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The Resurgence of Liberal Arts?

Steve Jobs once said, “It’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields the results that make our hearts sing” (Segran, 2014). When students attempt to calculate the value of a liberal arts degree, they often overlook the soft skills that it teaches them (EAB, 2014). 481 more words

Philosophy

Writing while taking a dump — No. 66

The death of God is evidenced by the demand for interdisciplinary studies, which have yet to materialize as a universal phenomenon. Apparently, nothing, or rather no one, exists on university campuses outside of preexisting academic disciplines. 101 more words

Writing While Taking A Dump

It's time to talk about becoming responsibly engaged.

At Concordia College, the theme of the core curriculum declares we are “becoming responsibly engaged in the world,” however, in the case of interdisciplinary studies and respect of people of different disciplines, we fall short. 300 more words

It's Not Too Late - Spring Enrollment is Still Open!

Do you enjoy pursuing new interests, meeting like-minded individuals, sharing experiences, and engaging the mind in a friendly and relaxed setting? Then join us for our spring semester featuring courses covering a variety of topics. 73 more words

Carlisle Institute For Lifelong Learning

New series: North American Literature and the Environment, 1600-1900 – call for proposals

We are seeking proposals for a new book series, North American Literature and the Environment, 1600-1900, edited by Matthew Wynn Sivils

Building on the growing interest in the environmental humanities, this series focuses on pre-1900 American literary culture – the themes, figures, and issues that emerged during this vital period. 151 more words

Authors

Gender in a Global/Local World

Posted by Michael Drapper, Marketing Executive

International Women’s Day has been observed since the early 1900s, a turbulent period marked by rapid industrialization, huge population growth, and the rise of new radical political ideologies. 489 more words

Politics And International Relations