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Edward Burger, Ph.D. Speaks About Solving Real-World Problems Through Effective Thinking


The concept of intentionally failing — and then gaining a different perspective that allows you to grow and react in a meaningful way—was the foundation of Edward Burger’s presentation, “Making Up Your Own Mind: Thinking Effectively through Creative Puzzle-Solving.” The lecture, co-sponsored by the Rose Hill dean’s office, the math department, and the Graduate School of Education, focused on how to think more effectively and creatively in our daily lives.  Read more in Fordham News.


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