April Liberal Arts Events
Liberal Arts April 4, 2017

What do a New York Times film critic, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and an expert in urban policy have in common? They’ll all be visitors to the College of Liberal Arts this month.

Studnets in an Intellectual Heritage class
Intellectual Heritage March 24, 2017

The Constitutional Convention, Greenwich Village in 1913 and Athens in 403 BC are all settings for Intellectual Heritage's historical role playing game.

Debra Bangasser
Neuroscience March 17, 2017

Because men and women react to medications differently, allowing drugs to be tested on female animals as well as male animals may result in better understanding of how medications impact both sexes.

Robert Berry
Religion March 1, 2017

A double major in religion and Asian studies — plus two minors and a certificate — helped prepare Berry for his role as a Refugee and Asylum Officer with the Department of Homeland Security.