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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
Great things are in store for the Class of 2017. Some are headed to New York City to start their business careers the financial capital of the world. Others are bound for medical, dental and veterinary school. Still another is headed to Italy, where she will literally be jumping out of planes as a member of the US Air Force. But wherever they go and whatever they do, this class will forever be bonded together as Dolphins.
Amanda D'Angelo '17, a Spanish major, has been admitted to the prestigious Fulbright Student Program. Amanda's award will bring her to the Asturias region of Spain, where she will work as an English teaching assistant in an elementary or secondary school.
What does it mean to be human in the 21st century? As the McDevitt Core Professor, Jennifer Glancy, Ph.D., has been delving into that weighty question for more than three years. She teaches a Core course and coordinates a multidisciplinary lecture series that seeks to uncover what it means to be alive today, particularly in the midst of ecological crisis, technological change and widespread social alienation.
As stories come across his desk from all areas of life—and of the world—Jon Dougherty ‘07, a news anchor and reporter, relies on his liberal arts education to help him identify and share the news that appeals and matters to his audiences.
What does it mean to possess a space to think, to create, to question – a space that calls for gigantic courage and strength? Members of the Class of 2021 will be wrestling with that question – and innumerable other ones – as they tackle 20th century British author Virginia Woolf’s rich and complex extended essay A Room of One’s Own. The lessons woven into this challenging reading are meant to be applied throughout life. Yet they represent just the beginning of what these students will learn during their time on the Heights.
The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest of the three academic divisions at Le Moyne College. It encompasses 15 departments and a broad range of academic majors and minors across the humanities, social sciences, natural 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 many programs and the Integral Honors Program, administers the Core Curriculum, and contributes significantly to 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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Le Moyne College has partnered with Syracuse University’s iSchool to offer our students an opportunity to earn a master’s degree in a reduced time frame and at a reduced cost. The Fast Track partnership enables qualified students to complete graduate coursework in the summer before and then during their senior year of undergraduate study. This time frame allows students to earn their master’s degree within one year after graduation from Le Moyne College. The Fast Track also offers students the option to enter the workforce after graduating from Le Moyne and to complete their master’s degree online and part-time. Fast Track opportunities are available in the following areas:
Applications are strongly recommended by February 1st (and due by May 1st) of junior year at Le Moyne College. For more information, please visit http://ischool.syr.edu/fasttrack.
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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"HAIL Scholars: A Randomized Trial of an Informational Intervention for Low-Income High School Students"
Dr. Katherine Michelmore
Department of Public Administration and International Affairs, Syracuse University
Reilley Room (Reilly Hall 446), 4:00 pm
Presentation and Q&A: 4-5 pm; time to socialize: 5-5:30 pm
Click here for the full schedule of Spring 2017 Social Sciences seminars.
Why Study the Liberal Arts?
Le Moyne graduates leave here with a strong intellectual capacity, a tolerance of ambiguity and the ethical foundation to succeed professionally and to thrive personally–all of which is our mission, and our privilege.
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The lab from which Hilary McManus, Ph.D., operates is about to change – and grow – exponentially. An associate professor of biological sciences on the Heights, McManus is accustomed to working in a neat, climate-controlled space in the College’s Coyne Science Center. But as of next February, her new lab, at least temporarily, will be the world’s southernmost continent, Antarctica.
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