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NSF scientists speak to REU undergrad researchers

On Friday, July 22, ISR's Research Experiences for Undergraduates program welcomed two visitors from the National Science Foundation. Ms. Esther Bolding, program officer for engineering education and centers, and Dr. Robert Norwood, program directorfor engineering education and centers, attended the third and last in REU workshop series, "The Social Consequences of Design." ISR's Lee Harper, the project director, conceived, developed and facilitated the presentation. | PDF from the workshop |

July 2, 2005


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