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Careers in the Arts and Humanities are Plentiful, and they Pay
It baffles me to hear parents tell their kids that art is a hobby, not a career; that you can’t make good money with a degree in English. Wasn’t it just yesterday evening that these same adults binged…
A Counter-Intuitive Approach to the Study of Sports
If you are searching for a counter-intuitive and innovative approach to the study of sports, take a look at the new and exciting certificate program at Arizona State University It’s called Sports, Cultures and Ethics and it challenges…
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A Book of Hope in Dark Times
Extraordinary Partnerships: How the Arts and Humanities are Transforming America Christine Henseler2020 © Christine Henseler OPEN ACCESS This inspirative and hopeful collection demonstrates that the arts and humanities are entering a renaissance that stands to change the direction of…
Extraordinary Partnerships: How the Arts and Humanities Are Transforming America
New Book available (open access) in March 2020, through Lever Press!
The Millennials and the Future of Work: Training Tomorrow’s Leaders Through Classic Literary Texts
It was the onset of a business revolution. Information management professionals were in high demand. Data became increasingly vital to a new-age economy. Sounds like today, right? Well, it might surprise you to learn that we’re talking about…
¿Qué dices? Spanish can Build Bridges in Baseball?
“Connor, what is your favorite car?” Luis Palacios, a pitcher from Venezuela, asked in English, the language he was learning. “Mi carro favorito es el Ford F-250,” Scott answered in…
Why Athletes Do Ballet
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Cops and Docs Looking at Paintings: But Why?
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How Adam Driver went from Soldier to Artist and created “The Arts in the Armed Forces”
Literature’s Power to Effect Social Justice Today – The Case of Flint
FLINT, Mich. — The play was written in 1882, originally set in a small town in Norway — about as removed as imaginable from the daily struggles of this Michigan…
Magic Happens When Fashion Meets Books
Christine Henseler: Many students today believe that a career in art is not a viable option. What advice might you give to these students? Oh boy. My family and most…
Want Your Kids to Have a Secure Future? Invest in a Liberal Arts Education
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Rhodessa Jones on Taking Action Through Storytelling
What advice would you like to give to young artists? Look at these spiritual and religious teaching. READ Morrison. Use storytelling. I always teach storytelling because we tell stories that…
Why Success Depends on Your Ability to Tell Stories
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How Students with Liberal Arts Degrees Will Influence the Future of Fashion
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Where Can You Work With A Degree in Arts or Humanities?: You Decide!
The Impact of a Degree in Women and Gender Studies: A Student Perspective
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