Spring / Summer 2022 NC State Engineering Magazine
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NC State Engineering Magazine
Volume XIVII, Issue I
Louis A. Martin-Vega
John Gilligan, Executive Associate Dean of Engineering
Deborah B. Young, (CE ’77), President, Board of Directors, NC State Engineering Foundation, Inc.
Griffin Lamb, Assistant Dean for Development and College Relations and Executive Director, NC State Engineering Foundation, Inc.
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