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A winning combination: Internships educate students and companies

In spring 2017, five ASU seniors began McKesson Scottsdale’s first internship class for that summer. Initially, McKesson hoped to have them rotate through a cybersecurity discipline the company operated in — such as operations, identity, software development and security automation. What ended up happening was much better for both the company and the interns.

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Hoolest lends an ear to stress relief

Hoolest Performance Technologies, a student startup led by biomedical engineering graduate student Nicholas Hool, seeks to create an earbud device that reduces the effects of performance anxiety, stress and nervousness. They will compete for $100,000 in funding at the ASU Innovation Open final round on February 2.

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