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Read what Mark Gruen, associate dean of STEM, is writing about on The OLC Blog.
Mark and his team from Southern New Hampshire University are recipients of an OLC Effective Practice Award for this model. They were recognized at the OLC Awards and Leadership Ceremony and Reception at Accelerate 2019.
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