White Gold Corp. Appoints Jodie Gibson, P.Geo. as Vice President, Exploration
White Gold Corp. (TSX VENTURE:WGO) (the "Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Jodie Gibson, P. Geo. as Vice President, Exploration. Mr. Gibson has extensive exploration experience throughout North America, most notably in Yukon and Alaska.
Harnessing humanities, cultural heritage for better society
Last week, eggheads in the humanities converged on Osun State University, Osogbo, Osun State, as Nigerian Academy of Letters (NAL) held its yearly lecture.
Inlow recognized with Caleb Mills Award
Jennifer Inlow, associate professor of chemistry at Indiana State University, was honored with the Caleb Mills Distinguished Teaching Award at an
30 People With 'Soft' College Majors Who Became Extremely Successful
Carolyn Cutrone and Max Nisen
Dec. 18, 2012, 2:55 PM
Recently, venture capitalist Marc Andreessen said that he believed in the value of college, but mostly for math-based majors like engineering, rather than "softer stuff," like English.
We need the humanities more than ever, despite all the shouting
by JOHN IBBITSON
PUBLISHED APRIL 5, 2018 UPDATED APRIL 5, 2018
The $5 billion company built by arts graduates
It’s an old cliché that studying liberal arts and humanities will get you nothing but debt. Study business, engineering, medicine or law if you want a successful career and comfy salary, they say.
At least one tech giant has disrupted old assumptions, however.
CEO and engineer speaks to value of liberal arts education
Seifi Ghasemi believes classic literature and all aspects of a comprehensive liberal arts education are fundamental for every student in their future career goals.
Value of a liberal arts education: Look at Da Vinci, Ben Franklin, Steve Jobs
BY MARTY SOLOMON
February 05, 2018 05:01 PM
10 CEOs Who Prove Your Liberal Arts Degree Isn't Worthless
By JACK LINSHI
July 23, 2015
Majoring in the humanities
Majoring in the humanities seems like a bad idea these days. Employers don’t want to hire you, we hear, and when they do, they pay poorly (I’ve written three stories saying as much in the last two weeks). But a new study out today gives hope to liberal arts graduates.