The problem solvers of tomorrow’s workforce.
At the recent Virginia Education Summit, speaking in front of an audience of legislators and seated among leading university presidents, I went in bold, with this statement: An undergraduate degree grounded in the liberal arts and sciences is the best preparation for the workforce of tomorrow. Bar none. As an entrepreneur and a technophile, as well as a humanist and educator, I stand behind this declaration.
Originally published: November 9, 2018
Author: Katherine A. Rowe
Institution: College of William and Mary
Published by: The Washington Post