College of Arts and Sciences

Physics. Biological Sciences. History. English.

Providing An Excellent Liberal Arts and Sciences Education

The College of Arts and Sciences provides a premier learning experience at the undergraduate and graduate levels through the faculty’s dedication to excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service. In addition to offering General Education Curriculum courses for all students in the University, programs in the College prepare students for employment and advanced studies in graduate and professional schools. We are committed to creating a learning community rich in faculty-student collaboration on research and scholarly endeavors and providing guided experiences through internships, community-based learning, and practical experiences. We are dedicated to promoting an appreciation of diversity and instilling intellectual habits of mind necessary for living life fully in an ever-changing world.

Undergraduate Programs. Graduate Programs. Scholarships. Departments.

R.I.S.E. Women in Science. Donate. Internships.

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Upcoming Events

32nd Mary Olive Woods Lecture

"Can it be Reasonable and Moral to Believe in One True Religion?" by Timothy O'Connor, Indiana University

Thursday, September 20
7 p.m.
Heritage Room, University Union

International Peace Day September 20.

Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity Grant Due September 21.

Psychology Department Colloquium Series

All colloquium are in Waggoner Hall 170

Friday, October 5 @ 3:00 p.m.

Kim McClure, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at WIU, presents:

"Translating Science into Practice: The Odyssey of Evaluating Officer-Involved Shooting Policy"

Friday, October 19 @ 3:30 p.m.

Kara Moore, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology at Knox College, presents:

"The Role of Attention and Memory in Searching for Missing and Wanted Persons"

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