Please note that my opinions are my own, and the opinions of the anyone or any institution quoted are theirs. The opinions expressed herein do not reflect the opinion of North Carolina State University, its board of directors, the College of Management or any other college, Student Media Authority, or WKNC Raleigh.

Monday, November 20, 2006


So, its pretty much obvious that everyone's major in college gives them a different lens through which to view the world, especially if that major is right for them.

This is holds even truer (word?) in grad students, I think.

My question is: why did I have to pick a major that everyone thinks *they* know something about?


Juris Naturalist said...

If your theory is right, and if there is something to be gained by having a broader lens, we should strive to make interdisciplinary connections with our work.
Maybe I'm wrong. I don't know anything about economics...

Jeff said...

Thank you for proving my last point. :-P

I think you bring up a good point. Of course, to reap the full benefits of specialization in education, cross-curriculum education would require a kind of "groupthink."

I prefer saying "I don't know" to being part of a collective.