Thomas Stanwood used his philosophy major as a gateway to law school and the Olympics
English alumna learned that her English degree was so versatile that she could do anything, even work in the tech industry.
Erin Kochanek enjoyed learning history so much that she now shares that joy with her own students.
Learn about students’ experiences that illustrate the impact an arts and sciences education has on students.
As a recipient of the Michael Dukakis Public Service Internship award, Carina DeBarcelos interned at the State House and created a path to her future.
Professor Williams loves teaching his students about Iraq. He believes that to do his job well, he needs to be on the frontlines.
Jenyka Gassnola, a Crime and Justice Studies major, shares her success and internship experience in Washington, D.C.
For 12 weeks this summer, Biology student Elizabeth Cross '17 researched with a team of doctors in the Nephrology Department at Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, CT.
Kristina Monteiro '10 '12 earns her PhD and begins career at Brown University as an assistant professor.
Will pursue her interest in cognitive & behavioral health through graduate study in experimental psychology
In May 2019, Comcast Newsmakers visited campus to hold conversations with business leaders, educators, and nonprofit leaders on the SouthCoast
Rainer Weiss, Nobel laureate and professor emeritus at MIT, discussed gravitational waves
Nobel laureate and professor emeritus at MIT, Rainer Weiss, will discuss gravitational waves
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