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From next year, students at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) will take a ‘Ruskin Module’ - an interdisciplinary learning module that will give them the opportunity to tackle ‘wicked’ challenges and explore solutions to global societal problems as part of their three-year undergraduate degree.
Developed over two years through a process involving students, academics, and professional services staff from across ARU’s community, the credit-bearing Ruskin Modules will enable students across our four campuses to work together to develop the innovative thinking and the problem-solving skills that the jobs of the future demand. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide the reference framework for each Ruskin Module. From examining the concept of social justice to identifying the ethical principles needed for our growing use of Artificial Intelligence, ARU’s Ruskin Modules provide a unique and inclusive learning opportunity for tomorrow’s global thinkers and leaders.
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