19 Apr 2014

Christopher Carrillo – The (Non) Technical Development of Humanity – TEDxSMU Spring 2014

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Christopher is a Junior at SMU from San Antonio, Texas. He is interested in pursuing a degree in Environmental Engineering.

One Response to “Christopher Carrillo – The (Non) Technical Development of Humanity – TEDxSMU Spring 2014”

  1. Tech Guerrero says:

    Congratulations Mr. Carrillo:

    Multi-dimensional solutions, indeed that’s “where it’s at” in our on-gong-potential as a species and an elemental work-frame in terms of professional versatility. Nice, short, impacting way to share a powerful thought.

    Many universities are already thinking (much) more in an interdisciplinary work-frame, while some others still make it challenging for students to design their own multi & interdisciplinary degree. More holistic thinking and collective output might be derived from institutions that foster the above than those that operate in silos. On the former one might not even feel such differences in collective creative interactions (the sum of the parts).

    I look forward to seeing what your holistic intention and academic efforts bring to the world in the future after TED-talks & graduation.

    Best wishes,

    Tech Guerrero
    M: Technology and Consumer Culture + Anthropology
    m: Creative Computation + Sociology = SMU Senior 2014

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