The Minnesota Daily published an article on the “Leapfrog University” memo distributed by Arthur Harkins and myself. Marni Ginther writes:
Harkins and Moravec argue research and innovation must begin soon and must begin at the undergraduate level. This would involve a huge shift in the way the University – and universities across the country – handle undergraduate education, they said.
But it also would begin to immediately produce more innovative graduates who are better suited for today’s job market, they said.