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Dr. David Stumbo, Ed.D., CSP, OHST, Eastern Kentucky University Abstract Postsecondary internships can be highly beneficial to student interns, host employers, and universities. This study sought to better understand the […]
Heather Nester, University of Cincinnati The Importance of Career Education Biology According to the National Science Foundation 80% of the jobs available in the next decade will “require math and […]
Jennifer Wells, DVM, University of Cincinnati Abstract To meet the educational goals of the University of Cincinnati (UC) Blue Ash, Veterinary Technology Program students participate in several required community-based collaborations. […]
Jeffrey Reznick: Chief, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine with The National Institute of Health Kenneth M. Koyle: Deputy Chief, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine […]
In the spring of 2021, Temple University successfully launched a program to financially support students undertaking unpaid internships in the summer of 2021. The program was in response to two main considerations: the broader impact of unpaid internships on students; and the timing of a second consecutive summer during a pandemic that severely impacted student opportunities to gain meaningful work-integrated learning experience.
Listen to Episode 12 of the Experience Magazine™️ Podcast with Dan Moore of Southwestern.
Listen to Episode 11 of the Experience Magazine™️ Podcast with David C. Caffo, Ed.D of Wilmington University in New Castle, Delaware.
The cooperative engineering education model (co-op) is comprised of both classroom instruction and direct industry/research experience. However, it has only recently been implemented in China. In this paper, collected data including both positive and negative factors that encourage and inhibit employers’ participation in the co-op program in China are examined.
The world of work has been rapidly changing for many years. The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic has accentuated the unpredictable nature of the current employment landscape.
Listen to Episode 10 of the Experience Magazine™️ Podcast with Sarah Burrows of Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts.