Dean's Report 2010
The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) touches the lives of all SIUE students through general education and other essential courses. CAS combines foundational education with varied and highly specialized coursework and offers 44 degree programs within the arts, humanities, social and natural sciences. At the core of CAS are dedicated faculty and staff who strive for excellence in research, creative activities and instruction. The College of Arts and Science online companion is an extension of the articles you have already enjoyed in the printed dean's report. These extended versions will give you a closer look at the vibrant academic life at SIUE.
|Going Endowed Professorship ||Hands-on Day Slideshow |
Hip-hop dancing lessons, auditioning for a spot as a television news anchor, geocaching and throwing spears were some of the activities available at the College of Arts and Sciences’ first ever “Hands-On Day” held in the Stratton Quad on April 8, 2010. Some 31 departments and programs within CAS demonstrated activities unique to their disciplines and highlighted some of the experiential learning opportunities within the College. “This is an event in which students actually got involved and learned about departments the College offers,” explained CAS Associate Dean Wendy Shaw. Check it out!
Honors Day, which recognizes student achievement, is a long-standing tradition at SIUE. The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest single academic unit at SIUE. It is no surprise, then, that the College has a significant amount of student achievement to celebrate.
|Enrollment Continues to Rise ||Arts & Issues Celebrating 25 Years |