In much of Africa, the average farmer has little chance of digging out of poverty. Jordan Nadler ’13 is in the business of offering them some hope for a better life.
Learning From What Remains
Students and faculty helped investigate Hungarian burial sites from the Middle Bronze Age to study how people once lived.
Unlike most students, Peter Cunniff knows what it feels like to have someone's life rest in his hands.
University researchers are investigating pollution in the Quinnipiac River. They hope that their findings will add to the knowledge of potential environmental pollutants and benefit those who use the river for recreation and fishing.
Gaming the System
The product of a year-long collaboration between the School of Nursing and the game design and development program is giving nursing students a break from their textbooks and putting them in the middle of a fun and hectic hospital setting.
For Allyson Wolf, there's nothing more fascinating than the human brain. The behavioral neuroscience student is using research to unlock some of the brain's biggest mysteries.
Arts and sciences majors acquire strong career skills that translate well into careers. Hear more from Dean Robert Smart.
A Learning Community
The College of Arts and Sciences is a learning community that emphasizes the acquisition of content knowledge and intellectual skills, the cultivation of an interior life and personal ethics, and the development of a strong sense of civic and global engagement and responsibility. We foster deep, reflective learning as a means to prepare students to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world.