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NIST Hires Record Clark School Contingent

NIST Hires Record Clark School Contingent

The National Institute for Standards & Technology (NIST) has hired a record number of Clark School students for its summer student employment program.

NIST will employ 34 students in its Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program – the highest number ever from the Clark School (the previous high was 23 students). The students come from electrical and computer engineering, materials science and engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical and biomolecular engineering, fire protection engineering and bioengineering.

"I heard from several of the managers, who complimented us on the outstanding quality of our students," said Heidi Sauber, director of the Clark School's Co-op and Career Services office.

May 6, 2008


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