Liberal arts

Liberal arts

Jun 10, 2022
Piedmont University provost Daniel Silber resigned abruptly this week to protest proposed budget cuts and faculty layoffs, which he called “morally wrong.”

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December 2, 2022
In watching the World Cup in Qatar in a world rife with whataboutism, David S. Busch reflects on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s definition of intelligence.
September 30, 2022
“… is to draw up a list of things that would never occur to him!” A Thomas Schelling quote prompts Julius Nagy to reflect on the value of a liberal arts education.
September 7, 2022
Private nonprofit colleges and associations can do more to realize the potential of community college transfer to independent institutions, Loni Bordoloi Pazich, Julia Karon and Daniel Rossman write.
July 15, 2022
Employers were asked what skills they most value and what skills recent graduates are weakest in. Tara A. Rose and Terri L. Flateby summarize the findings.
June 10, 2022
Piedmont University provost Daniel Silber resigned abruptly this week to protest proposed budget cuts and faculty layoffs, which he called “morally wrong.”
June 6, 2022
University of St. Thomas Houston plans to launch a new associate degree program taught entirely in Spanish.
May 7, 2022
More evidence of what's wrong with the current state of the humanities.
December 7, 2021
Proposed reorganization at Texas A&M Qatar aimed at enhancing engineering education and research would reclassify liberal arts and science faculty in instruction- and service-focused roles, with no expectation or support for research.
October 18, 2021
Andrew Delbanco and Loni Bordoloi Pazich describe a model for engaging students who seek respite from the pre-professional treadmill and for expanding teaching opportunities for faculty.
September 3, 2021
To manifest their relevance and preserve their viability, they need to contribute to multidisciplinary initiatives focused on the numerous crises in humanity, not humanities, argues Robert D. Newman.

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