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Liberal Arts Microcredentials on the Rise

Inside Higher Ed

Liberal Arts Microcredentials on the Rise Sara Weissman Wed, 05/08/2024 - 03:00 AM Badges and certificates aren’t just for technical fields anymore. Byline(s) Sara Weissman

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How will the rise of AI in the workplace impact liberal arts education?

Higher Ed Dive

Experts predict that skills like critical thinking and creativity will be more coveted as artificial intelligence replaces some technical jobs.

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Liberal arts colleges must embed career services throughout campus life

Higher Ed Dive

Colleges should strive to teach students both how to think and to be career-ready when they graduate, the leader of Denison University argues.

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US liberal arts could shift focus to help post-study work options

The PIE News

Liberal arts students are afforded the fewest official opportunities for post-study work. The PIE identified 19 colleges in the US to date from the beginning of 2023 that announced their closure which are either listed as liberal arts colleges or carry “strong liberal arts traditions”.

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Small Liberal Arts University Relocates Satellite Campuses to Bolster Transfers

Inside Higher Ed

Small Liberal Arts University Relocates Satellite Campuses to Bolster Transfers kathryn.palmer… Tue, 03/19/2024 - 03:00 AM Lakeland University has moved some of its learning centers onto two-year college campuses to create a steady pipeline of transfer students from the colleges. Byline(s) Kathryn Palmer

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Liberal Arts Colleges to Keep Prioritizing Diversity

Inside Higher Ed

Liberal Arts Colleges to Keep Prioritizing Diversity Featured Image at Top of Article image-from-rawpixel-id-3297056-jpeg (1).jpg jpg Elizabeth Redden Thu, 05/11/2023 - 10:20 AM

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Simmons May Cut Some Liberal Arts Departments

Inside Higher Ed

Simmons University, a women’s college in Boston, is considering cutting several liberal arts departments in an attempt to improve the college’s finances, The Boston Globe reported.