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Getting engineering students involved: The Dartmouth/Tuskegee program

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Fred K. Manasse ; Dartmouth College

In a pilot program of cooperative innovation in engineering education between Dartmouth College and Tuskegee Institute, several Dartmouth undergraduates, while resident at Tuskegee, taught and coached freshman engineers at the Institute in the fundamentals of engineering. The Dartmouth student-coaches also took courses in pursuit of their own degrees. Results of the program are presented and Tuskegee Institute student responses are assayed. Goals and future plans and their implementation are discussed.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 12 )