College of Arts & Sciences

College of Arts & Sciences

Exploring Identity

AUx is a huge step in a positive direction.

I've been a student peer leader in the AUx2 course [on race, identity, and inclusion]. I love the class discussions because, with issues of identity and culture, the conversations can go in a wide variety of directions. AUx is a huge step in a positive direction, eventually having all first-year students required to come face-to-face and learn in a safe environment. At AU, I think people become more self-aware and more aware of people who are not like them. Students hopefully learn to step outside their own experiences and understand other points of view.

News & Events

Caregiver

Research ·

Who Is Taking Care of the Caregivers?

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Achievements ·

Professor Laura Beers Wins Stansky Book Prize

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Science ·

New Autism Research Highlights Brain Circuit of Interest

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Connections fall 2017 cover.

CAS in the News

  • Maria Floro (economics) received $1,800,000 from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for her three-year project "The Care Economy and Gender-Sensitive Macroeconomic Modeling for Policy Analysis."

  • Anastasia Snelling (health studies) received $900,000 from the USDA for a five-year project titled "Healthy Schoolhouse 2.0 Teachers and Parents Working to Improve Student Health."

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Why the College of Arts & Sciences?

Students and alumni discuss distinctive features of the College, why they chose their particular degrees, and program opportunities they pursued.

CAS by the Numbers

CAS Graduate Students 93 percent Working, Grad School, or Both

CAS Undergraduates 82 percent Participated in an Internship

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Results of Graduation Census as of six months after graduation for May graduates from 2014—2016.