"We're living in an increasingly global society. College costs more than it did before, and parents want to make sure it's setting up their children for the future," Mark Kornbluh, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, said. "I've gotten to know a lot of alums from our college, a lot of very successful people. In later life, they realize their liberal arts education was key to their success as a businessman or businesswoman."
The College of Arts and Sciences is working diligently to answer those questions. We've launched a first-of-its-kind video series titled, "Insights — The Liberal Arts Today." The goal is to address the myths and realities in the field.