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The Division of Professional Practice (DoPP) is sponsoring a Fall 2013 Poster Crawl for students who have completed internships and co-ops, as a way of bridging ‘real-world’ professional experience and academic studies.
Because interns and co-ops are often tasked with projects or assignments that implement the knowledge they acquire in their major studies, this poster presentation is a way for them to illustrate and underscore the effectiveness of their work on the job in their chosen field.
The Poster Crawl, held from 5-7 PM, September 9, in the Clough Learning Commons, is open to the public, and will be a judged event. Prizes will be awarded for best posters and presentations. You’re invited to attend to see how your studies at Georgia Tech can equip you for work in your chosen field, and how interning or co-oping is an excellent introduction and entry to a lifetime of work and contribution to society.
“Our students are the future explorers, creators, researchers, and innovators of the world. This poster crawl event will allow others to experience firsthand the impact Georgia Tech interns and co-ops are having upon our data networks, space travel, medical devices, roadways, and the environment to name a few,” stated Ashley Rose Edgar, Assistant Director, Internship Program, Division of Professional Practice.
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