To solve complex problems, do we need our higher education to be truly multi-disciplinary?

The vision of a learning institution that positions itself as the problem solving centre for society is one we should get behind. If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s to solve complex problems we need to cut across traditional boundaries of knowledge and be truly multi-disciplinary.

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  1. What if we had a degree that captured the multi-disciplinary problem-solving approach and the benchmark for pass or fail was, have you shaped the world for the better?
  2. Pick one change you want see in the world and consider what knowledge & from what domains would you need expertise in-order to solve it?
  3. Get in touch with Dr Chris Gallavin & join his coalition for transformative change.
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