Stevens Institute of Technology
Highlighting advancements in cancer biology and nanotechnology, the October 2019 event offered students the opportunity to flex their leadership, public-speaking, and collaboration muscles
To compete in the 21st-century workforce, engineering and science graduates need to be equipped with skills beyond those gleaned at the lab bench.
As crucial to future success as they may be, however, these so-called "soft" skills — such as interpersonal and public communication, organization, time management, and teamwork — are rarely found as part of a formal curriculum.
The Stevens Institute of Technology Center for Healthcare Innovation (CHI) aims to bridge this critical skills gap while also disseminating the latest in interdisciplinary biomedical technology and healthcare delivery research through its CHI Tissue Engineering Workshops. . . .
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