Campus Units

Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Political Science

Document Type

Article

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

2018

Journal or Book Title

Journal of STEM Education

Volume

19

Issue

3

First Page

27

Last Page

32

Abstract

There is no doubt that college–industry collaborations are vital to the success of undergraduate students with engineering and technology majors. This collaboration provides students with an opportunity to bridge the gap between classroom education and real-world experience. Inviting industry representatives to engage in the classroom and involving students with professional organizations, student field trips, virtual plant tours, and industry-focused final projects are ways in which an instructor can incorporate student–industry engagement into their course. During their undergraduate degree program, students are required to participate in an internship program where they gain substantial industry engagement and opportunities to learn and apply classroom knowledge

Comments

This article is published as Burns, C., Chopra,S., Shelley,M, Mosher, G. Utilizing Multivariate Analysis for Assessing Student Learning Through Effective College-Industry Partnerships. Journal of STEM Education. 2018, 19(3); 27-32. Posted with permission.

Copyright Owner

Journal of STEM Education

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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