The case for humanities in the era of AI, automation, and technology
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution advances, virtually all job openings will emphasize judgment and decision-making and an ability to manage people and resources.
The Promise of the Experiential Liberal Arts
Experiential education, an attempt to break down the barrier between classroom learning and everyday life, has long been a staple of professional disciplines. For the liberal arts, the partnership hasn’t come naturally.
Owners put stamp on decades-old firm
Though in their 90s, couple still involved with Ward Corp.
Vern and Marion Ward have been side by side in marriage for 70 years, and they've been partners in business for 54 of them.
RJL Solutions Hires Operations Manager
Vittoria Meyer has been named operations manager at RJL Solutions. She recently graduated from Indiana State University with a major in communication/public relations and a minor in marketing.
Larry J Butkovich has joined Precision Roll Grinders and other hires, promotions and awards
LARRY J. BUTKOVICH
Butkovich has been named vice president of operations for Precision Roll Grinders in Allentown. He will be responsible for day-to-day operations and long-term strategic planning at all four sites to maximize the company’s growth.
Annual festival gets public up close and personal with bats
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Things got a little batty on Saturday!
That's as many got up close and personal with the nightime creatures.
It's part of the 12th Annual Bat Festival.
101-year-old retired minister in Abilene still writes weekly commentary
With a family history dating to the Cane Ridge Revival of 1801, it’s no wonder Lloyd Boyll is both a retired Church of Christ minister and a historian.