Tuesday, 30 September 2008

Engaging students: what's the problem? 2 and 3 December 2008, Chancellors Co...


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Problem solving skills are highly valued by academics and employers. Unfortunately, research supervisors and industrialists frequently indicate that many of our graduates have very poor problem solving abilities. This workshop is designed to address these issues. Invited participants, from a range of bioscience disciplines, will have the opportunity to share practice and influence current and future Centre activity in this area. They will also be asked to co-author a hardcopy report that will summarise the outcomes of the event.


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