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by Kristy Ng at 2013-01-30 15:24:06

Udacity Student Success Story: Hayden Lee

We have a success story that we’re very excited to share. Like many other Udacity students, Hayden Lee has really applied what he learned in class. Here’s his story. Hayden is a junior at Virginia Tech who entered college studying mechanical engineering. After a year in school, he ha… more