How college research projects support workforce development

06/24/2014 | Forbes

Student research conducted during college can help prepare graduates for jobs that rely on interdisciplinary knowledge, evidence-based analysis and collaborative skills, Daniel R. Porterfield, president of Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., writes in this commentary. He highlights how some schools use student research to deepen the value of a college education.

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