10 edition of Liberal education and the corporation found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HD6278.U5 U84 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|ISBN 10||020230356X, 0202303578|
|LC Control Number||88033649|
In his Philosophical Books review, Graham Haydon wrote that the book was part of a trend of political philosopher interest in how education works within liberal-democratic societies. He noted issues of compatibility between a society's self-described "liberal" values and the values of their educational practice, or between a society's. 58 minutes ago Liberal Education Reconsidered by Theodore M. Greene, , Harvard University Press edition, in English.
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Liberal Education and the Corporation analyzes the interrelation of higher education and corporate management at a time when educational and industrial institutions are reassessing their basic g upon research supported by the Corporate Council on the Liberal Arts, in affiliation with the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, it focuses on the corporate Cited by: Book Overview Liberal Education and the Corporation analyzes the interrelation of higher education and corporate management at a time when educational and industrial institutions are reassessing their basic strategies.
"Liberal Education and the Corporation provides a useful starting point for liberalized discussion of possibilities" -- Taylor Durham, The Journal of Higher Education "Drawing upon research supported by the Corporate Council on the Liberal Arts, Useem examines the value of liberal arts education in today's : Michael Useem.
Liberal Education and the Corporation analyzes the interrelation of higher education and corporate management at a time when educational and industrial institutions are reassessing their basic strategies. Drawing upon research supported by the Corporate Council on the Liberal Arts, in affiliation with the President's Committee on the Arts and Author: Michael Useem.
The item Liberal education and the corporation: the hiring and advancement of college graduates, Michael Useem represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Boston University Libraries.
Liberal Education and the Corporation: The Hiring and Advancement of College Graduates. The Journal of Higher Education: Vol. 62, No. 3, pp. Septem PM to PM EDT Attend in person or live webcast Join Donald A. Downs, author of Free Speech and Liberal Education: A Plea for Intellectual Diversity and Tolerance.
The new book co-edited by School of Communications faculty members William Moner and Phillip Motley and Rebecca Pope-Ruark of Georgia Institute of Technology provides an illuminating view into how educators are today transforming liberal education, exploring the student-centric, deliberative and pragmatic work of redesign.
The book’s commentators, consistently informed and astute as they traverse the educational landscape stretching from Asia to Latin America, offer a compelling case for liberal learning’s continued vibrancy and relevance in a fast-changing, challenging, but also potentially thrilling world.".
A liberal arts education challenges students to learn to live with themselves, accepting who they are and may become. It lays a foundation for students who seek to live principled lives rather than being persuaded by power or the herd in order to achieve recognition or ephemeral happiness.
Liberal arts education (from Latin liberalis "free" and ars "art or principled practice") is the traditional academic program in Western higher education. Liberal arts generally covers three areas: sciences, arts, and central academic disciplines include philosophy, logic, linguistics, literature, history, political science, sociology, and psychology.
"Drawing upon research supported by the Corporate Council on the Liberal Arts, Useem examines the value of liberal arts education in today's workplace. In so doing, he focuses especially upon the comparative labor-market advantages of liberal arts graduates as compared to individuals educated in business and engineering programs.
A short, lucid book that articulates Zakaria's thoughts on the significance of a liberal education. This is not "liberal" as in politically left and squishy of thought, but "liberal" in the sense of the Yale report he quotes: "the essence of a liberal education is 'not to teach that which is peculiar to any one of the professions; but to lay the foundation which is common to them all.'"/5().
Liberal Values and Liberal Education For most of the last thirty years, theoretical approaches to educational values have typically begun with an analysis of the concept of education.
However, I shall argue in this chapter that the best way to come to understand the educational values of any society is to examine the broader framework of values. During my freshman year at a liberal-arts college, I read widely, took every English course I could, wrote poetry, and kept a diary.
From Books to Business: the Value of a Liberal Education. What is a liberal education and what part can science play in it. How should we think about the task of developing a curriculum. How should educational research conceive of its goals.
Joseph Schwab's essays on these questions have influenced education internationally for more than twenty-five years. Schwab participated in what Daniel Bell has described as the "most thoroughgoing experiment in 3/5(1).
The interrelation of higher education and corporate management at a time when educational and industrial institutions are reassessing their basic strategies is discussed. The corporate career paths of college graduates are examined with a focus on the comparative advantages of liberal arts, business, and engineering degrees.
The three primary sources of information are: a survey of major. A "must read" for anyone interested in "Why" a liberal arts education matters in the USA and worldwide. Mark Van Doren's eloquent writing style and his passionate, yet pragmatic reasoning in support of a liberal education are "worth reviving" (p.
viii) and are worth every penny of the hefty price for this s: 3. “A classic liberal education has few defenders.” —Fareed Zakaria. America is in much need of a thoughtful discussion concerning what it means to place the word “higher” in immediate association with “education,” and the implications answers to that.
According to a recent report of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, higher education today is significantly more professional and technical in orientation than it was thirty years ago.
In50 percent of all bachelor's degrees were awarded in a liberal arts subject. Ultimately, Redesigning Liberal Education reveals how humanizing forces, including critical thinking, collaboration, cross-cultural competencies, resilience, and empathy, can help drive our world.
This uplifting collection is a celebration of the innovative work being done to achieve the promise of a valuable, engaging, and practical.On Culture and a Liberal Education by Jesse Lee Bennett,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Six publishers, which together comprise most of the liberal studies textbook market, have voluntarily entered a new “professional consultancy service” offered by the Education Bureau, with the.