Archived journals from American colonial pirates sparked Dr. Edward Barbier’s interest in research while he was in middle school. Now, he is a professor of economics and Senior Scholar in the School of Global Environmental Sustainability.
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A long-time lover of cinema, Dr. Hye Seung Chung in the Department of Communication Studies enjoys surprising her students with just how impactful and profound film can be.
On May 21, several departments and centers from the College of Liberal Arts will be relocating to the Hartshorn Center and the Tiley House.
The College of Liberal Arts celebrates the outstanding achievement of our faculty and staff for 2017-2018.
Beth Tropman, a professor specializing in “meta-ethics” within the Department of Philosophy, loves to challenge her students with tough questions around moral truths.
Meet a group of instructors from the LEAP Institute for the Arts: Antonio Cuyler, Sandra Ceas, and Emelie Borello.
Peter Harris may originally be from ‘across the pond,’ but he’s now an expert in international relations and U.S. foreign policy and an assistant professor in our Department of Political Science.
Ricki Ginsberg has always wanted to be a teacher. Now, she works in the Department of English teaching future teachers how to teach.
Katie Gibson, an associate professor in the Department of Communication Studies, is interested in researching voices of dissent – particularly the voice and history of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Peter Erickson loved the challenge of studying a foreign language while he was in college, and now enjoys teaching diverse topics related to German culture, philosophy, history, and art in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.