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Esche, Chassapis Awarded $500K by NSF for 'Virtual Environments for Collaborative Learning'

September 2, 2008

education graphic The National Science Foundation's Division of Undergraduate Education has awarded $500,000 to two professors of mechanical engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology, to pursue the research goals laid out in their successful proposal, "Virtual Environments for Collaborative Learning." Full Story

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