by Micki Leventhal
Faculty from the natural and social sciences and humanities discuss the world of interdisciplinary research and collaboration that defines their field of neuroscience.
Marina Mogilner, Edward and Marianna Thaden Chair in Russian and East European Intellectual History on coming of age under glasnost, history, and the complexity of her field.
English alumnus and award-winning novelist Alex Shakar ponders consumerism, character, plot, and the creative process.
Physics alumnus Roy Nyberg employs his PhD and his sense of humor to enhance science education for students from kindergarten through high school.
by Erin Vogel
Political Science alumnus Adam Kuranishi has been working for immigration reform. Now he’s on the path to teach, and advocate for the rights of, special needs students.
Fransely Robles developed a passion for both scholarship and social change in the GWS classroom. That commitment will now take the high-achieving student to the next level.
by Mary Larkin
This past summer, our Gilman students excavated in Peru, studied languages in Valencia, Spain and Siena, Italy, and learned about traditional medicine in northern India.
From Minoan goddesses and minority housing issues to poetry prizes and the politics of AIDS, our faculty members are leaders in their fields.
Poetry, politics, and personal memoirs are among the new publications by LAS faculty.
Welcoming new students, honoring awesome alumni, and feting our donors and friends. Plus many upcoming events for the spring.
A liberal arts and sciences education is the best foundation for a bright future. When you give to LAS you participate in opening minds and opening doors, helping students to achieve their goals and reach their potential.
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