Brian Conklin went back to school for computer science after getting a degree in philosophy from Florida Atlantic University. The combination of liberal arts and tech, Conklin says, helps him think abstractly about concrete tasks like programming.
Brian Conklin went back to school for computer science after getting a degree in philosophy from Florida Atlantic University. The combination of liberal arts and tech, Conklin says, helps him think abstractly about concrete tasks like programming. Courtesy Brian Conklin
Brian Conklin went back to school for computer science after getting a degree in philosophy from Florida Atlantic University. The combination of liberal arts and tech, Conklin says, helps him think abstractly about concrete tasks like programming. Courtesy Brian Conklin

For the liberal arts, all is not lost in the digital future

July 28, 2015 04:00 PM

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