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Page 14-Friday, October 9, 1981-The Michigan Doily

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Engineering
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Dr. Joseph A. Boyd

Harris Corporation Today:
o Nation's largest manufacturer of printing equip-
ment and electronic editing equipment for
newspapers.
0 Largest producer of AM and FM broadcasting
transmitters; a close Number 2 in TV transmitters.

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Sixth largest U.S. telecommunications
equipment firm.

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A leader in the research and development of
phased array technology.

A former University of Michigan professor,
now the leader of a major Fortune 500
corporation, returns to his alma mater
with a personal point of view on
careers in technology.
Dr. Joseph Boyd, former professor of electrical
engineering at U of M, and now the Chief Executive
Officer of Harris Corporation, will be the host at an
open house Wednesday, October 14, from 6-9 p.m.,
at the Ann Arbor Marriott Inn. Engineering, comput-
er science, and MBA students and faculty, are invit-
ed to discuss careers in technology with one of the
nation's leading engineering executives, along with
several top Harris managers. On Friday, October 16,
Harris will also hold on-campus interviews at the
engineering placement center. So stop, look, and
listen to the men who are helping to shape the look
of technologies for tomorrow-your tomorrow.

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Florida's largest industrial employer.

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Largest electronics company headquartered in
the southeast U.S. (Ranked 254 in the Fortune
500 Largest Industrials, May 1981.)
o Sales: Currently $1.5 billion.
Employment: 25,000 people in 36 plants world-
wide. Ten divisions, employing 8,500, are located
25 miles south of Cape Canaveral, Florida.

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