Hooray, arts gets its groove back
Gabriel Imbrailo, 23, is a BA (Anthropology) final year student at Macquarie University. She swapped to anthropology from science and admits there have been times she wasn't sure she'd made the right move.
Employers Want Liberal Arts Grads
New study says the evolving economy creates a greater need for their skills, but that many colleges could do better at thinking about what graduates can do and helping them translate that into jobs.
How these humanities graduates are finding jobs in Silicon Valley
Only 1 in 20 college degrees awarded today are in the humanities or liberal arts, as a perception persists that these fields don't provide marketable skills for students entering the workf
In a High-Tech World, Humanities and Other Liberal Arts Are More Essential Than Ever
In 1987, the U.S. Army War College developed a term to understand the end of the Cold War and that has defined our world since: VUCA, short for volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity.
Valley responds to Trump's climate change view
Asked about the federal government's latest report on the impact of climate change, President Donald Trump said flatly, “I don't believe it.”
Mark Bennett: Dorothy Drummond helped others understand the world a little better
Globes make the world seem smaller, almost like a vast neighborhood. Antarctica sits just inches away from Terre Haute. One spin takes you to Europe, Africa or Asia.
Our December Commencement Speaker: Star Leonard
After being approached by her advisor in the honors college abut an exciting opportunity, Star Leonard decided to apply to be this semester’s commencement speaker.
Human skills and the value of liberal arts graduates
From chatbots in customer service departments, content management on social networks and the use of drones, human beings are already collaborating with technology and still, many fear automation.
Well Done Marketing Hires Two
Indianapolis-based Well Done Marketing has named Rachel Leininger public relations manager. After earning her bachelor of science at Indiana State University, she served as an account manager for Goodman Public Relations, where she managed media relations for 27 shopping malls across the country.
Simpkins receives music collection
North Montgomery High School and Northrdige Middle School Director of Bands Andy Simpkins is the recent recipient of a collection of band music penned by the prolific arranger Dr. Bill Moffit, a former director of the Purdue University “All-American” Marching Band.