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January 28, 2019

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Shanker Ramamurthy

Insightful as always Irving. In a world of exponential technologies lifelong learning and the willingness, aptitude and training required to do so is indeed a key determinant for success in a long career. Seems to me that a Phd program skewed towards such a goal has a lot to commend it; regardless of whether the newly minted Dr ends up in the academic world or not.

Doug Hunt

Excellent post. I will be sharing with several people. Irving has always been an inspiration and always pushed the envelope around leading edge innovation. Thanks for sharing this.

Peter Bobris

Irving, this is so on point. I enjoyed reading it. My education has taught me many things but one of the most important things I learned is to understand what I don't know. Your applied research comments realate to that in my mind. It takes collaborative effort to unlock new things.

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