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Allison Logan
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CISE Spring 2019 Newsletter
19053617-EMKT-ENG-CISESpring2019Newsletter
Project Lead: Chris Barnett
Status: Completed

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Leadership Review Date08-10-2020Proposed Start Date05-14-2019
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This is the Spring 2019 Newsletter that is sent to all CS chairs and a second version that is being sent to CS Alumni and friends.
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19ALLO-0513775 EG_CISE_Newsletter_Alumni_20190515 05-20-2019 This email is meant to inform CS chairs, alumni and friends of the work and awards coming out of the CISE department. https://ufodaa.quickbase.com/db/bk6w4fz4u?a=edr&rid=775&dfid=12
19ALLO-0514776 EG_CISE_Newsletter_Chairs_20190515 05-20-2019 This email is meant to inform CS chairs nationwide what the UF CISE department is working on and accomplishing. https://ufodaa.quickbase.com/db/bk6w4fz4u?a=edr&rid=776&dfid=12
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