Liberal arts colleges are more important, and more practical, than ever. But they face enormous and unprecedented challenges — challenges related to their purpose, their role, their value and, ultimately, to their sustainability and viability as institutions.
There is tremendous opportunity in those challenges.
We are called to innovate, to embrace risk in new ways and to define a future for our students and our institutions that positions the liberal arts as a critical part of our social, political and economic future.
We are called to lead.
Goal of money management is freedom of choice: Minneapolis Star Tribune, July 16, 2016
Minnesota colleges examine future of liberal arts at conference: Minneapolis Star Tribune, July 7, 2016
Why America's business majors are in desperate need of a liberal arts education: The Atlantic, June 28, 2016
Saving the liberal arts: Inside Higher Ed, May 20, 2016