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Bringing the humanities to the countryside: Improving access to the humanities in western Minnesota



Still, there are new opportunities and definite signs of change.

Matthew won the 2009 humanities teaching award and was named to the NC State Academy of outstanding teachers in 2012. Matthew received a PhD in US history from Stanford, an MS in environmental studies from Oregon, and a BA in Latin American history from the University of California, Berkeley. Michael D. Burroughs. Burroughs is executive director of the Kegley Institute of Ethics and assistant professor of philosophy at California State University, Bakersfield. She is focused on improving the critical thinking skills of all students and providing strategies to integrate ethics instruction across the curriculum. Allison has presented papers at several national conferences on topics such as critical thinking, argument diagramming, affirmative action, and genetic enhancement.

The major threat to academic freedom today is from its misuse by profes- sors and students who engage in what can only be accurately described as academic license. The price of academic freedom, therefore, is eternal vigilance. 62 Academic Questions/Fall 1997 improving the educational value of what their institutions have to offer un- dergraduates. The De Facto Constitution of Western Education Miro M. Todorovieh is emeritus professor of physics at The City University of New York and executive secretary of the University Centers for Rational Alternatives in New York City.

Empathy, sociability, writing, analyzing, and reacting to people - all things more likely to come from the humanities than hard sciences. You learn to explain and sell an idea, and actually deal with people. The humanities are the study of people. Regardless of whether it's history or literature.

The social life is also an important point. In the city you have got a lot more cinemas, restaurants, clubs and events where you can meet new people. In the countryside live a lot of families with their children because the houses there are bigger and they usually have got gardens and houses in the countryside are cheaper. It is a fact that there isn’t so much traffic and industries. This is why it is healthier to live in the countryside. There is also a lot of unspoiled nature where you can do outdoor sports like mountain biking, hiking or swimming

If you are a graduate student in the humanities, adding that first publication to your academic CV can be a long and anxiety-provoking process. Signing up for a listserv, such as ww. -net.

Only in the humanities would a list of citations from 2007 released in 2009 make news in 2010, but I digress.