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��������� A headline in the January 26 issue of MIT Tech Talk about NASA sending students to MIT incorrectly identified the program in which they enrolled. They are in the System Design and Management program.
��������� In the same issue, the first name of the contact person for those interested in filling the open position in the MIT Federal Credit Union's Supervisory Audit Committee was given incorrectly. His name is Charles Shaw, x3-4137,

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on February 2, 2000.

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