Viewpoint: Ethics, humanities needed more than ever in business education
By Debra Salvucci | Peter Ubertaccio – Dean, Leo J. Meehan School of Business | Dean, Thomas and Donna May School of Arts & Sciences
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]
The thing that turns a liberal arts education into a meaningful job
Clayton Spencer, the president of Bates College, a small liberal arts college in Maine, is unapologetic that careers do not arrive as neatly packaged gifts for students.
Why 'worthless' humanities degrees may set you up for life
At university, when I told people I was studying for a history degree, the response was almost always the same: “You want to be a teacher?”. No, a journalist. “Oh. But you’re not majoring in communications?”
Lemonade stands and liberal arts: What goes into entrepreneurs?
Are kids who operate lemonade stands and other businesses more likely to grow up to become entrepreneurs? Fast forward and ponder another question: Is earning a humanities or liberal arts degree in college tantamount to professional suicide?
What Can the Humanities Teach Big Data?
Like many Americans, I have a love-hate relationship with technology: I inwardly cringe when my preschooler clamors for screen-time with our iPad instead of storytime with a book. Our municipalities, our government, our insurers, and even the vendors of books are awash with technology as well. At
As Tech Companies Hire More Liberal Arts Majors, More Students Are Choosing STEM Degrees
The number of students choosing liberal arts majors is dipping. At the same time, more STEM employers are hiring workers with humanities backgrounds, according to a new report by researchers at Strada Education Network and Emsi, a labor market analytics firm.