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Roy Guzman

Former Undergraduate Work Study Student, ICIS

Roy Guzman, Former Undergraduate Work-Study Student, is experienced in the fields of circuitry programming, computer troubleshooting (technical and software), tutoring, and design (Graphic and Web). Roy created an interactive Macromedia Flash presentation entitled “Earthquake Damage of Residential Building Structures” that features advanced ICIS research utilizing geographical information systems (GIS). His tasks at ICIS included designing flyers, creating and/or updating websites, and creating Power Point presentations. In 2004, Roy completed a dual degree program that earned him a B.S. in Mathematics from NYU and a B.E. in Electrical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.




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