"Our students came away from the simulation with a much better understanding that technical savvy is not enough; they now understand that they need to develop the ability to think strategically, to appreciate diverse perspectives, and to articulate their thoughts in an effective way," said simulation observer Andrew Russell, a professor at New Jersey's Stevens Institute of Technology. "The simulation certainly whet their appetites: they all left the exercise eager to know more about standards, and curious about who made the standards that they rely on in their daily lives."
For more information about the workshop, contact the ANSI Committee on Education (CoE) via Lisa Rajchel (email@example.com), the Secretariat to ANSI CoE. To learn more about ANSI's ongoing schedule of workshops and training sessions, please visit the ANSI training schedule.
A gallery of photos from the event is available online.