Arts and Sciences News

News items from the College of Arts and Sciences

Lynn professor refutes claim of 100,000 missing sex offenders in new study
Adam Walsh Act deadline is tomorrow; researchers call for a more data-driven national sex offender policy Jul. 26, 2011
Marine receives degree before deploying to Afghanistan
President Ross presents undergrad degree to Gino Valconi in special private ceremony Jun. 29, 2011
Study finds fewer sex offenders missing, despite U.S. Marshals Service claims
Levenson, a Lynn professor, co-authored study on sex offenders May. 31, 2011
Lynn University names new dean of its College of Liberal Education
Carter-Tellison selected after serving as the chair of the university’s innovative core curriculum May. 16, 2011
Bin Laden’s death was an important victory, but the War on Terror continues
“We’ve concluded the world’s most high profile manhunt,” said Watson May. 03, 2011
Five Lynn students selected for White House Youth Roundtable
President Obama hosting 100 “Youth Roundtables” around the nation Apr. 26, 2011
Lynn’s oldest grad, 85-year-old Jack Slotnick, on track to walk in May
Slotnick is graduating cum laude with a current GPA of 3.64 and a degree in psychology Apr. 26, 2011
From Hawaii to Bali: Students travel the world during Lynn’s 2011 January Term
Students became world travelers and part of an unforgettable experience that lasts a lifetime Apr. 13, 2011
Levenson shares expertise and tips during Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Students hosting panel discussion, screening of videos and The Clothesline Project to raise awareness of sexual violence and prevention Apr. 04, 2011
Lynn American history prof was visiting scholar at West Point
Watson discussed the intersection of politics and military command, and explored George Washington’s development as a commander and leader with the cadets Mar. 22, 2011
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet performs selected readings at Lynn’s Wold Center
Mary Oliver will also participate in a Q&A and sign books for her audience Mar. 15, 2011
Lynn student and Egyptian native not surprised by political upheaval and protests
International relations major gives insight into Middle Eastern protests Feb. 22, 2011
Fulbright Senior Scholar comes to Lynn to study American sex offender treatment programs
Willis hails from New Zealand and is the first Fulbright to fulfill a scholarship at Lynn Feb. 14, 2011
Lynn professor gives Obama a 4 out of 5 for his first two years
“Obama pushed through some pieces of legislation,” said Watson, “but his party was beaten handedly in the midterm elections.” Jan. 24, 2011
Students search for their passion during Lynn’s 2011 January Term
Self-starter and founder of the One-Week Job Project, Sean Aiken, to address Lynn students Nov. 29, 2010
Although only celebrated in America, Thanksgiving has universal meaning
Religious rituals and traditions worldwide often encompass giving thanks around the consumption of food, said Luttio Nov. 15, 2010
Lynn professor calls for election reforms in Florida
Opinion piece sites several shortcomings of state election law and practices Oct. 26, 2010
Lynn professors team up with Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office to manage local sex offenders
Graduate psychology students collecting data for the project Oct. 19, 2010
Lynn chemistry professor publishes blended gasoline research
The use of butanol blended gasoline will result in better gas mileage and reduce overall fuel emissions, says Ahmed Sep. 27, 2010
Scientific literacy professor weighs in on alternate energy for Florida
Lucas built “off the grid” home in Maine 13 years ago Sep. 13, 2010
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