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Nautilus Magazine -- a different kind of science magazine that delivers big-picture science by reporting on a single monthly topic from multiple perspectives -- recently published an Ingenious interview with President Richard K. Miller in its Issue #40: Learning. In the interview President Miller talks about how he came to lead the reinvention of engineering education and what makes Olin's approach of educating engineers unique.

Richard K. Miller, the first — and only — president of the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, has spent his career educating what he calls "engineering innovators." He says, “an engineer is a person who envisions what has never been and does what it takes to make it happen. If you don’t have vision, and you don’t want to make change, you’re not really an engineer — you’re an applied scientist."

A five minute excerpt from the "More Innovation Through Education" talk Olin College President Richard K. Miller gave on May 25, 2016 at Stanford eCorner. The talk highlights ways in which higher education can create more innovators by better integrating studies that have traditionally segregated students.

01.10.1989  · Speeches and Writings, 1859-1865 has 595 ratings and 12 reviews. Abraham Lincoln was the greatest writer of the Civil War as well as its greatest politic...

The most comprehensive selection of Lincoln’s speeches, public writings, and private letters ever published! Abraham Lincoln was not only one of our greatest ...

The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have passed tax reform legislation that now awaits the president's signature. For higher education, the final bill ...

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Nautilus Magazine -- a different kind of science magazine that delivers big-picture science by reporting on a single monthly topic from multiple perspectives -- recently published an Ingenious interview with President Richard K. Miller in its Issue #40: Learning. In the interview President Miller talks about how he came to lead the reinvention of engineering education and what makes Olin's approach of educating engineers unique.

Richard K. Miller, the first — and only — president of the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, has spent his career educating what he calls "engineering innovators." He says, “an engineer is a person who envisions what has never been and does what it takes to make it happen. If you don’t have vision, and you don’t want to make change, you’re not really an engineer — you’re an applied scientist."

A five minute excerpt from the "More Innovation Through Education" talk Olin College President Richard K. Miller gave on May 25, 2016 at Stanford eCorner. The talk highlights ways in which higher education can create more innovators by better integrating studies that have traditionally segregated students.

Nautilus Magazine -- a different kind of science magazine that delivers big-picture science by reporting on a single monthly topic from multiple perspectives -- recently published an Ingenious interview with President Richard K. Miller in its Issue #40: Learning. In the interview President Miller talks about how he came to lead the reinvention of engineering education and what makes Olin's approach of educating engineers unique.

Richard K. Miller, the first — and only — president of the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, has spent his career educating what he calls "engineering innovators." He says, “an engineer is a person who envisions what has never been and does what it takes to make it happen. If you don’t have vision, and you don’t want to make change, you’re not really an engineer — you’re an applied scientist."

A five minute excerpt from the "More Innovation Through Education" talk Olin College President Richard K. Miller gave on May 25, 2016 at Stanford eCorner. The talk highlights ways in which higher education can create more innovators by better integrating studies that have traditionally segregated students.

01.10.1989  · Speeches and Writings, 1859-1865 has 595 ratings and 12 reviews. Abraham Lincoln was the greatest writer of the Civil War as well as its greatest politic...

The most comprehensive selection of Lincoln’s speeches, public writings, and private letters ever published! Abraham Lincoln was not only one of our greatest ...

The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have passed tax reform legislation that now awaits the president's signature. For higher education, the final bill ...


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