What critics of a liberal arts and sciences education are missing
In John Stossel's recent column, "What everyone's afraid to say about college and jobs," he fails to mention that an education in the liberal arts and sciences creates pathways to a productive, meaningful and engaged life.
Just Graduated? Answers To Your Toughest Job Search Dilemmas
As a new college graduate, you have your whole career ahead of you! And, while your university career center has likely helped you spruce up your resume and social media, some of the toughest career dilemmas may still be weighing on your mind.
Nearpass, music educator, honored at Wilson Middle School
Music hallway at school named for music educator.
David Nearpass, a longtime music educator at Woodrow Wilson Middle School, was honored recently when the music hallway was named “Nearpass Hall” in his honor.
Professor of the Week: Jeffery Stone
Why did you choose to teach at ISU? I wanted a university that had a mix of undergraduate and graduate students, where I could integrate research into my courses and one that was at a location that was close to my family.
How a humanities degree will serve you in a disruptive economy
A recent report from RBC Royal Bank predicts increasing workplace demand for foundational skills such as critical thinking, coordination, social perceptiveness, active listening and complex problem solving.
'Lead in my bones': Living a contaminated life in East Chicago
"Are you concerned about your water?"
It's not a question that 13- and 14-year-old kids would typically ponder. But when Denise Abdul-Rahman asks the question to a group of middle school students, hands shoot up.