Posts tagged: Liberal Arts - Diverse

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The Integrated Liberal Arts Approach: The Curricular Vaccine Higher Education Needs Now More Than Ever

by Pareena G. Lawrence | May 19, 2020 Perhaps the COVID-19 pandemic that we are all battling on a global scale will serve as a great Read more

Students, Schools Seek Answers in Era of Pandemic U.

by | May 4, 2020
We’ve crept into May, which is coincidentally Asian Pacific American Heritage Month on the di [...] Read more

Why Society Will Need Liberal Arts Graduates

by Sonia Cardenas | April 16, 2020
The global pandemic has disrupted all of higher education, but perhaps no sector in it more tha [...] Read more

Stepping Away from the Brink: Part VII: Faculty and The Academy

by Edward Summers, Lessie Branch and Adriel A. Hilton | March 11, 2020
Faculty, in conjunction with students, represent the core of an academic institution. Without e [...] Read more

Report Details Liberal Arts Education ROI

by Lois Elfman | January 14, 2020
A new report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce (CEW) examine [...] Read more

New Chair of Theater at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Aims to Increase Opportunities for Women in the Industry

by | January 8, 2020
Patsy Collins Bandes was named chair of theater at Boston Conservatory at Berklee. She now has [...] Read more

Emerson College Looks to Absorb Marlboro College

by | November 7, 2019
Officials from Emerson College said that it is considering a plan to merge with Marlboro Colleg [...] Read more

Hampshire College Announces New Educational Model

by | October 18, 2019
Hampshire College has announced a new nontraditional educational model meant to break down barr [...] Read more

Foundation President and Historian Wants to Make the Humanities Accessible

by | October 8, 2019
Dr. Andrew Delbanco wears two hats. He’s the Alexander Hamilton Professor of American Studies [...] Read more

Teagle Foundation Forum Explores What Liberal Arts Can Offer Underrepresented Students

by | October 5, 2019
At a forum marking the Teagle Foundation’s 75th anniversary, humanities faculty explored what [...] Read more

Faculty Bring Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies to LaGuardia Community College

by | December 13, 2018
With shifting notions of gender and sexuality, ongoing discussions about reproductive rights an [...] Read more

Black Lives Matter Leader Joins Faculty at Prescott College

by | August 7, 2018
Patrisse Cullors, the co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Global Network is joining the facult [...] Read more

Sisters, Other-Mothers and Aunties: The Importance of Informal Mentors for Black Women Graduate Students at Predominantly White Institutions

by Torrie A. Cropps & Levon T. Esters | July 10, 2018
Mentoring is paramount to the success of Black women pursuing graduate degrees. Unfortunately, [...] Read more

Reimagining the Liberal Arts

by Loni Bordoloi Pazich and Tony Banout | June 7, 2018
The liberal arts can help students prepare for the complexities of the modern workplace, includ [...] Read more

AAC&U Says Liberal Arts Education Not Just for the Elite

by Walter Hudson | January 29, 2017
The liberal arts education should not be reserved for just the elite but should be embraced by [...] Read more
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