by Astrida Orle Tantillo
A degree in the liberal arts and sciences is not only a good choice for long-term career prospects, it also makes for a rich and fulfilling life.
by Micki Leventhal
History Professors Leon Fink and Robert Johnston discuss the relevance of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era to some of today’s most pressing social and economic concerns.
School teachers from across the country gathered on campus this past summer for an NEH institute that helped them explore new ways to think about the GAPE. Online extra!
Professor of Biology Miquel Gonzalez-Meler and his lab members work in conditions tropical and arctic to provide the real science that can help guide policy decisions. Plus slideshow!
by Justin Wier
During fall term, new LAS students tackled service-learning from urban farming to film festival hosting. They also made friends and learned about their city. Plus slideshow!
Imke Meyer, director of the School of Literatures, Cultural Studies and Linguistics, is passionate about public education, cultural context, and interdisciplinary collaboration.
John Leverence, alumnus and senior vice president for the Emmy Awards, brings wit and wisdom to his analysis of popular culture—past, present, and future.
Alumnus Suraj Madoori originally intended to follow in his physician father’s footsteps, but his passion for justice led him to a career as an active agent of social change.
by Rachel Leamon
Communication graduate student Jenny Korn is focusing her doctoral studies on the intersection of race, gender, and online identity in hopes of making the world a kinder place.
Fall 2013 Gilman scholars studied history, psychology, and culture in China, Russia, and Spain – and honed their language skills. An online exclusive!
Scientific breakthroughs, grants, recognitions, awards, and honors continue to raise the profile of LAS faculty, departments, and programs.
LAS scholars in languages and literatures, sociology, physics, and philosophy share their insights and expertise in these publications.Online exclusive!
Marina Mogilner of history and Peter Doran of earth and environmental sciences found themselves in the spotlight during spring semester.
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 achieve their goals and reach their potential.
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