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  • 1. model for reform of undergraduate education NOVUM TRIVIUM structure- A traditional Discipline- Innovation and Entrepreneurship- Another Language and Culture
  • 2. S CREDITB C HOURS T E M STEM * 100 % = ? B+C
  • 3. F I T * programs STEM yearRobotics 83% 2012Quality management 66% 2011Innovation management 60% 2009FIT – faculty of innovative technologiesABET minimum – 75% of STEM subjectsABET – accreditation board for eng & technologies
  • 4. ALL STUDENTS SOME STUDENTS PROJECT PROJECTRESEARCH EDUCATION RESEARCH EDUCATION BUSINESS BUSINESS
  • 5. “ABITURIENT” motivationSTEM - CURIOSITYBUSINESS - CAREER
  • 6. MFTI - “phys-tech” institute of MoscowFaculty of innovations and high technologies evolution:2006 - creation 2007 – crisis 2008 – change of policy:no more management - IT and mathematics only3 semesters of physics instead of 5-6Now: excellent results in IT but crisis in business education Physicists or doctors?«ЕГЭ»-score (SAT,ACT in USA) in MFTI is one of the highest260 points for the faculty of molecular biology300 points (max possible) – for the faculty of physics210 – average score for the students of medical universities
  • 7. It is a miracle that curiosity survivesformal education A. EinsteinWhen they come downstairs fromtheir Ivory Towers, idealists are veryapt to walk straight into the gutter Logan Smith