A&S Graduate Education
The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college at UofL and home to an intellectually rich and vibrant community of scholars. In addition to its outstanding undergraduate programs, the College offers graduate degrees and certificates in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.
Altman is a Psychological and Brain Sciences, Ph.D. student in the Clinical Psychology program. Her research focuses on the clinical application of mindfulness as it relates to the body. Read more about what she is doing in the College of Arts and Sciences as a graduate student.
Beckerson is a Biology Ph.D. student studying cellular, molecular and developmental biology. His research focuses on protein interactions between pathogen/host co-evolution in emergent disease and host shifts. Read more about what he is doing in the College of Arts and Sciences as a graduate student.
Graduate students in A&S are successful researchers whose work has been presented at conferences nationally and internationally. This document lists a selection of student publications.