Monthly Archives: August 2017

Sustainablilty?

Learning about the different wicked problems and reading the story about Easter Island just open my eyes to more of the things I have to work on going forward in life. In easter island you had people with very little … Continue reading

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Never ending cycle

A wicked problem is vague, unique, urgent, irreversible and undefined. Various problems such as proverty, global warming and deforestation are never ending issues in our society today. These problems are old but cause new issues as we try to correct … Continue reading

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Who is to blame?

The issues, events, and the changes that are going on as I write have not always been at the top of my priority list, but after the discussions and the reading I was able to experience, they are now in … Continue reading

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Wicked Problems: Blog #1

This class…just wow.  The issues decussed are topics we should have learned by now and we should have our own opinions formed rather then a professor filling our heads; some people have not looked and or even researched the topics … Continue reading

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Butterfly Effect

Most students that enroll in a class, generally have an understanding of what that class will entail. That was not the case with Wicked Problems of Industrial Practice. I had no idea what I was signing up for, what is … Continue reading

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What Goes up Must Come Down

So when I first saw that I had to take a class called “Wicked Problems of Industrial Practice”, I just kind of laughed thinking that it would be a blow off class that would talk about things that would have … Continue reading

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How Harmful Are We?

Personally, I never really believed in global warming, and this belief, shared by many others, could lead to our downfall. Sure, I see social media posts or tweets about global warming. I see the recycling bins, and I hear the … Continue reading

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