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NewsWednesday, April 9, 2014
John Kuta, senior vice president, technical plant manager of the Bosch Anderson plant, front right, presented Tri-County President Ronnie L. Booth, front left, with the grant check.
Pictured with them, from left to right, are Ray Bridges, of Belton, Bosch Scholar; Doug Wilson, senior associate development specialist at Bosch; Danny Stovall, Mechatronics program coordinator at the College; Jesse Garner, of Piedmont, Bosch Scholar; Cheryl Garrison, job placement coordinator at the College; Shan Smith, Industrial Electronics Technology program coordinator; A.B. Young, HRL manager at Bosch; Doug Allen, Industrial Technology department head at the College; Andrea Kahl, vice president, commercial plant manager at Bosch; and Lisa Neighbors, of Anderson, Bosch Scholar.
Robert Bosch LLC Gives Tri-County Grant to Improve Laboratories
Executives from the Bosch plant in Anderson visited Tri-County Technical College April 9 to present a $100,000 check for enhancements to the Mechatronics and Industrial Electronics Technology labs. In return, the College has renamed the labs, Robert Bosch Mechatronics Lab and the Robert Bosch Industrial Electronics Technology Lab, respectively.
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Photos: Photos of the Check Presentation Ceremony and tour of the Mechatronics and Industrial Electronics Labs.
Video: John Kuta, Senior Vice president, Technical Plant Manager of the Bosch Anderson plant, presents Tri-County President Ronnie L. Booth, with the grant check.
Video: Remarks by Senior Vice president, Technical Plant Manager of the Bosch Anderson plant.