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Liberal Arts Skills Wanted

April 23, 2018 by Karen Grossman |

The technology field may be growing, but don’t discount a liberal arts degree. Tech jobs are creating a need for liberal arts grads too.

According to an article by Betsy Corcoran in EdSurge, the technology field needs employees with the skills to interpret tech, communicate it in a simpler way

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Singing the post-Super Bowl blues? Put a MALS course in your game plan!

February 08, 2017 by Karen Grossman |

The big game is finally over. No more football until September. And whether you are a super fan or just living with one, you may find that you have some extra time on your hands in the off-season.

Now’s the time to take advantage of the time you spent rooting for your favorite team. Take an

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Why Go To Graduate School

May 26, 2015 by Coventry Kessler |

Let's say you're in your 30s, married, with two kids, a bachelor's degree, and a job you're reasonably satisfied with. You know graduate school is time consuming, expensive, and often inconvenient. Even if you earn a graduate degree, there's no guarantee you'll get the job you want.So why should

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A 30-Year Dialogue That Inspired a New Online Course

November 27, 2013 by Kelly Paul |
UNCG Emeritus Professor Bob Miller and Dean Emeritus John Young, co-creators of UNCG's new MLS 630 online course Revolutions in Scientific Thought, aren't quite like longterm comedy duo Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding, but they're close.
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