SUNY Poly featured in Post Standard: 'Micron’s jobs: Tech giant would need engineers-and an army of...workers'
'Micron’s jobs: Tech giant would need engineers -- and an army of HVAC, assembly and machine workers'
"Up to 40% of jobs at semiconductor plants typically only require associate degrees or a high school diploma combined with some additional training in applied sciences from community colleges, said Robert Geer, a professor of nanoscale science and executive director of the Northeast Advanced Technological Education Center at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Albany.
"Geer is already helping students studying applied sciences find jobs in the semiconductor industry in Utica and Albany. Fields of applied sciences include computer science, mathematics, and mechanical and electrical engineering."
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