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The fundamental purpose of undergraduate education is to turn young people into responsible citizens, believes Harry Lewis.
Lewis, the Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science and Harvard College Professor at Harvard University, discusses whether modern concepts of assessment and customer satisfaction, and students' instrumental approach toward learning, have displaced our teaching mission.
He spoke at Cornell on Feb. 25, 2010 as part of the University Computer Policy and Law Program speaker series.