Widener-Seal20162Reporter Corinne Ruff interviewed NAC&U President Nancy Hensel, Widener University Associate Professor of Political Science and NAC&U Ambassador J. Wesley Leckrone, and Widener student Nicole Crossey (who also served on an NAC&U panel in Washington DC earlier this year) for an article on how professors can address students’ interest in acquiring technical, rather than theoretical, skills. Her article, “3 Ways Professors Can Balance Teaching Practical and Theoretical Skills,” first appeared on the Chronicle’s website yesterday. Read the article.

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