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Seeing What's Visible-21st Century Academe, Text Slide 7 of 10

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Bulleted Slide: Seeing What's Visible-21st Century Academe

Caption: Conventional vs. Emerging


  • Department-based
  • Campus-centric
  • Building-block course
  • Few links to industry
  • Research vs. education


  • Topic-based
  • Global reach
  • Holistic curriculum
  • Robust industry partnership
  • Integration of research and education

Background Collage for all slides: Converging Frontiers, Research and Education and Public Policy

Caption: An abstract graphic depicting these three themes includes an artistic perspective of a face illustrating a perspective from the eye to graphs, numbers and equations. With a grid in the background and colors of red, orange and yellow, the entire slide is illuminated to depict modern technology and its thought process.

Source: NSF, Sara Raimo

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