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Seven CSE students gain valuable "real-world" experience

Seven CSE students gain valuable "real-world" experience

Seven Computer Science and Engineering students are participating in Cooperative Education experiences this semester. These students are all obtaining academic credit for their work experience through the co-op program:

Jason Danielson - AsahiKASEI (Japan)

Chung-Hua Tsai - Health Care Innovation

Benjamin Bays - IBM

April Noren - IBM

Michelle Roggenbeck - IDV Solutions

Jeffrey Bell - US State Department

Andrew Kreling - US State Department

The Cooperative Engineering Education Program at Michigan State University is designed to both expand a student's educational horizons and facilitate his or her professional development through paid, in-depth, educationally-related work experiences.

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student who would like to apply classroom learning to “real-world” situations, explore career options while pursuing your degree, and earn a paycheck along with academic credit, please consider making the Cooperative Education program a part of your academic experience.

See for more information about these opportunities.

(Date Posted: 2006-02-27)