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Introductory engineering classes are often taught in large lecture halls, but due to a lack of laboratory apparatus, professors use chalk or erasers to demonstrate physical principles. "Imagine this chalk is a Gaussian...
Historically, commercial market trends trickle down into engineering program curricula. In the computing systems marketplace, customers are demanding ever more complex features as computing systems become more capable...
Engineering students, though technically, competent, are graduating without the necessary personal skills to be effective in the workplace. That is, they are lacking competence when it comes to communication skills. To...
In a longitudinal study at North Carolina State University, a cohort of students took five chemical engineering courses taught by the same instructor in five consecutive semesters. The course instruction made extensive...
In her article on graduates of engineering and technology programs Kerry Hannon observes that ". . .corporations want the whole ball of wax - soft skills, science skills, and diversity." Loria Yeadon, a patent attorney...
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