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Forum to Provide Undergraduates with Information about Graduate School

April 19, 2010

IEEE and Etta Kappa Nu are hosting a Research Forum for Undergraduate Students at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 27th, in Spahr Auditorium. EECS Associate Professor James Stiles will provide a graduate school overview. Faculty investigators from the Center for Remote Sensing of Ice and Sheets (CReSIS) and the Information and Telecommunication Center (ITTC) will outline the labs and focus areas of the EECS-affiliated research centers. The forum will conclude with a tour of Nichols Hall, which houses CReSIS and ITTC. 



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