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Sarah S. Haight and Courtney Hollar join Boise State University’s department of mechanical and biomedical engineering

Sarah S. Haight and Courtney Hollar have joined Boise State University’s department of mechanical and biomedical engineering.

Courtney Hollar

Hollar has joined the faculty as a lecturer developing the new ENGR 180 Oral Communication and Design Thinking course for the college of engineering. Hollar holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from Boise State and a doctorate degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Idaho.

Sarah S. Haight

Haight has returned to the department as a lecturer after working in engineering management positions at Rekluse Motorsports and Versabuilt Robotics. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Boise State University and a master’s degree in engineering from the University of Michigan, Dearborn. Previously, she taught the mechanical engineering senior design course for the department. Haight is a certified professional engineer.

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