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MSU among top humanities schools

August 21, 2013

Walter Diehl doesn't see a reason why a college with strong programs in science, engineering and agriculture shouldn't also have strong programs in the humanities.

Diehl, associate dean for research in MSU's College of Arts and Sciences, said humanities had been part of land-grant institutions' missions since the Morrill Land-Grant Acts created them. He said many top engineering schools and land-grant institutions also had strong humanities programs.

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