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Gray Kochhar-Lindgren is Professor and Director Common Core, University of Hong Kong (HKU). Given the forces of globalisation, technology, migration and digitisation that are so powerfully shaping the contemporary university, such a reconfiguring of transdisciplinarity enables students to prepare more fully for the knowledge and experience economy, to make connections between their majors and other areas of learning and to begin to think about the meaning of ethics in the context of extremely complex dilemmas.
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