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MSSE student Jessica Knizhnik wins INCOSE/Kossiakoff Scholarship

Congratulations to MSSE student Jessica Knizhnik, who has won the INCOSE Foundation/Kossiakoff Scholarship! The award is administered by Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and recognizes and encourages promising applied systems engineering research by students in a Masters or Doctoral program. The award will be presented at the 2017 INCOSE International Workshop in Torrance, California at the end of January.

Jessica will use the cash award associated with the scholarship to present a paper at the upcoming INCOSE conference in Australia. She is advised by Associate Professor Mark Austin (CEE/ISR).

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December 20, 2016


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