Arts and Sciences News

News items from the College of Arts and Sciences

Lynn political expert predicts pod topics for first and third presidential debates
Expected topics for the third debate include instability in the “Arab Spring” countries, the war in Afghanistan, and the larger threat of terrorism Sep. 18, 2012
International students “dig in” to U.S. presidential politics at Lynn University
Lynn's international students show a growing interest in volunteering for upcoming presidential debate Sep. 04, 2012
Lynn University accelerated path to graduate degrees expands this fall
3.0 program offered to freshman; first group of 3+1students enter program Aug. 29, 2012
Undecided voters – the most important tiny group in the country
Lynn professor says the 2012 debates will help sway the undecided Aug. 21, 2012
Lynn University enrollment numbers swell
International student deposits up 49 percent for semester school hosts foreign policy presidential debate Aug. 08, 2012
Lynn debate to focus on foreign policy
Foreign policy is especially fitting for Lynn whose student population is 24% international Jul. 26, 2012
Lynn trains professors to teach students how to become expert learners
30 faculty members are certified Institute Fellows May. 09, 2012
Lynn professor says the Nuremberg Trials showcase civilized society
Docudrama brings Project Nuremberg to life for local middle- and high school students using original transcripts housed in Lynn’s library Apr. 18, 2012
Lynn University announces debate-specific curriculum for the 2012 fall semester
Students can learn about a wide variety of issues related to the American political process Apr. 04, 2012
Watson highlights the top 10 moments in presidential debate history
List includes debate moments from 1858 – 2008 and offers lessons learned Mar. 20, 2012
Lynn librarian builds presidential debate research guide
When I heard the faculty would be incorporating lessons about debates, creating a research guide seemed like a great way to contribute, said Barnett Mar. 06, 2012
Lynn University provides accelerated path to graduate degrees
3+1 program follows on the heels of successful accelerated undergrad program Feb. 14, 2012
Senator Bob Graham, former CNN foreign correspondent among guests joining faculty for Lynn’s 2012 January Term
Youth leaders from the green movement and professor Robert Watson also on the Citizenship Project Speaker Series roster Dec. 14, 2011
Lynn professor discusses how science could feed the world at conference in Ghana
Ahmed says improved agricultural productivity of oilseeds could help end world hunger Dec. 06, 2011
Setting expectations in advance of holidays can help families enjoy
This is especially important if the families have recently experienced a divorce or financial stress Nov. 15, 2011
Local Occupy Wall Street leaders visit Lynn
“The organizers are young people,” said Robert Watson. “Our students can relate to this movement and may find this to be their version of Civil Rights marches.” Oct. 31, 2011
Lynn University in dialogues with Apple to enhance students' learning experience
Apple experts to present their assistive technology at the 2012 Transitions conference Sep. 21, 2011
Lynn’s new student enrollment for the fall semester is officially the largest in four years
Now that drop/add is complete, Lynn can report its official numbers for fall 2011 Sep. 21, 2011
Lynn psychology professor helps train Florida Marlins
“I teach players how to reduce stress and anxiety, increase focus, minimize obstacles and optimize overall performance,” said Seifer Aug. 16, 2011
Lynn professor gets inside look at the deficit and U.S. policy while at the White House
Watson attended policy briefings on the debt ceiling, budget negotiations and education Aug. 02, 2011
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