What is a proper measure for a good scientist?
sjhogart at unity.ncsu.edu
Wed Feb 12 21:33:26 EST 1997
Dan Holdsworth wrote:
> The US system uses a longer degree course to the UK system, with a much
> broader range of subjects, and a steady grading system. Whether this is
> fairer or not I don't know; I'm not out to criticize Uni policy. I do know
> that a degree from a UK uni is "worth" more, since the potential employer
> knows that the degree is specialized, as opposed to general.
That's assuming that employers value specialization above
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