In This Installment of Access the Experts
In this installment UNO College of Arts and Sciences Dean David Boocker, Ph.D., answers the question: "What are good ways to combine a humanities education with practical skills and knowledge?”
Dean Boocker is an active member of the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences (CCAS). He recently co-authored an article, “Making the Case for Arts and Sciences,” for the CCAS publication Deans and Development: Making the Case for Supporting the Liberal Arts and Sciences. He currently serves on the CCAS Committee on Metropolitan/Urban Universities.
In addition, Boocker’s teaching specializations include the Renaissance and early modern literature, English literature, and John Milton and his influence. He is a lifetime member of the Milton Society of America.
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