The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is a place where faculty and students study and research the evolution of human knowledge and how we got to where we are now – and where we might be going. An arts degree offers a strong foundation of knowledge along with the critical thinking, research, analytical and communication skills needed to succeed and adapt in a dynamic and rapidly evolving economy.
An education in the humanities and social sciences is about what makes us human. And in an increasingly complex world, a little humanity goes a long way.
State of the Arts: Episode 11
Lisa Moore talks to Jamie Skidmore about puppetry, theatre in rural Newfoundland and visual language.