182 Results for 'liberal arts'

Sweet Briar College in Virginia. The liberal arts college was saved from closing only by the intervention of alumni and others.

With enrollment sliding, liberal arts colleges struggle to make a case for themselves

To thwart the skepticism of prospective students, some map job options, offer guarantees

Loni Bordoloi Pazich

OPINION: Can technology save the liberal arts?

Study looks at online and traditional classrooms

OPINION: Do we kill the liberal arts when we demonize people for their ideas?

Wesleyan’s president discusses an “unhappy trajectory”

OPINION: When it comes to the job market, these higher ed practices give business students an edge (hint: they include the liberal arts)

Bentley University’s president discusses the new realities for campuses and the professional world

OPINION: Defending the liberal arts: How my students took the higher-learning plunge, from the banks of the St. Lawrence

Students at St. Lawrence University explore the terrain. Photo: St. Lawrence University/Tara Freeman I watched my students wade hundreds of yards into the St. Lawrence River…

Defending the Liberal Arts: My class on “Perspectives on Death and Dying” dealt in theory — until 9/11

Education helped students cope with tragedy 15 years ago and will in the future

While liberal arts decline in U.S., China and other economic rivals add them

Driven by business leaders, trend seeks to turn out graduates with needed skills

Urban college president challenges the establishment: Live up to the liberal arts’ ideals, address society ‘s realities

How institutions can venture from their historical comfort zones to stay relevant

The surprising institutions that refuse to drop the liberal arts

Military academies, chef schools declare humanities essential to their graduates’ success