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Liberal Education/Engineering & Society
Ever wondered whether the students, the course, or the university were incompatible? This personal journey weaves its way through teaching architecture to engineering students and teaching engineering to architecture students in public and private liberal arts institutions, respectively. The problem is the mixture of conflicting wants and needs between the liberal arts and the engineering students, faculty, and programs. A personal experience narrative was performed to describe the nature of the liberal arts in engineering courses and programs in multiple settings. The accounting provides the lessons learned from teaching in higher education.
Hedges, K. E. (2020, June), A Teacher's Journey Through Engineering and Liberal Arts Paper presented at 2020 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access, Virtual On line . 10.18260/1-2--34074
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