Is This the Hardest Course in the Humanities?
For most of my professional life, the future of the humanities was a conceptual matter. That’s no longer the case.
What Gets Forgotten in Debates About the Liberal Arts
As the United States staggered out of the Great Recession, policy makers and pundits were all too eager to question the liberal arts.
Liberal arts degree delivers liberal earnings and job satisfaction
American higher education has been the envy of the world since World War II.
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.
University students will enter careers that don't exist today
Students should research the different kinds of undergraduate programmes and major they are interested in.
7 most valuable college majors needed for the future
The most valuable college majors will prepare students for a world right out a science fiction novel.
Rhodesia nostalgia ‘screams out extreme hatred,’ say Zimbabweans
I'm from Zimbabwe, and I know that when you walk the streets of Zimbabwe, even saying the word ‘Rhodesia’ is considered racist or prejudiced,” says Kay Layton, an artist and musician in Calgary.
“It brings up such a dark past, a dark history.”
Student use technology to create unique pieces of art.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – Students at Indiana State University are using technology to create unique and interesting pieces of art.
Experts: Key to stopping mass shootings is understanding mindset of killers
Mental health professionals and mass shooting experts in the Greater Cincinnati area are saying the key to figuring out how to stop mass shootings will come through understanding the mindset of the killer.
10 Women With Jobs That Are Completely Unrelated To Their College Majors
Graduation season is upon us, which means a new class of graduates has been ejected from the sweet cocoons of their universities into the unforgiving real world. Some are probably wondering: What can I possibly do with this American Studies degree and Ethnomusicology minor?