Valerie Strauss, “Thomas Jefferson Would Not Have Liked This College Trend”

Theresa MacPhail, “The Importance of Writing Skills in Tech-Related Fields” (Vitae)

“Biologos:  Science and Faith in Harmony”

Fareed Zakaria, “Why America’s obsession with STEM education is dangerous” (Washington Post)

Eugene Tobin, “Liberal Arts-STEM Mashup: Not a Bad Way to Fix Higher Ed” (The Hechinger Report)

Liyan Chen, “How Liberal Arts Colleges Reinvent Themselves as Startup Factories” (Forbes Magazine)

Chris Tear, “STEM Study Starts with Liberal Arts” (Forbes Magazine)

Ina Yang, “Sharing Art Helps Medical Students Connect With Dementia Patients” (National Public Radio)

George Anders, “That ‘Useless’ Liberal Arts Degree Has Become Tech’s Hottest Ticket” (Forbes Magazine)

Andrew Hacker, “The Frenzy About High-Tech Talent” (The New York Review of Books)

Paula Krebs, “Step Outside the Major, Please”

Facilitating Interdisciplinary Research, Committee on Facilitating Interdisciplinary Research, National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine

Grand Challenges for Engineering, National Academy of Engineering

Toward Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the 21st Century, Committee on Twenty-First Century Systems Agriculture, Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources, National Research Council

Convergence: Facilitating Transdisciplinary Integration of Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Engineering, and Beyond, Committee on Key Challenge Areas for Convergence and Health, National Research Council

Jonathan R. Cole’s website on discoveries resulting from university research over the past 75 years

We need more STEM Majors with Liberal Arts Training (Washington Post, February 18, 2015)

Dancing Particle Physics and Science-Inspired Fashion (NYT Science Events)

What the Digital Humanities Can’t Do (Chronicle of Higher Ed)

Intersection of Liberal Arts and STEM (Purdue)

Explore Connections Between STEM and the Humanities

Can STEM and the Human Sciences Get along? (Chronicle of Higher Ed)

Humanities and Science Must Work Together (NYT op-ed)

STEM and Humanities: Students Discuss

Oh! The Humanities (ASU Project Humanities)

Why STEM is Not Enough (Washington Post)

Move Over, STEM (The Guardian)

STEM and the Humanities: A False Dichotomy (Jim Leach, NEH Chairman)

The Crisis in the Humanities and STEM (Cathy Davidson)

No STEM Crisis (New Republic)

At MIT, Humanities Just as Important as STEM (NYT)

Humanities and STEM roundtable at U of Florida

William Cronon, “ ‘Only Connect…’: The Goals of a Liberal Education”

Arts & Humanities in the 21st Century Workplace

The Pontifical Academy of Sciences

Pope John Paul II. Fides et Ratio

Arthur Krystal, “The Shrinking World of Ideas” or how neuroscience is ruining the humanities

John Kaag and Sujata K. Bhatia, “Fools for Tools: Why Engineers Need to Become Philosophers”