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... to apply analytical skills to State Farm business issues through MAGNet, short for the Modeling and Analytic Graduate Network ... Students in MAGNet are expected to enroll in a new master’s curriculum created via a relationship between State Farm and the U of I’s Statistics Department ... MAGNet is similar to a 50% graduate assistantship as students work at the Research Development Center 20 hours per week during academic semesters and receive a pay rate similar to that of graduate ...
... A magnet program is an audition/application based enrollment meant to take the place of two elective classes ... The magnets offered at South Miami Middle take place during two class periods of each and every magnet student and specialize in the visual and performing arts ...
... Madison Academic Magnet High School is a public high school in the Jackson Madison County School System located on Allen Avenue, in Jackson, Tennessee ... Madison Academic Magnet High School replaced the former West Campus of Jackson-Central Merry ... The principal of Madison Academic is Janice Epperson(Former principal of I.B ...
... Loveless Academic Magnet Program (LAMP) is a magnet high school located in Montgomery, Alabama ... LAMP was formerly housed at Sidney Lanier High School, but moved into the former site of Loveless Elementary in 1999 ... and #56 in Newsweek's list of the top 1000 high schools in the United States ...
... The AMS-02 unit is a particle physics detector which contains a large permanent magnet, and is designed to search for antimatter and investigate the origin and structure of dark matter ... the original design plan, a cryogenic, superconducting magnet system was developed for the AMS-02 ... by NASA to be a critical technology, granting the instrument the high sensitivity needed to achieve mission objectives ...
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