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Coverage for grant AQ-50358-11

NEH Enduring Questions Course on the Value of Work
Jonathan Malesic, King's College

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Why work? Prof is wondering (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Mark Guydish
Publication: The Times Leader
Date: 8/24/2011
Abstract: At a time when 9.2 percent unemployment has many Americans saying “please give me work,” Jonathan Malesic concedes it may be bit hard for the average person to see logic in his new class that asks “what is the value of work?”
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King's College adds a course to aid students' quest for meaning (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Dave Gardner
Publication: Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal
Date: 10/1/2011
Abstract: King’s College has launched a new course that, its instructor jokes, has inspired his colleagues to talk about him behind his back. The course is entitled “Enduring Question: Why Work?” and is being offered to all students in the core undergraduate curriculum. Jonathan Malesic, Ph.D., assistant professor of theology, is serving as the instructor after developing the curriculum with the help of a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

King's College receives $25,000 humanities grant (Media Coverage)
Publication: Citizens' Voice
Date: 9/19/2011
Abstract: King's College has been awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Enduring Questions Program to develop and teach a course examining the value of work. Jonathan Malesic, associate professor of theology at King's, will serve as project director for the nearly $25,000 grant.