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ARTS

Arterial Revascularization Therapy Study. A trial comparing CABG and percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) in patients with multivessel coronary artery disease.
Conclusion 1 year post-procedure, stenting for multivessel disease is less expensive than bypass surgery, with the same protection against death, stroke, and myocardial infarction.
Cons There was a greater need for repeated procedures due to intrastent revascularisation in stented patients.
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And the skills employers say they want most in a candidate, such as communication and critical thinking, are precisely those for which liberal arts students are known.
When internships are embedded within a humanities framework, students engage reflection nourished by a philosophical background, providing a rich educational experience drawn from what might otherwise become thin unreflective practices and answering concerns of academics who fear "the transformation of liberal arts institutions into 'trade schools'" (Corbett & Kendall, 1999, p.
Likewise, the admissions push for ever-greater campus diversity means that many more Islamic, Jewish, and Hindu fundamentalists are taking advantage of higher education in the United States while shielding themselves from the evil influence of the liberal arts philosophy.
The University of Texas System's seekUT database tool, for example, educates students about how graduates are faring, including those with liberal arts degrees.
The Liberal Arts model gives leaders to society; with their multi-faceted background they are able to face every situation head on and tackle it from every aspect.
Liberal arts majors are often organized by subject, such as social sciences.
Early Christian discussion of the liberal arts was in many ways a final stage of an ancient pedagogical dispute as old as Western philosophy.
Through his intensely personal letters of pain and sorrow, the indisputable worth of a liberal arts education becomes apparent.
In addition to this personal and speaking-intensive approach, classes at liberal arts colleges and honors programs stress writing.
This study examines how to transition adjunct hospitality management faculty efforts to incorporate liberal arts content in an academic program focused on professional studies.
In this paper I will discuss the multi-layered process if identity development including examples of how some Liberal Arts college students learn about and discuss identity development.
With smaller classes, liberal arts schools are traditionally valued for their focus on student development rather than career development.

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