Micron’s Avezanno site recently hosted a group of 15 students from the University of Idaho College of Business & Economics during their trip to Italy. Accompanied by University of Idaho President M. Duane Nellis, the students were part of a faculty-led trip to explore Italian business practices, economy and culture.
"The collaboration with the academic world represents a crucial element for us," said Claudio Mari, Micron Communication Manager in Avezanno. "In this case we are proud to have received the visit of students and professors from Idaho, the state where our Company has its headquarters."
With Micron’s headquarters located in Boise, Idaho, many students already knew about the Company, its products and the semiconductor market. Students were introduced to the clean room, the fab where CMOS image sensors are produced, the mechanical building and plenum and received a presentation on how image sensors works.
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