In  the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma! Aunt Eller tries to bring harmony to the state by singing about how "the farmer and the cowman should be friends."  She points out how they can accomplish much more by working together than by competing or working at cross-purposes.

The same is true for the Humanities and STEM disciplines, explains David H. Bailey in The Huffington Post.  Writing from the perspective of a scientist, Bailey argues that "the skills typically taught in arts and the humanities are exactly those required for combining artistic design with engineering excellence."  Scientists and humanists not only can learn from one another.  We must learn from one another.  To that end, then, perhaps we might think about how a minor in Philosophy could fit with a major in Environmental Science or how a major in English could benefit from a minor in Information Systems.  The possibilities are endless!