From the Dean
Technology, the driver of our economy, has altered the value proposition of a college education. Ask a Millennial a question and their thumbs instantly engage their smartphone. Pavlov would be proud of the conditioned response of today’s students when faced with the need to learn a new fact or recall a basic concept. For basic knowledge, the internet has become the classroom and the teacher is named Google. Basic knowledge has become a free commodity that can be acquired rapidly.