Dan Glaser on the Power of Liberal Arts

The most significant way that my liberal arts education better prepared me for life, both personally and professionally, is that it helped me develop and hone critical-thinking skills. It made me a questioner, a challenger, and a seeker. In today’s world, interdisciplinary thinking and lateral thinking are important skills. As a liberal arts student you might not learn a specific discipline, such as engineering or medicine, but your education will prepare you to ask questions.

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