USC Creates YouTube Channel!

Having interned with Google this past summer, I was glad to read that USC has unveiled a YouTube channel:


As part of the agreement with YouTube, USC will maintain a central Channel, found at, with sub-Channels available to schools and other academic units that develop video programming. For example, the sub-Channel of the School of Cinematic Arts can be found at, whereas at viewers can access original content from the USC Gould School of Law. Two additional sub-Channels have been created to aggregate faculty and guest lectures ( and arts-related videos ( from a variety of sources.

Great stuff. They have a great photo of a younger Professor Gene Bickers on the channel banner. That’s him in the middle picture, holding some kind of balancing thing. He’s an excellent physics professor, and I was honored to have been in his Phys-161 course. They have channels for Cinematic Arts, Law, and Arts, but where’s Engineering?

Source: USC News

Watched the channel yet? What do you think?

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