College of Arts & Sciences

College of Arts & Sciences

Academic and Athletic Excellence

Excellence in the classroom is a part of our team culture.

Konerth is the winner of two straight Patriot League Field Hockey Scholar-Athlete of the Year Awards. She is second in the Patriot League with 27 points, helping her team to a 5-1 record. She’s done all this while carrying a 4.0 cumulative GPA in applied mathematics—and as a NFHCA Scholar of Distinction and Phi Beta Kappa member.

News & Events

Case Competition winners Shyheim Snead, Rain Freeman, Morgan Taylor, Katie Lu Clougherty, Kara Suvada, Lili Zigo

Achievements ·

AU 2017 Global Health Competition Winners Announced

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Stanley Nelson at podium

Alumni ·

Filmmaker Stanley Nelson Delivers Braithwaite Lecture

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Molly Dondero is researching how Mexican immigrants' children are influenced by the U.S. food environment.

Research ·

American Diet: Prof Looks at the Eating Habits of Immigrants and Children

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CAS in the News

  • Boncho Bonev (physics) received $97,761 from NSF for the project "Comets and the History of Volatile Matter During Planetary System Formation."

  • Laura Owens (School of Education) was awarded $42,398 from Harvard University (funding from US Department of Education) for her project titled "Digital Messaging for Improving College Enrollment and Success.”

  • Please see more student, alumni, staff, and faculty achievements.

Spring Exhibitions at the AU Museum

, 2017

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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 2013—2015.