Student success is often defined by academics and the higher education institution. Craig Miller, Professor Computer Graphics Technology at Purdue University provides a professional development workshop that incorporates professional activities and how students engage in their academics as a career is as important as academics for eventual employment. This video discussion was recorded at the 2013 Engineering Technology Summit for the ET Pathway: the Food and Foodstuff Supply Chain. ET Pathways is an NSF supported project with a goal of improving the advanced technical workforce based upon a collaborative effort of Purdue's College of Technology and Ivy Tech Community College.
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- Miller, C., Chad Laux (2014). Professional Development for Student Success - A Roundtable Discussion. Purdue University Research Repository. doi:10.4231/D3TD9N79G
The included .MP4 file has been derived from an original .MOD file. This video runs 37 minutes, 7 seconds.