William K. Nasser education center dedicated in Indianapolis
Training and simulation facility pays homage to medical legacy of Terre Haute native.
A state-of-the-art medical education and simulation center was dedicated in a Terre Hautean’s name Wednesday in Indianapolis at the St. Vincent Hospital.
SINGELL: Deconstructing the myth of the English major
In the years since the Great Recession, we’ve heard much about the waning value of a liberal arts degree in today’s increasingly specialized job market. A liberal arts education is a risky choice, we’re often told, compared with safer options in business, IT and other technical fields.
Boling gave students a voice
DANVILLE – Danville Area Community College speech instructor and co-theater director Glenda Boling has spent her lengthy teaching career encouraging her students to find their voice and overcome their fears – whether it is the fear of public speaking or a case of stage fright.
Why liberal arts and the humanities are as important as engineering
Earlier in my academic career, I used to advise students to focus on science and engineering, believing that they were a prerequisite for success in business.