Arts and Sciences News

News items from the College of Arts and Sciences

Lynn University saves students money on textbooks
Second year of iPad initiative on-boards all day undergrad students, MBA students and Ed.D students Aug. 20, 2014
Lynn University students interview Holocaust survivors for class
American Studies students are posting their stories on social media Apr. 23, 2014
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 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
'Choosing Civility' author to give free public lecture
Forni on campus as part of Lynn’s Dialogues of Learning Speaker Series Mar. 02, 2010
Levenson Shares Expertise in Newsweek Article, Videos
Jul. 27, 2009
American studies prof and expert panel assess and grade the first 100 days of Obama’s presidency
Media coverage, the Republican Party and economic stimulus plan to be addressed Apr. 02, 2009
Lynn undergraduates showcase their top works at 8th annual Liberal Arts Student Symposium
Topics include a study on academic dishonesty and the importance of physical health to improving cognition; student artwork also in display Mar. 19, 2009
“Study Skills” and “College Success” author joining the Ross College of Ed for two public presentations
Piscitelli, scholar-in-residence, will give two free, public presentations next week Mar. 19, 2009
Mark Twain Award-winning poet to give free public reading, workshop at Lynn
Tony Hoagland will read from his work and lead a public workshop with local writers on April 16 Mar. 19, 2009
Lynn professors offer tips to The First Lady in free, public service report
Watson and Kerker give historical insight and legal considerations to Mrs. Obama Feb. 12, 2009
Lynn Math prof offers tips on how to boost your SAT score
Bagnoni highlights the importance of preparing for the standardized test Feb. 05, 2009
Students find gas prices aren’t falling fast enough, dissect Clinton-era economic turnaround in math classes at Lynn
Kassar has students analyzing the rate of inflation, determining that gas should now be $1.50 per gallon Dec. 04, 2008
Experts analyze America’s new president and U.S. security challenges
This event is free and open to the public Oct. 27, 2008
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