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Advances in the auto industry from 2012 NAIAS

January 24, 2012

On the January, 2012 edition of "The Relevant University," host Larry Burns, vice president for external affairs at The University of Toledo, is joined by WJR radio personality Paul W. Smith at the 2012 North American International Auto Show to discus the latest advancements in the auto industry and how college students can get involved in careers to create the cars of the future.

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WJR logoPaul W. Smith, host of the Paul W. Smith Show heard weekdays 5:30-9:30 a.m. on News/Talk 760 WJR, chats with Larry Burns about the 2012 auto show and The University of Toledo's accomplishments during the past year.

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North American International Auto Show logoScott LaRiche, a committee member for the 2012 North American International Auto Show, discusses the new aspects of the Detroit auto show and the decision to remain downtown at the Cobo Center.

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General Motors logoAudley Brown, an engineer with General Motors, talks about the latest technology under the hoods of today's cars and how young people can get involved with creating tomorrow's vehicles.

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Chrysler logoChrysler's Georgette Borrego Dulworth shares the company's efforts to train future auto industry workers through extensive internship and training programs.

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