liberal arts

As the permanent dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Asa Griggs Candler Professor of English Michael A. Elliott will look to ensure that Emory is a leader in the liberal arts and partner the College with the rest ...

In his inauguration address on April 2, 2004, President James W. Wagner formally pledged to “do all in [his] power to enable our University community to grow in excellence.” Since then, he has developed and situated his presidency within the ...

Ever since I have come to Emory, I have been bombarded with the term “liberal arts,” and until recently, a satisfactory definition as to what they include has completely eluded me. It is true that I have encountered numerous people ...

Students can declare a new minor ­— Sustainability Sciences (SSC) — in Emory’s Department of Environmental Sciences (ENVS) this fall. “One of the big goals of this is to prepare students to be able to understand and have creative solutions ...

The 48th Legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) passed one bill to fund spring break campus-to-airport shuttles and tabled two others on Monday evening. College sophomore and SGA Campus Services Chairman Max Zoberman submitted Bill 48sl24 to fund shuttles ...

As a sophomore, I am coming to the time when Emory requires me and the rest of my graduating class to declare a major. On the surface, it seems that this decision will be one of the defining moments of ...

The Emory University 2013-2014 Commission on the Liberal Arts (CoLA) recently submitted its final report to Emory University Provost Claire E. Sterk, marking the end of the year-long process that addressed the state of Emory’s liberal arts community. Through forums, ...

Emory’s recent decision to shut down or suspend various academic departments and programs has rightly generated campus-wide and national attention. On the popular education blog Inside Higher Ed, Liz Reisberg called the moves “stunning,” given that journalism, economics, and Spanish ...