We have all heard the stats – the world is changing rapidly.
Up to 40% of the work that we do may be gone within a decade – and many future careers haven’t even been coined yet.
- So why do we keep teaching in the same disciplines and faculty collectives that have ruled the roost for the past 50 years or more?
- As graphic design becomes web user experience and journalism becomes digital communication, is there value in retaining the entrenched discipline boundaries of the past?
- For well over a decade we have been told that the world’s most complex challenges require multi-disciplinary solutions, but how often is that more than lip service in a brochure?
- Most importantly, for the classes of 2021 and beyond, do employers care? And what do they really want from graduates in a post-COVID world?