Arts and Sciences News

News items from the College of Arts and Sciences

Watson chimes in on the nation’s greatest and worst presidents
“I was shocked to see Lincoln dethroned as America’s number one leader,” said Watson. Aug. 30, 2010
Are sex offenders who fail to register more likely to reoffend?
Levenson’s study suggests that there is virtually no empirical data to support a relationship between failure to register and recidivism Aug. 17, 2010
Faculty Member and Outstanding Teacher of the Year Announced
Valeria Fabj and Robert Watson recognized for their accomplishments in and out of the classroom Jun. 14, 2010
'Choosing Civility' author to give free public lecture
Forni on campus as part of Lynn’s Dialogues of Learning Speaker Series Mar. 02, 2010
84-year-old, Purple Heart vet is Lynn’s newest freshman
Lake Worth resident, Jack Slotnick, enrolled this spring as a full-time undergraduate student Feb. 03, 2010
Fla. House Majority Leader Hasner tries on new hat as Lynn instructor, Sun Sentinel reports
Jan. 08, 2010
Original Nuremberg trial transcripts found at Lynn, 3 spring courses surround the documents
Criminal justice, drama and international film courses will take a closer look at trials this semester Jan. 07, 2010
Lynn students doing community service, locally and internationally
Students traveling to Jamaica and Haiti with Food for the Poor this week, in addition to efforts at Boca’s Spanish River Park, Boca Helping Hands and Habitat for Humanity Jan. 07, 2010
Political professor, commentator offers 5 predictions for the New Year
“2009 will go down in American political history,” says Watson Dec. 15, 2009
Math professor offers five pointers to help students manage money this holiday season
“Only purchase those items you can pay in full when you receive the credit card bill” Dec. 01, 2009
Professor, poet finds the humor in serious poetry
Nov. 11, 2009
American Studies professor gives Boca Mag a History Lesson
Watson does exclusive interview with Boca Magazine and gives his opinion on America's three worst - and three best - presidents Nov. 02, 2009
Professor leads student group to Shanghai for 5-month immersion program
Hall speaks Chinese Mandarin and has a Ph.D. in anthropology Oct. 27, 2009
Halloween policies targeting sex offenders unnecessary, perpetuate new urban myth
Halloween “just another autumn day” where rates of sex crimes against children are concerned, according to Lynn professor's study Oct. 16, 2009
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
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