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Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing
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Ignite! 2011 - Tony Ambler, Dean of the USC College of Engineering & Computing

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  • 1. And I’ve OnlyGot 6 Minutes40 Seconds!!!
  • 2. So I’ve no time to tell you…National Research Council ranked,Electrical Engineering – TOP 10 IN THE NATION Chemical Eng. – TOP 30 IN THE NATION Mechanical Eng. – TOP 35 IN THE NATION …and ALL CEC Departments “#1 in South Carolina”
  • 3. Economy: Lack of EngineersCould Hinder U.S. Innovation - USA Today, last week…-
  • 4. $40M Annual Savings – 2% Increase in Readiness
  • 5. Use of Composites – Health Monitoring Lightning Strike Protection
  • 6. “You call it grad school; I call it raising the debt ceiling”

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