The ME

Marc Hunsaker and Jennifer Rivera

T-students are well-prepared to respond and adapt to an ever-changing career landscape through the acquisition of deep disciplinary/systemic knowledge coupled with the development of boundary-spanning skills. As T-students’ broad skills and deep knowledge merge together, they are equipped to more effectively operate across a wide range of disciplines, systems, and professional fields. At the intersection of the T’s vertical and horizontal axes is the ME, or knowledge of the self. This chapter will demonstrate how the ME is the critical component of the T because it (a) conceptually holds the other components of the T together, (b) practically describes how T-students are well-positioned to successfully ...

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