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New Report Reveals Current Strengths, Shortcomings of Engineering Students' Academic Pathways


October 7, 2010

new report cover Enabling Engineering Student Success, a new report released by the Center for the Advancement of Engineering Education (CAEE) and available for download on their website, identifies key opportunities for improving how engineering students are currently being prepared for professional practice. A major component of the report, the recently concluded Academic Pathways Study (APS), involved a broad collaboration of scholars who conducted innovative multi-year studies. Full Story

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