions. As we move to Delhi and Bangalore, we continue to meet with alums, parents, other business schools and companies to talk about what we can be doing for our students and to bring India closer to Southern California.”