In much of Africa, the average farmer has little chance of digging out of poverty. Jordan Nadler ’13 is in the business of offering them some hope for a better life.
Unlike most students, Peter Cunniff knows what it feels like to have someone's life rest in his hands.
For Allyson Wolf, there's nothing more fascinating than the human brain. The behavioral neuroscience student is using research to unlock some of the brain's biggest mysteries.
Biology professor Lise Thomas was awarded a National Institutes of Health grant for her research on transient receptor potential ion channels. The grant provides funding for student participation in research.
QU team participates in archaeological dig in an effort to learn more about the Bronze Age of Eastern Hungary.
In our game design and development program, students develop specialized technical skills and competence in electronic art and design.
Arts and sciences majors acquire strong career skills that translate well into careers. Hear more from Dean Robert Smart.
A Learning Community
The College of Arts and Sciences is a learning community that emphasizes the acquisition of content knowledge and intellectual skills, the cultivation of an interior life and personal ethics, and the development of a strong sense of civic and global engagement and responsibility. We foster deep, reflective learning as a means to prepare students to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world.