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A Focus of Arts and Humanities, Graduate Attributes Special Edition
We are delighted to bring you this special edition Graduate Attributes Programme news update for Summer 2020. This special edition has a focus on the development of graduate attributes and values in the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (CACSSS) in University College Cork.
This special edition illustrates the enthusiasm with which our Graduate Attributes have been embraced and, more importantly, the opportunities that have been seized by staff and students in CACSSS and the wider university over the past academic year. We will continue to develop and expand our programme to equip 2020+ graduates with the necessary values and attributes to flourish in the years ahead. Within CACSSS the attributes are strongly championed and we will continue to emphasise those associated with global citizenship and independent thinking, and how arts and humanities programmes encourage critical thinking and the fundamental foundational skills of being evaluators of and communicators of knowledge, while embracing digital fluency in the rapidly changing environment within which we and our graduates operate.
For more on this story contact:
Eleanor Donoghue, Graduate Attributes Programme Manager. email@example.com