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If, as an engineer, you can’t recognize contributions from other people with different specialties, then you can’t really work productively with a team. Through IPROs, students learn to figure out things outside of their major because they have to. This means later on in life, they won’t have to confront their employer and say, ‘I haven’t learned this’ or ‘this isn’t part of my job description.’ — Mary DeRoo (Electrical Engineering, ’10) IPRO 344: Planning for Human Implantation of a Cortical Visual Prosthesis
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