MARK BENNETT: 'Public Blackness' exhibit encourages understanding, change, healing
The invitation is open to all. Local school kids. Adults. Families. College students. Elected officials. Everybody. From any background.
Valley Life: 'Everything I do is art' — Tanmaya Bingham leads ISU galleries
Something inspirational happened to Tanmaya Bingham just before she moved across the country to become the galleries director and an art instructor at Indiana State University this fall
Medical schools need more arts and humanities says OUWB study
Faculty members of Oakland University William Beaumont (OUWB) School of Medicine are re-evaluating the need to integrate art and humanity
In Depth: Fanning the flames of race in education
Critical race theory has become the subject of much controversy in Indiana and across the country.
How humanities background could make you a better medical student
Graffiti, hip hop shed light on social injustices in ISU course
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Tuesday Talk Podcast, June 23, 2020: For African Americans, pandemic impact hard and deep
Adeyemi Doss, instructor in the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies at Indiana State University, tal
People of State: Maddi Hellmich
Maddi Hellmich is a part of history, both on campus and in the world.
Careers in aging: how job-seekers search for and how employers advertise positions in aging-related markets
[The following is the abstract of an article co-authored by CAS faculty and Multidisciplinary Studies Chair Tina Kruger. Please see the link below for the full article]
Why Philosophers Are Hot Profiles On Corporate Job Market
PARIS — The return of humanities to the business world is becoming more and more visible. With technical jobs being replaced by robots, the quest for meaning in an increasingly complex society is boosting the importance of intellectual professions.