Conducting Interviews for Top Students with Research Interests (MIT Lincoln Lab) — on February 25 & 26, 2013

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MIT Lincoln Lab will be on campus on February 26, 2013 to interview graduate and undergraduate students for summer 2013 research internships at the Lab.  Please see the attachment:  MITLL Division-Group-Descriptions

Interested students should forward unofficial transcripts and resumes to Mr. Elvin James @

Students must meet the following criteria:

1.      A minimum 3.7 GPA
2.      Fields of study:

a.       Computer Science
b.      Applied Math
c.       Bioinformatics
d.      3+2 dual degree computer engineering students
e.       Other top students whose studies are aligned with Divisions in the attachment

Only students who are pre-screened and approved by this Office will receive interview appointments with the Lab’s representatives.

The Lab will host a “pizza and drinks” Information Session for students on 25 February.

Thank you for your support of this valuable research opportunity for our students.

Dr. Curtis Barnabas Charles, Ph.D., S.M.Arch.S., B.Arch.
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