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Two Score and More: A Lifetime of Learning for Keeping Engineers at the Fore,
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Slide images (clockwise from top left): photo of an engineering undergraduate student at Northern Arizona University; photo of a West Virginia University electrical engineering graduate research assistant explaining the use of molecular beam epitaxy for the growth of nanostructures to a physics undergraduate student; photo of a Ph.D. student in Materials Science and Engineering in a lab at Tuskegee University's Alabama Center for Nanotechnology Materials (ACNM); photo of Professor Robin Murphy of the University of South Florida and a robot she developed

Slide image credits (clockwise from top left): © 2003 Paul Heinrich; West Virginia University WVNano; Tuskegee University of ACNM facilities; University of South Florida

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