NKU grads get high-tech education, jobs

By Lauren Brousell , CIO |  IT Management, education

For Scott, the work is significantly cheaper and more flexible than offshoring. For students, it provides not just pay but valuable work experience and the potential for a future job. Scott just hired an NKU grad who participated in a co-op job.

Ferguson says informatics at Griffin Hall has become quite competitive and the school plans to use the program as a recruiting tool. "We take the cream of the crop."

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