Why Companies Need Philosophers
The titanic companies that comprise the annual Forbes Global 2000 list, ranking the 2,000 largest companies on earth in terms of sales, profit, assets and market value, ar
STEM who? The humanities mount a comeback
Why studying arts like acting or dance can better equip business students for the post-COVID world
Using Your Research Skills for Career Exploration
Like any other research project, career exploration requires information gathering and assessment, can have unexpected discoveries, and is a long-term process, writes Tina Solvik.
What Employers Want
The CEOs of YouTube, Slack and Whole Foods All Have Liberal Arts Degrees. Here's Why That Matters
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Cybersecurity education must start early: Preparing students for the jobs of today and tomorrow
The intersection of cybersecurity and space doesn’t seem like an area that affects everyone.
Study: Majoring In Economics Raises Earnings By $22,000
By now, it’s a well-known fact that your salary after graduating college depends greatly on your major.
A Framework for Measuring Liberal Arts-Ness
Researchers find no relationship between attending a college with a robust liberal arts and sciences offering and students' midcareer earnings.
Bob Confer: COVID crisis shows value of a liberal arts degree
Organizations – be they businesses, non-profits, or governments – that have best weathered the shared and unique circumstances during the COVID crisis are those with creative thinkers as th