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More than 90 percent of alumni from the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences obtain employment or begin graduate school within six months of graduation. Whether your goal is to work in cyber security at Google or serve as a plant pathologist at the United States Department of Agriculture, TU can make your dreams a reality.
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Extra energy: Internship gives geosciences master’s student meaningful experience in the oil and gas industry
Cameron Graham recently wrapped up a stimulating internship with Jura Energy. An added bonus was being mentored by a TU alumnus who’s now a senior executive with the firm.
Brain structures and mental disorders: what’s the connection?
Computer science Ph.D. candidate Bohan Xu and his fellow researchers are using brain-structure image data to identify deviations in areas of the brain that potentially lead to mental disorders.
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