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USF Electrical Engineering student works in USF WAMI Center lab (courtesy USF News)
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It’s the largest in-kind gift in USF history, and it will give USF Electrical Engineering students an unbelievable advantage when it comes time for their job search. University Beat on WUSF TV explains how a long-standing relationship between USF and Agilent Technologies led to a 26 million dollar donation that will pay dividends for the future of everyone involved.

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USF student & professor work on Agilent's Advanced Design System software (courtesy USF News)
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USF is powering up its Electrical Engineering program thanks to the largest in-kind gift ever to the university. This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 tells us how the 26 million dollar donation from Agilent Technologies will give USF students an advantage when looking for a job.

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For more information

USF Center for Wireless and Microwave Information Systems website
Professor Thomas Weller, Director
813-974-2440 weller@eng.usf.edu

USF Unstoppable campaign website

Agilent Technologies' ADS Software website



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