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Experiential learning reveals changing higher ed landscape (access required)

Career competencies added to growing number of curricula at area institutions

A survey of Fisher’s past two graduating classes showed that 87% of undergraduates completed some form of practical or experiential learning experience during their time at the university and, of those, 40% completed two or more.

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