Bridging the Gap

I’m always excited by ways we can bridge the gap between humanities and sciences. When I was in college in the 90’s as a fine art major, I had NO requirement for science or technology courses. I intentionally took technology courses because I always felt university was there to make me a well-rounded person, and I wanted to learn about all sorts of things, not just art.

This article surfaces ways that the sciences and humanities are coming together to answer big questions together. I hope future generations of college students will be able to take advantage of bringing together not just diverse perspectives, but diverse people to solve all kinds of problems.

http://www.npr.org/sections/13.7/2016/09/21/494837130/a-new-culture-of-cooperation-in-academia-is-emerging

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