Purposeful Work Bibliography
Selected readings about Purposeful Work:
Exploring and Experiencing Interests and Values
Christensen, Clayton M. (2010). How Will You Measure Your Life? Harvard Business Review.
Jones, Nicholaos. (2015). Liberal Arts, and the Advantages of Being Useless. Academia.edu.
Achieving Meaning and Flow
Carpenter, Ben. (2014). Is Your Student Prepared for Life? New York Times.
Chopp, Rebecca. (2006). Living Lives of Integrity and Truth. Journal of College & Character, Volume VII, No. 6.
Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly. (1990). Flow: The Psychology of optimal experience. New York, NY: Harper Perennial.
Developing and Engaging Skills for Work
AAC&U. (2013). It Takes More Than a Major: Employer Priorities for College Learning and Student Success. Liberal Education, 99 (No. 2). Washington, DC: Hart Research Associates.
Baer, Drake. (2014). Why Companies are Desperate to Hire Anthropologists. Business Insider.
Jackson-Hayes (2015). We don’t need more STEM majors. We need more STEM majors with liberal arts training. The Washington Post.
Seligman, Matthew (2016). Getting Past the Lazy Debate. Inside Higher Ed.
Tugend, Alina. (2013). What it Takes to Make New College Graduates Employable. New York Times.
On the Purpose and Value of Higher Education
Berret, Dan. (2015). The Day the Purpose of College Changed. The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Busteed, Brandon. (2013). Is College Worth It? Gallup Business Journal.
Lawrence, Frederick. (2015) Articulating the Value Proposition in Higher Education. Huffington Post. “…The best schools today educate students not only to stimulate productive lives, but also meaningful ones…”
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