Linda Adler-Kassner

Heads the Engaging Humanities program at UCSB

 Heads the Engaging Humanities program at UCSB

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In recent years, fewer college students have been choosing to major in the humanities.

A new program at UCSB brings students to the humanities

In recent years, fewer college students have been choosing to major in the humanities.

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