The Washington Post
September 11, 2013
It’s not enough for a mathematician to be a math whiz, or for an engineer to build a bridge. In today’s complex–and technological–society, there is an increasing need for professionals whose skills cross many fields.
Kevin Kelly, CEO of Herndon, VA-based LGS Innovations serves on the advisory boards of several universities including George Washington and Penn State, offering guidance on their STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) curriculum so that graduates will be more prepared to apply these skills in the real world.
“Ten years ago, for example,” says Kelly, “LGS Innovation researchers and scientists could have an in-depth background in a single discipline such as mechanical engineering (as Kelly himself did).”
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