On Aug. 28, 2017, various faculty from the School of Arts and Sciences were recognized for excellence in teaching and service. Joseph R. Accinno Teaching Award - Christopher Arroyo, Associate Professor in PhilosophyFaculty Service Award - Jennifer Illuzzi, Associate Professor in History Innovation in Teaching - Eric Sung, Associate Professor of Photography Teaching Excellence by Visiting and Practitioner Faculty - Eileen Johnson, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology Teaching Excellence by Adjunct Faculty - Gloria-Jean Masciarotte, Adjunct Faculty in Women's Studies
Clare Boothe Luce Scholarships are awarded to exceptional senior female students in science, mathematics, or engineering. This years recipients are:
Emma Burgess '18 Applied Physics Major, Mathematics Minor
Bianca Saliba '18 Chemistry Major
The School of Arts & Sciences is pleased to annouce the recipients of the 2017 Summer Scholars Awards. Spanning across the disciplines, this year's recipients highlight the academic excellence and scholarship within the school.
The archaeological museum in Rethmyon is currently exhibiting the first pre-Neolithic artifacts found in Crete. These artifacts were discovered by the Plakias Mesolithic Survey, which is co-directed by Dr. Thomas Strasser.
In addition to excelling in the classroom, faculty within the School of Arts & Sciences are at the top of their scholarly fields. From Germany to Salt Lake City, Arts & Sciences faculty have recently been all around the country and the world presenting their research. Here is a sample of some of their recent scholarship.
The School of Arts & Sciences is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016 Summer Scholars Awards. Spanning across the disciplines, this year's recipients highlight the academic excellence and scholarship within the school.
If you ask Dr. T.J. Harper, recipient of the top teaching award at Providence College, what he likes best about teaching music, he will tell you that it’s a way to make people feel welcome and valued. For him,
music is the medium to make the world a better place.
Dr. Joan Branham, professor of art history and associate dean of the School of Arts & Sciences, discusses the recent destruction of artifacts by the Islamic State (ISIS).