Senior Rachel Haggerty was accepted to the National Association of Broadcasters’ six-month Technology Apprenticeship Program.
Arts and Culture News
The Petersheim Academic Exposition will feature several symposiums hosted by the Martin Luther King Leadership Program.
Lewinson Center presents The Path to Progress: A Policy Forum on How to Save New Jersey. See firsthand how government works.
Tune is to WSOU's Thank God For Monday for a special interview with Staysha Taylor on her career journey & lessons learned.
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures demonstrates student accomplishments and celebrates our diversity.
Historian and bestselling author Danielle McGuire spoke at the Conference on Women and Gender at Seton Hall University.
Core Fellow, Travis Stevens, received an Innovation Project Grant in order to created a gamification project for Core I.
The work of playwriting student, Kelly Murphy, was performed at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in New York City.
Join us on Friday, May 3, for an evening of celebration of Catholic faith and Irish heritage!
Youssef Yacoubi, director of Arabic Studies and co-director of Middle Eastern and North African Studies, was elected to speak at the prestigious symposium "Reshaping the Landscapes of Arab Thought."
Some Core II classes at this time may be reading from C. S. Lewis' Mere Christianity, which sums up Lewis' theology.
Professor Matthew Pressman's book, On Press, received the 2019 PROSE Award from the Association of American Publishers.
The planned trip to the Taino exhibit is open to all students and transportation will be provided from the Unanue Institute.
WSOU-FM staff member Jose Feliciano '20 was named a Ria's Rising Stars winner at the Worldwide Radio Summit in Burbank, CA.
Yvonne Pruitt '18 takes the stage in her first post-graduation show, Southern Promises, at The Flea Theater.
Fantasy and Faith explores how to engage the world through various moral and spiritual themes in works of fantasy.
Alissa Quart will be discussing her book Squeezed which deals with the hardships facing the American middle class.
Apply to participate in the third annual College of Arts and Sciences Business Boot Camp, an enriching 4-day workshop.
On Monday, April 15, at 5 p.m. in Bethany Hall A, Dr. Prinz asks, "Are the Emotions Universal or Culturally Constructed?"
At the end of the trip, students submitted a photo entry along with a caption that perfectly summed up their experience.
The College of Communication and the Arts to honor Albin Wicki and Dejáy B. Duckett, M.A. '02 at annual reception on 4/15.
Menatullah (Mena) Mohamed, Class of 2016, speaks to students enrolled in Child Welfare Policy and Practice.
Discover what the Museum Registration track has to offer for current students, alumni, and staff.
Marguerite O'Brien Reyes shares how the B.A./M.A. program in Museum Professions is helping her pursue her dream job in a European art museum.
Dr. Catherine Tinker Donates Over 100 Literary Works by Latin American Writers to the Unanue Institute.