'My family's sacrifices motivated every one of my accomplishments'
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources & Updates
Students, faculty make art in the time of coronavirus
Rays of Hope
New study informing efforts to improve STEM retention
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Lepage, Pepinsky honored with Tisch professorships
Orchestra students mentor young musicians remotely
Teaching Hard History with Freedom on the Move
Let curiosity be your guide.
Our research activities and academic programs are remarkably broad, but they share one characteristic: all are curiosity-driven. Exploring the unknown is central to our mission to be the nexus of discovery & impact.
Extraordinary Journeys: The Class of 2020
Students in the College of Arts & Sciences are motivated, inspired and sincere. Explore the extraordinary journeys of this year’s graduates and see how their paths have prepared them not only for a successful and meaningful career, but also for a life well lived.
Humanities Scholars Program
New program offers a signature learning, research and collaboration opportunity for undergraduate students across the university interested in the humanities.
This premier postdoctoral fellowship program offers opportunities for early-career scholars of outstanding talent, initiative and promise to devote themselves to frontline, innovative research without being tied to specific outcomes.
Distinguished Visiting Journalists
This spring we welcomed Marc Lacey '87, National Editor of the New York Times as the College's inaugural Distinguished Visiting Journalist. This new fellowship is part of the College's impact-driven public engagement programming.