Volume IV: What works, what matters, what lasts
Support scholarly activity
As more undergraduates are exposed to science and mathematics in facilities that allow them to ‘do science' under conditions that more closely resemble those found in contemporary and future work settings, they will be better prepared to move into positions in business and industry and academe that require scientific and technological skills. Equally important, these students will be better prepared for the difficult judgments about the economic, environmental, and ethical dimensions of science and technology that they will be called upon as citizens to make.
- Excerpt from What Difference do Improved Facilities Make? A report of the Project Kaleidoscope Committee of Visitors, 1998.