Our state categories are a curious reflection of what SACS requires. The humanities are included, fine arts are not. Natural sciences and Mathematics are divorced. Behavioral science is, presumably, part of social science. I suppose the addition of Communication is a boon and a hopeful sign that as a state we value the ability of students to communicate. I will say that some of the other committees opened the day discussing who should be where: is history a social science or part of the humanities? Even buckets so reductive have leaky boundaries, it would seem, and the implications of who goes where have ramifications for departments across all institutions in Florida. Who will gain? Who will lose?