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07/14/2021

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Lance S. Bush

Would people with backgrounds in other disciplines be appropriate candidates for non-traditional paths? Or people who work in philosophy outside of an academic setting?

I have a few people in mind who might offer interesting perspectives, so I wanted to get a sense of who to send your way.

Marcus Arvan

Hi Lance: absolutely!

Alex Grzankowski

Here is a good example from Birkbeck. The college traditionally specializes in nighttime education for working Londoners (though now the student body is broader). You’ll find lots of “non-traditional” paths amongst our students.

http://blogs.bbk.ac.uk/bbkcomments/2021/02/19/finding-new-paths-with-lifelong-learning/

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