Authentic Research Promotes the Growth of Community College Students as Scholars
In 2005, the Business Roundtable predicted that if the United States were to maintain its position as the world's most powerful and technologically advanced nation as well as remain competitive in the global economy, it would need to double the current number of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) graduates by the year 2015—less than a decade from now. This is why it is important to develop innovative ways to engage community college students in science.
- Authentic Research Promotes the Growth of Community College Students as Scholars
- Revising Workload, Promotion, and Tenure Policies
- Managing Ethical Concerns in Marketing Courses
- Using Blackboard Creatively as a New Faculty Orientation Tool
- Investing in Leadership