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Sharon Black

Sharon Black (IntlAf ’71, MS TeleCom ’72) has the rare distinction of being the first graduate of the Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program (ITP), which was the first academic program of its kind in the world. In fact, she was the only student in the very first class.

After a career as an international telecommunications analyst, consultant, and attorney with more than 40 years of industry experience, she has taught in the ITP as an adjunct professor for 17 years and has been a scholar in residence since spring 2012.

David Espinoza

David Espinoza started collaborating with CU-Boulder remotely in 2007, long before he first enrolled. He had a job at a communications research group in Peru designing wireless networks, when CU-Boulder student Marco Kuhlmann contacted his company about a project to extend wireless coverage into the rain forest.

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