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csommerich95
11-19-2008, 10:08 AM
NIOSH-Sponsored Training Program - Openings...

Our Mater's degree program in Industrial & Systems Engineering
offers students the opportunity to specialize in Occupational
Biomechanics, Safety, and Ergonomics. Learning experiences include
course work, research activities, an applied practicum, and internships.

A limited number of students in the program receive financial
support, consisting of tuition, health insurance, and a monthly
stipend, through a NIOSH-sponsored training grant. U.S. residency
restrictions apply to these awards.

Ohio State University is a great place for engineers to prepare to
work in the area of safety and ergonomics. OSU is one of the top
public research universities in the country, which means that
students have the opportunity to learn from and interact with some of
the best teachers and researchers in the country.

For more information about this program, including financial support
opportunities, please visit this website:
http://www-iwse.eng.ohio-state.edu/ISEFaculty/sommerich/TPG/

Dr. Carolyn M. Sommerich
The Ohio State University
Department of Industrial, Welding and Systems Engineering
210 Baker Systems
1971 Neil Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
office phone: 614-292-9965
fax: 614-292-7852


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Carolyn M. Sommerich, PhD, CPE
Associate Professor
mailing address:
The Ohio State University
Dept. of Ind, Weld. & Sys. Eng
210 Baker Systems
1971 Neil Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
office phone: 614-292-9965
research lab phone: 614-247-6806
fax: 614-292-7852
Office: 276 Baker Systems
http://www-iwse.eng.ohio-state.edu/ISEFaculty/sommerich