BY THOMAS D. SHARTS
I often tell college students that my goal in being their instructor is to improve their level of knowledge sophistication as a result of giving them the opportunity to take the knowledge they’re learning in the classroom and apply it toward developing real-life skills related to critical analysis, problem-solving and leadership. Likewise, I believe that a college degree is worthless to a student if he/she has not experienced an increased change in his/her . . .
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