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2007 Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
Today's engineers have to be able to work with colleagues of different backgrounds, both from different engineering fields as well as those from fields outside engineering. To better prepare graduates for this environment, universities and colleges are placing an ever increasing emphasis on interdisciplinary learning. The rise of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary engineering programs at many universities illustrates this trend. However, there are many obstacles to effectively functioningdoi:10.18260/1-2--2551 fatcat:wjica66yorh5rc5y7s43ruba2e