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Commas for insertions at end of a sentence

 
 
Reply Wed 19 Feb, 2014 11:59 am
Now that I take the time to write this question, I feel pretty certain the answer is "Yes." Here is my question anyhow. Should I use a comma after the word "University" in the sentence below, since what follows is just inserted supplemental information?

My master of science degree is in mechanical engineering from Oregon State University, where I used MATLAB extensively for my numerical methods coursework.
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Reply Thu 20 Feb, 2014 04:57 pm
@mcdonmic,
My master of science degree is in mechanical engineering from Oregon State University, where I used MATLAB extensively for my numerical methods coursework.

Yes.

My master of science degree is in mechanical engineering from Oregon State University. There I used MATLAB extensively for my numerical methods coursework.

where = relative pronoun that substitutes for 'there'.
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