Marrying the Liberal Arts to the Workforce

Brian C. Mitchell
Jan 15, 2019 · 4 min read
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For Colleges Too Slow to Adapt, Employers Will Seek New Credentials

Higher Education Needs Strategic Changes, Not Local Tweaks

Commitment to Liberal Arts is Foundation for Many Institutions

Liberal Arts are Neither Liberal Nor Just About the Arts

Workforce Disruption, Innovation Require Liberal Arts Skills

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Brian C. Mitchell

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Founding partner of Academic Innovators, a solutions company. Author of How to Run a College. Former president of Bucknell University.

Academic Innovators

Academic Innovators partners with colleges and universities to find creative, sustainable solutions, turning challenges into opportunities.

Brian C. Mitchell

Written by

Founding partner of Academic Innovators, a solutions company. Author of How to Run a College. Former president of Bucknell University.

Academic Innovators

Academic Innovators partners with colleges and universities to find creative, sustainable solutions, turning challenges into opportunities.

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