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Podcast: From "Generation Me" to "Generation Us"

The "Generation Me" group comprises those who were born in the 70s, 80s, or 90s. They have not known a world where duty precedes self, and thus, they put the individual first. This does not imply they are selfish; rather, they are aware of the importance of high self-esteem. But how do you engage university students who may appear to be self-absorbed? In this interview, Barbara Braun and Colleen Corbett from Washington University in St. Louis' Student Technology Services discuss the implemented model that allows them to engage Generation Me.


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Running time: 9m 9s
File size: 3.67 MB

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