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The college will field three new interdisciplinary programs in the Fall 2021 semester, including a community justice major that is the first of its kind in the nation.
Ed Popil, aka Mrs. Kasha Davis, is serving as an artist-in-residence in the Department of Theatre and Music Studies.
International studies major assists immigrants and refugees seeking asylum in the U.S.
A 15-year-long monitoring program offers students and faculty the opportunity to take part in research to protect and improve the health of the Great Lakes.
Finance professor consistently guides students to best returns in worldwide investment competition.
Keegan Beamish served as the Presidential Intern for the National Organization for Women (NOW), as part of the Washington Internship Program.
International student utilizes new makerspace to develop an affordable product to help runners optimize and track their starts.
Annual competition challenges students to implement artificial intelligence into real world applications.
Funding from the National Science Foundation supports underrepresented groups and builds a community to increase retention in STEM fields.
Four students are ranked in the top 10 of a global investment competition.