Tag: School of Arts and Sciences

Destyny Brooks, ’24, is studying criminal justice and business administration. Outside of the classroom, she’s a budding entrepreneur. 

William M. Nolte, '70, Ph.D., was the guest speaker in the Introduction to International Relations class.

Ceara Grady, ’24, is learning inside and outside of the classroom with publication opportunities from University faculty. 

The organization’s president, Luisa Ossa, Ph.D., is a Spanish professor and director of the Black Studies minor at the University.  

The two-week intensive summer course was the start for this cohort of students to receive an undergraduate degree in education.

From July 5-21, the University hosted its STEM Summer Enrichment Camp for students entering grades 1-9.

One Honors students shared how the program is helping him find success in his chosen career path.