College of Arts and Sciences

Learn  more about Morgan's project on white-faced capuchins and crowd-sourced funding!

Emily Munger was awarded the prestigious Distinguished Student Leadership Award by the College of Arts & Sciences on Thursday, April 24th. Emily's major is Biological Anthropology with a minor in Biological Sciences and has a GPA of 3.96. Please join us in congratulating Emily on her accomplishments!!

Dr. Lovejoy was elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. The Academy is one of the oldest learned societies in our nation and was founded in 1780 by a group led by John Adams and James Bowdoin. The distinguished list of members includes George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Martin Luther King, Jr., Charles...

Kent State University math instructor Randy Ruchotzke has earned an Outstanding Teaching Award. Passion. Interest. Generosity. For part-time Kent State University math instructor Randy Ruchotzke, these are tools of the trade. For his students, they define qualities that led to Ruchotzke’s being nominated and earning an Outstanding Teaching Award. The Outstanding Teaching Award honors exceptional nontenure-track and part-time faculty...

Giving Voice Reading Kent State University’s Wick Poetry Center presents the 13th annual Giving Voice performance on Thursday, May 1, at 6:30 p.m. in the Kent Student Center Ballroom. The event is free and open to the public. The performance features local students (grades 3-12), senior citizens, veterans, medical care providers and patients from area hospitals all...

Giving Voice Reading On March 7, 2014, the Center for Applied Conflict Management (now the School of Peace and Conflict Studies) held a conference in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Center's BA degree program, which began in the 1973-74 academic year.  This is one of the country's largest and most robust programs in Peace and Conflict Studies.  This year is also...

Giving Voice Reading Promotions are based on performance of assigned duties, professional development, and university citizenship.  Professor Cunningham has taught numerous CACM (now SPCS) courses over the years, and created courses in Negotiation, Conflict in the Workplace, and Exploring Careers in Conflict Management.   She also developed resources to teach...

Giving Voice Reading Congrats to Dr. Patrick Coy on receiving the Magnificat Award from Marian University, Wisconsin. The Magnificat Award is given to individuals who have exhibited outstanding service to their community, their profession, and it is in recognition of Dr. Coy's overall body of scholarship and service. Dr. Patrick G. Coy is Director and Professor at...

Giving Voice Reading The Anatomy of Hate: A Personal Perspective Presented by Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger, MD History can impact and devastate a family. Growing up in Germany, Wollschlaeger had many questions about his family’s Nazi past. In the quest to find the answers to those questions, he set out to find the truth–this is the story of how he changed his life. ...