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    Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

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    Assistant Education Coordinator National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN) Education and Outreach Program Manager Microelectronics Research Center, Georgia Institute of Technology

    As the Assistant Coordinator of the NNIN Education Program, Diana Palma is responsible for expanding the K-12 Nanotechnology Education effort in Georgia Schools, contributing to the www.nnin.org website, assisting with the GT/RET Program and NanoCamp in the summer months, as well as reaching undergraduates and graduate students at Georgia Tech with the only nanotechnology education outreach opportunity in Georgia. As the Education and Outreach Program Manager for the Microelectronics Research Center, this is an excellent opportunity to increase visibility to our already well-established clean room facility as well. After teaching 7-12 science in Georgia schools for 20 years, Diana is now using her Georgia Tech M.S. in Management of Technology degree to actively recruit and develop outreach efforts among technology industry sponsors.


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