Please distribute amongst your students: Dear LAS students, Your generation has a great deal of hope but also concerns for the future of our societies. While you have a deep
The European Consortium for Liberal Arts and Sciences (ECOLAS) offers a number of interesting opportunities to students and faculty members, such as student awards, travel grants, and collaborative teaching scholarships.
UCANN is looking for members who are willing to write a book review for the website. Currently the book reviews are published here: https://ucann.nl/blog In the future, we envision a
J. Scott Lee (2020) Invention: The Art of the Liberal Arts. Santa Fe: Respondeo Books. A review by Emma Cohen de Lara J. Scott Lee’s Invention: The Art of the
There is an old story originating on the Indian subcontinent usually referred to as the Blind Men and the Elephant. My Dean likes to refer to it in her talks
Liberal Arts education derives its name from the Latin artes liberales, the knowledge and skills (artes) required to become a free (liber) person capable of thinking, judging and acting independently. Rooted
Many UC's have been founded as teaching institutions. However, in order to maintain the teaching - research nexus in an academic environment, many core faculty members are dedicating themselves to