Students, Study Away, Deadline posted

Fall 2022 Study Away Deadline Approaching

If you are interested in studying away during the FALL 2022 semester, all students are required to meet with the appropriate study away adviser and apply by the deadlines below.
Students, International Studies, Course and Registrar posted

INTS 385 - Global Economic Issues

The course will discuss the various issues of global importance, such as climate change, poverty, health, trade, and foreign aid. We will refer to popular books, newspaper articles, and podcasts to analyze the current circumstances and the global debate surrounding the different economic issues. The course meets social requirement, is interdisciplinary in nature, and does not need any prerequisite. Contact with questions.
Students, Public Policy and Law, Course and Registrar posted

Second Section Added - PBPL-123

Update: New section added for Spring 2022, PBPL-123 Fundamentals of American Law, Instr. Amy Horowitz (W) 6:30-9:00 PM, open to all first years, sophomores and juniors. Please contact Professor Fulco for PIN.
All Campus, Registrar's Office, Course and Registrar posted

Special Registration Form Now Online!

Registration for Independent Study, Teaching Assistant, Thesis and Research Assistant can now be submitted with a click of a button. No more paper forms! Click here to be taken to the online form.
All Campus, Psychology, Research Study posted

Participate in Neuropsychological Study!

Seeking to study the impact of culture and language on memory and perception of time in English/Spanish bilingual participants. Compensation is a $20 gift card.
All Campus, Watkinson Library, General posted

Flipping the Bird: John James Audubon's "Birds of America"

Please join us every Wednesday at 10am in Watkinson Library to see what new bird will be revealed when we turn the page of Audubon’s Birds of America!