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Sambur wins CUNY Career Achievement Award

Congratulations to ISR Professor of the Practice Marvin Sambur, who has been selected as the 2012 recipient of the City College of New York’s Career Achievement Award. The annual award is given by the Awards Committee of the Grove School of Engineering School Alumni (ESA) to “a graduate of the School of Engineering whose career and achievements are a source of pride to Alma Mater and to fellow alumni.”

Sambur will receive the award at the ESA annual meeting and awards dinner on May 15 in New York City.

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February 14, 2012


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