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Feb. 13, 2008 -- The Technology Program at Arkansas State University is striving to make students and the public aware of the new metallurgical technology program that gets underway this year.
Metallurgy courses will be offered in a program that will lead to the bachelor of science degree in technology, with an emphasis in metallurgical technology.
To help introduce the opportunity and the importance of the program to the region’s manufacturers and metals-related industries, the Technology Program will present a seminar about the new emphasis area and related job opportunities on Thursday, Feb. 28. The seminar, which will begin at 3:15 p.m., will be in Room 203 of the College of Agriculture building. Admission is free.
Speakers will include Dr. Zariff (Zac) Chaudhury, associate professor of metallurgical engineering technology; Dr. Charles Coleman, director of the Technology Program; and Dr. Greg Phillips, who serves as dean of the colleges of Agriculture, Engineering, and Sciences and Mathematics.
In addition to the seminar, Chaudhury and other ASU representatives will be visiting and recruiting at two-year colleges and high schools within the state of Arkansas.
The Technology Program is a part of the College of Agriculture at ASU.
For additional details about the program or the seminar, contact Dr. Chaudhury at email@example.com or (870) 972-3885.
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