I truly enjoyed spending time with my MUSIP colleagues during lunches other organized events, but everyday was a new and exciting experience with my mentor Chika Nzelibe and the Advanced Design and Manufacturing team," said Morgan State University junior Michael Bennett Jr.
Following the graduation ceremony, MUSIP participants hosted a casual poster presentation session where they discussed and highlighted their personalized research projects with help from their ECBC mentors.
Aiming to build upon the success of this first MUSIP session, the Center is already preparing for a summer 2010 session.
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Organizers believe that a successful inaugural session means that MUSIP will impact much more than the future scientists and engineers passing through ECBC this summer.
In order to truly embrace those values and strengthen our organization, we are committed to implementing diversity programs such as MUSIP.