The Relevance of Humanities to the 21st Century Workplace

The Relevance of Humanities to the 21st Century Workplace

by Michael Edmondson

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Overview

The Relevance of the Humanities to the 21st Century Workplace provides a blueprint for higher education faculty, boards, presidents, senior leaders, parents, students, recent graduates, and other stakeholders.

Upon examining the state of humanities today, it becomes rather obvious that six disconnects exists. Colleges have done a poor job helping people outside the academy understand the terms liberal arts, humanities, liberal education, and liberal arts colleges (The Explanation Disconnect).

Liberal arts and humanities faculty, as well as presidents, boards, and other stakeholders misunderstand the relevance of the humanities to the workplace (The Comprehension Disconnect). Higher education institutions need to improve how humanities majors translate their value to the marketplace (The Translation Disconnect).

Administrators, faculty, and staff need to think differently and provide humanities majors with a modern perspective on career opportunities (The Perception Disconnect). In order for humanities majors to maintain relevance in the 21st century workplace, institutions need to teach students the dynamics involved with pursuing a vocation (The Vocation Disconnect). Finally, institutions need to help humanities majors increase their self-awareness in order for them to engage in self-determination and prepare for life after college accordingly (The Cultivation Disconnect).

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781951527020
Publisher: Business Expert Press
Publication date: 12/17/2019
Pages: 180
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Dr. Michael Edmondson serves as the dean of professional education and lifelong learning , the dean of the College of Professional Studies, and the director of NJCU at Ft. Monmouth at New Jersey City University (NJCU). Dr. Edmondson has a BA from Cabrini University, an MA from Villanova University and a PhD from Temple University. He has published five other books with Business Expert Press.

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