n.1.The study of human nature.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The program works with the college's Humanics mission and hands-on curriculum to provide seamless academic and technical support to students and faculty.
From the very first stages of the K-to-12 curriculum, Philippine educators must meet the challenge of producing experts in the new field called 'humanics,' which combines a minimum of literacy in the STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and the humanities.
The answer may be found in what can be called "humanics," a hybrid between the humanities and the STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
Students need to be trained in "humanics" which combines data science, technology, empathy, and the liberal arts.
First, is a new learning model that Aoun calls "humanics".
In his proposal, Vox named the four serifed roman text categories "Humanes," "Garaldes," "Reales," and "Didones." The first of these--humanes in Vox's pseudo-French, translated in some places as "Humanics" but more often as Humanist--refers to "the tradition of the first 'humanistic' romans of the fifteenth century," in his words.
John not only loves Ethan as if he is their own flesh and blood, but also sees him as the prototype of a new class of robot that can be raised from "childhood'' and instilled with human values, "programmed by a day-to-day human experience,'' as John tells a group of potential funders for his Humanics Project.
The Humanics Method: A Tractate on the Way Forward in Academic Arenas Not Amenable to the Scientific Method
Lueder, "Ergonomics of sitting and seating: the case for and against movement for its own sake," A review of the scientific literature, Humanics ErgoSystems, Inc., 2004,
Corvington is on the board of directors for Echoing Green, the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers and the American Humanics Nonprofit Workforce Coalition advisory board.
She also learned about American Humanics, Inc., a national alliance of nonprofit organizations and universities that offers a certificate in nonprofit management and leadership.