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More than just the members of the Society of Jesus, our Jesuit community extends to all corners of our campus.
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The College of Arts and Sciences is at the core of who we are and what we do here at Le Moyne. It is the academic center and intellectual hub of our Jesuit institution, committed to transformative education rooted in the liberal arts. Arts and Sciences is home to the Core Curriculum, an array of engaging academic majors, and nationally recognized scholars and artists. Our talented faculty and staff maintain an unwavering commitment to delivering a rigorous, high-quality, student-centered education in the Jesuit tradition.
The College of Arts and Sciences is equally committed to maintaining a warm and supportive learning environment for its diverse student body. The College has long been a source of inspirational teachers and superb mentors who believe in the personal success of our students. Our faculty and staff's goal is not only to educate individuals who will excel in their chosen fields, but also to develop ethical, conscientious, and globally-focused citizens who will promote a more peaceful and just society.
We welcome your interest in the College of Arts and Sciences at Le Moyne!
Kate Costello-Sullivan, Ph.D
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
Brianna Natale ’16 has long been concerned about the mental health disorders that impact nearly one in five U.S. adults. A dual major in biological sciences and psychology, Natale has also learned that poverty, extreme stress and low social support increase the risk for these illnesses. For Natale, aiding people affected by these disorders is about more than promoting well being. It’s about advocating for social justice. Read more of Brianna's story.
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The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest of the three academic divisions at Le Moyne College. It encompasses 14 departments, 12 programs, and a broad range of academic majors and minors across the humanities, social sciences, sciences, and visual and performing arts. The College also plays a key role in preparing undergraduates for careers in the health professions, is home to the Integral Honors Program, administers the Core Curriculum, and contributes significantly to five centers of excellence on campus. Supported by a dedicated staff and other instructional faculty, the College’s 120 full-time faculty members deliver three quarters of Le Moyne’s courses each semester, produce high quality scholarship and performances, and manifest a strong commitment to the success and personal well-being of their students.
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I love research trips and traveling, so I was just wanted to get to Costa Rica as soon as I could and start our next project.
When I first became interested in this field, I wanted to be a SportsCenter anchor, and I would still love to do that. However, I’ve found that I also really enjoy working behind the camera. Being a producer may be a new dream of mine.
Though we weren't there nearly as long as Hemingway or (F. Scott) Fitzgerald, we got a little taste of what it means to be transplanted into a different culture and still think critically about your surroundings.
Sebaah Hamad ’18 has dedicated herself to creating educational opportunities that address social issues. Whether working to promote a positive self image among the members of a local Girl Scout troop or teaching Islamic studies to the children at her mosque, Hamad strives to create a sense of community that is both powerful and affirming. It is through this work that she is already having a long-term impact.
An English major, Hamad was recently honored for her work with Campus Compact’s Newman Civic Fellow Award. It recognizes inspiring student leaders like Hamad who are using service, research and advocacy to find solutions to some of the most serious challenges facing communities throughout the country. Read more of Sebaah's story.
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Cody Webb’s passion for science has brought him out of the classroom and into the laboratory – both in the U.S. and abroad.
If the parents of very young children were regularly provided with books at no cost, would they spend more time reading to their sons and daughters?
History, many have stated, has a way of repeating itself. Dr. Egerton's latest book may have struck a chord because of this very premise.
Friday, April 29th
Ronald Lowe '16
Elliot Connors '16
Student Research Presentation
Frank Ridzi, Ph.D, and Monica Sylvia, Ph.D.
Department of Anthropology, Criminology, & Sociology and Department of Psychology
“Researching With and For the Community: The Literacy Coalition and the Effectiveness of Book Distribution Programs”
Reilley Room, 4th floor of Reilly Hall, 4:00 pm
Presentations and Q&A: 4-5 pm; time to socialize: 5-5:30 pm
Le Moyne College offers two flexible options for those interested in graduate study in arts administration:
These programs offer an opportunity to study and apply management concepts in an arts environment - in short, Making Art Work.
Le Moyne has become a key player within the regional business and educational arenas through activities associated with the College’s Centers of Excellence.
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The speaker for the College’s 66th undergraduate commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 22 will be Jeanette Epps, class of 1992, who entered the astronaut program at NASA in 2009. She will also receive an honorary degree at the ceremony. A physics major at Le Moyne, Epps went on to earn a doctorate at the University of Maryland, where she worked on materials applications for rotor crafts and helicopters.
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Mike Streissguth has been following the rock-blues band The Nighthawks for a long time, having first discovered the group while growing up outside of Washington, D.C. Today he calls the Hawks “the hardest working band in America.”
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