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Emily Rogers

Undergraduate Research Assistant (Summer 2018 – Present) 

Hometown: Davis, California

Emily was born in the small town of Davis, California and attended public school.  She is currently studying mechanical engineering at USC and will graduate with her Bachelor’s Degree in May 2019.  During her time as an undergraduate, Emily has enjoyed volunteering and studying abroad in Rome, Italy with the Viterbi Abroad Program.  Outside of academics, Emily plays the alto saxophone in the USC Thornton Non-Major Jazz Combo and participates in intramural soccer.

Research Interests

Emily is analyzing data integrity and data vintage issues in the peer-reviewed literature, focusing on publications within the energy-water nexus research space.

Awards and Honors

  • Recipient of USC Provost Fellowship – 2018
  • USC Viterbi Dean’s List – Spring 2016, Spring 2017
  • Girl Scout Gold Award – 2014


  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (2015 – Present)

Career Goals

After graduating from USC, Emily plans to attend graduate school and study energy.