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Following a career as a Senior Manufacturing Engineer for Hewlett Packard and Agilent Technologies, Clair Kochis began working for the Kenai Peninsula College mathematics department as an adjunct professor in 2009, teaching distance delivered mathematics courses. In 2010 she joined the KPC mathematics department as a full-time term faculty member teaching both distance and face-to-face courses in mathematics. Clair received her BS in physics from University of North Carolina and her MS in physics from Colorado State University where she studied the energy states of High-L atomic collisions using atomic spectroscopy and a MOTRIMS device she designed to restrict the motion of the target rubidium atoms.
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Certified March 20, 2013