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Engineering Emeritus Faculty Scholarship Fund will support undergrads

The endowed fund provides need-based scholarship support to undergraduate students in the College of Engineering.| Short Read

Associate Professor Emeritus James M. Miller recently made a gift to join four other emeritus faculty members—Professors George I. Haddad, Don B. Chaffin, David J. Anderson and Thomas B. A. Senior—as founding donors of the Engineering Emeritus Faculty Scholarship Fund. The endowed fund provides need-based scholarship support to undergraduate students in the College of Engineering.

Prof. Emeritus Miller earned his BS, MBA and PhD degrees from The Ohio State University, in 1963, 1965 and 1971, respectively. He began his career at the College of Engineering’s Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering in 1971. An expert in the field of safety management, occupational and product safety engineering, safety engineering research, and labor issues in industrial engineering, he retired from the University in 1997.

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New chip stops hacks before they start

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