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CURENT students spent the summer is variety of ways. Here is what four CURENT students have been up to.

Alex Bolinsky (UTK) has been working with eVOL (a summer camp about engineering for about 160 ninth and tenth graders). Alex says, "Mostly, I'm helping the kids, showing off UT, teaching math, and leading downtime. The highlight of the event: nerf wars in the dorm."

Christopher Lackner (RPI) is on an internship with Sandia National Labs in Albuquerque, NM. He is working on a number of their research projects related to PMU communication and Wide area control issues.  In his downtime, Christopher enjoys hiking in the beautiful Sandia Mountains.

Sean Indelicato (UTK) has been interning in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania as an electrical engineer for ABB High Voltage Products. Below is a photo of Sean using a multimeter to measure voltages of an isolated switching regulator of 3.3V.

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Sean Indelicato

Natalie Bogda (UTK) has been doing an internship as a software developer with OSIsoft in Johnson City. In her words, "This is my second time interning with them. Johnson City has some really great hiking trails nearby and the scenery is beautiful." Below is a photo Natalie at her desk. 

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Natalie Bogda