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GARY FLOSS WINS BALDRIGE LEADERSHIP AWARD

NEW CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS OFFERED IN IOT AND ENTERPRISE COMPUTING Graduate Programs in Software has created two new graduate certificate programs in Internet of Things and in enterprise (mainframe) computing. They were developed in collaboration with employers and industry experts and are designed for working professionals. To find out more visit stthomas.edu/engineering .

Gary Floss, who has been teaching graduate engineering for 21 years, received a 2020 Baldrige Foundation Leadership Award for his decades of contributions to the Baldrige Excellence Award.

Al Faber, president and CEO of the foundation, praised the efforts of the award recipients: “Through their efforts to grow the Baldrige community, they help thousands of organizations across the country to improve their performance. Baldrige makes health care safer and more accessible, education more effective, businesses more efficient and customer-focused, cyber systems more secure, governments more streamlined and nonprofits more responsive.”

NEED ENGINEERING INTERNS OR GRADUATES TO HIRE? If you are looking for full-time employees or interns for engineering positions, attend our Meet the Engineers Career Fair. Every fall, St. Thomas engineering students post their resumes online in advance for employers to preview and then meet and interview them at the career fair. For more information, visit stthomas.edu/engineering/mte .

NSBE STUDENT ORGANIZATION FORMED

Members of the National Society of Black Engineers student organization, formed this year at St. Thomas, review each other’s resumes during their meeting on campus.

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