Students will formulate and develop arguments with sufficient support, including reasoning, evidence, and persuasive appeals, with proper attribution as needed.
Students will integrate knowledge from diverse perspectives, disciplines, and skill sets, both theoretical and applied, to hone them into arguments and/or strategies.
Students will apply discipline-specific as well as cross-discipline-based knowledge to design, execute, and report on a particular problem-solving strategy.
Students will make substantial leadership contributions to advancing personal and group work.
Students will behave ethically as demonstrated in all performance categories, including classroom, extracurricular, community-based service-learning, and independent research areas.