Research Assistant Divya Pahuja Represents at the Graduate Research Symposium

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The Institute's research assistant MSIT Divya Pahuja represented at the Graduate Research Symposium ( held on April 20, 2018. Divya Pahuja presented, " Assessing Educational Pathways for Manufacturing in Rural Communities: An Investigation of New and Existing Programs in Northwest Florida" a poster that reports the preliminary findings of the National Science Foundation Advanced Manufacturing Education (NSF AM Pathway) project. The project focuses on measuring the effectiveness of the classroom-to-career path offered by advanced manufacturing programs at Chipola College and collaborating colleges in Northwest Florida. The poster was displayed at the William Johnston Building located at the main campus of Florida State University. 

The NSF AM Pathway study is led by Dr. Marcia A. Mardis (PI), Dr. Charles R. McClure (Co-PI) and Dr. Faye R. Jones (Co-PI). The complete description of the project is available at