A liberal arts education builds the knowledge and versatile skills necessary
to excel in a constantly changing world.
Marianna Burks, Kristi Montooth, and Patricia Wonch Hill received funding from the National Science Foundation for their STEM-POWER Research Program to help STEM students from underrepresented backgrounds.
Biological sciences, sociology
Kwakiutl Dreher was selected to be a fellow among the inaugural cohort of projects for the WORLDING program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Open Documentary Lab.
Kristen Olson studied the effectiveness of the Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry with a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine group and and reported the findings at a public briefing.
Kwame Dawes, David DiLillo, Anne Duncan, and Debra Hope were selected for Big Ten Academic Alliance leadership programs.
Melissa Homestead, along with Andrew Jewell of University Libraries and their development team, have nearly completed the Willa Cather Archive.
The transformed Reller Prairie Field Station is ready to support a full range of experiential learning.
School of Global Integrative Studies