Arts and Sciences News

News items from the College of Arts and Sciences

Lynn University professor sees a benefit to National Campus Sustainability Day
Sustainability expert plans to take a team back to national EPA competition Oct. 16, 2013
Lynn University’s incoming class is officially the largest in six years
In addition to being one of the largest, the class is also one of the most diverse Sep. 18, 2013
Accomplished diplomat and academician is Lynn’s newest scholar-in-residence
Former Under-Secretary General has thoughts on the UN’s future and international conflict Sep. 10, 2013
Lynn offers 16 new majors to incoming freshmen
New major highlights include Forensic Science, Entrepreneurship, Independent Schools Elementary Education and Communication and Emerging Media May. 15, 2013
Lynn’s youngest commencement speaker provides guidance for more than 500 graduates
“Never be afraid to talk to anyone,” was one of the pieces of advice given to the 2013 class May. 15, 2013
More than 500 graduates to walk at Lynn University’s 48th commencement
Vaghar available for interview on Friday and Saturday; mother and daughter graduating; Jack Slotnick gets graduate degree May. 08, 2013
Lynn’s Center for Learning Abroad offers summer short-term study abroad programs
Students can choose an internship with the X Games, or courses in South Africa and China/Hong Kong May. 01, 2013
Lynn project to clean water using solar power selected from thousands
Lynn students compete against some of the best engineering programs in the country Apr. 23, 2013
Lynn student raises awareness during Sexual Assault Awareness Month
“Women in the military are more likely to be sexually assaulted by their fellow military comrades than they are to be killed by enemy fire,” said Shaffer. Apr. 17, 2013
The Supreme Court continues debate over same-sex marriage
“In 1967, the High Court overturned bans on interracial marriage,” said Watson. “This seems to be a precedent.” Apr. 04, 2013
Professor leads effort to save chimpanzees in Sierra Leone
Lynn students build bee boxes to help African villages and save shrinking chimp population Feb. 26, 2013
Lynn science professor to study meditative relaxation response at Harvard
“As a society we focus more on the factors that cause stress, but relatively little attention is directed to the factors that can help us relax,” said Ahmed. Feb. 05, 2013
Lynn senior and Obama stand-in to attend inauguration
"I’ve always loved politics, but when Lynn decided to host the debate, my interest really peaked,” said Gooden. Jan. 10, 2013
Lynn’s 2013 J-Term features innovative learning
January Term to focus on experiential learning, citizenship and solving real world problems Dec. 12, 2012
New study finds federal sex offender law not effective
New data driven system called for in new report Nov. 28, 2012
Lynn students to attend President Obama’s re-inauguration
A January Term course taking 15 students to witness history in D.C. Nov. 14, 2012
Questions undecided voters want answered during town hall presidential debate
Final debate is shaping up to be the most important to voters Oct. 15, 2012
Lynn University international students to volunteer at debate
Although international students cannot vote, they are excited to be a part of U.S. politics. Oct. 09, 2012
Lynn University hosting watch parties for presidential and vice presidential debates
Students to engage in the political process and determine who won each debate with straw poll and debate scorecards Oct. 02, 2012
Lynn University’s health care policy expert weighs in on first presidential debate
“Voters should know what they are investing in,” said Ceccoli Oct. 02, 2012
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