Arts & Sciences Collaborative Events
Job Skills Mural Event 2.0
In 2020, the campus community created the "Be the Missing Piece" murals, ten (10) puzzle pieces that depict the essential skills students gain by studying the arts, humanities, and sciences. The World Economic Forum identified these skills as their Top Ten Job Skills for 2020. More information about those skills and murals can be found here.
During the 2021-22 academic year, the Arts and Sciences Collaborative is creating four (4) additional murals to highlight new skills from the World Economic Forum's 2025 list in its Future of Jobs Report. The additional skills are:
- Active learning and learning strategies
- Technology use, monitoring, and control
- Technology design and programming
- Resilience, stress tolerance, and flexibility
Students are invited to submit designs for these new murals. Entry details are below.
Students could earn $100 for a winning design of the four (4) new job skills for our "Be the Missing Piece" Job Skills Murals. Designs should depict students using these skills. The overall design must have coordinated with the existing mural collection. Award money was limited to $100 per student, regardless of the number of designs submitted.
Deadline for submission of designs (either photo or drawing of people using skills) was Sunday, September 19, 2021. All students were eligibile. Submissions were emailed to Lucy.Langworthy@mtsu.edu.
Public voting on submissions was on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, from 10:00 AM- 3:00 PM inside Todd Hall (TODD) and Stobel Lobby (STRO). Winning designs will be featured on murals in the Spring 2022 painting event. This event is sponosored by the Arts and Sciences Collaborative and MT Engage.