earlier post I asked what an education would look like that "prepared students to live with the finitude and frailty of our society."
A recent article in the Chronicle of Higher Education takes up a similar theme. Here is part of the answer that it suggests: "Maybe it's time that instruction—at least at some colleges—included
more hands-on, traditional skills. Both the professional sphere and
civic life are going to need people who have a sophisticated
understanding of the world and its challenges, but also the practical,
even old-fashioned know-how to come up with sustainable solutions."
Read the full article here.
Applied Category Theory at UCR (Part 3) - We had a special session on applied category theory here at UCR: • Applied category theory, Fall Western Sectional Meeting of the AMS, 4-5 November 2017, U...
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