In the College of Arts & Sciences, we know that an education in the liberal arts and sciences are key to an enriched life and an engaged citizenry. Read the perspectives of faculty, students, and alumni from across the College on the impact of the liberal arts and sciences on themselves and the world at-large.
The United States is the number one destination for migrants around the globe, with more than 45 million immigrants living stateside. As the global community becomes increasingly intertwined, we need to ask ourselves: what are the implications of the growing population of migrants worldwide, and how can we understand the issue from a variety of perspectives? Six professors from across the College contemplate the potential impact of migration and immigration on their fields and research, and on the world at-large.
Climate change is no longer a question of fact or fiction, but a reality we must face as a global community. But what are the implications in academic communities, and how do they translate off-campus? Six professors from across the College contemplate the potential impact of climate change on their fields and research, and on the world at-large.