In the U.S., where most undergraduates bear at least part of the cost of their university education, political pressure is mounting to provide incentives like tuition discounts or loan forgiveness to students of science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) fields. NC State’s Benjamin Franklin Scholars program aims to produce well-rounded professionals who are analytical problem-solvers, ethical decision makers and effective. CHASS program featured.
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