The arts and the humanities are fundamental to our understanding of society, self, and the world at large. The Division of Arts & Humanities develops students to become critical thinkers, critical writers, and interdisciplinary scholars in their approach to their lives and those around them.
The Division of Sciences and Mathematics is committed to developing students who are on the cutting edge of the life sciences. The division consists of undergraduate academic programs in biology, chemistry, and mathematics; a graduate program in Cancer Biology, Prevention, and Control; and the STEM Center for Research and Development.
The Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences is an interdisciplinary unit that offers a diverse array of academic programs in disciplines such as Administration of Justice, Human Development, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. Here, students gain an educational experience that serves as a gateway to graduate school and careers.
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April Massey, Ph.D.
Associate Dean Academic Affairs
Jeffery Fleming, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean of Students
James Maiden, Ph.D.
Coordinator of Development, Outreach, Partnerships, and Communication
Ms. Kemmell Watson
Program Specialist and Data Manager
Ms. Tahira Henderson
Ms. Wilma Thompson
Mr. Terry D. Best
Speech-Language Pathology Program & NSSHLA donate to families in need in Puerto Rico
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A note from Dean Massey
As the dust of beginning a new academic year settles and we move beyond the midpoint of the fall semester, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on our goals and the accomplishments we’re already seeing. Click >> here << to read more.
November 20, 2017 4:00 pm
Reflections: The 8th Annual Student Photography Exhibition
November 28, 2017 10:00 pm
STEM Career Seminar Series - But why do I need math, again?
STEM Career Seminar Series
But why do I need math, again?
11/14 and 11/28 @ 5p
(Building 41, Room 401)