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Monday, March 23, 2015

Connecting STEM and the Humanities


In a recent post for the Minnesota Humanities Center, Humphrey Senior Fellow Steve Kelley notes that, "too many in higher education still treat the humanities and STEM as separate and unintegrated, but bright spots exist."

Kelley highlights the mutually important relationship between STEM subjects and the humanities, suggesting that both areas would benefit from the integration of cross-cutting concepts such as patterns, cause and effect, structure, and function. To read Kelley's full post visit the Minnesota Humanities Center blog.
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