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Message from the Dean

WeKedrowski, Karenlcome to the College of Arts and Sciences at Winthrop University. The College is home to 14 departments, which offer graduate and undergraduate degrees across the Humanities, Sciences, and Social Sciences. In addition, the College provides courses that provide the liberal arts foundation to all undergraduate programs on campus.

The College of Arts and Sciences boasts a wide array of highly-qualified faculty members who are dedicated to student intellectual development. Students in departments across the College participate in undergraduate research, enhance their learning through travel and study abroad, engage in interdisciplinary study, develop work skills through internships and service learning, pursue graduate study, and more.

This web site is your window to the College of Arts and Sciences and its exciting programs and opportunities. Please take some time to explore the resources here and learn about our diverse faculty and programs. I’m sure the College of Arts and Sciences has something to offer everyone.

Sincerely,

Karen M. Kedrowski, Ph.D.
Dean

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News & Announcements

Winthrop recognizes employees for service, outstanding work (04/28/2015)
The following CAS faculty and staff retired this year:
     Bill Click, mass communication
     Susan Hyatt, sociology & anthropology
     Peter Phillips, biology
     Marilyn Sarow, mass communication
The following CAS faculty and staff reached a state service milestone:
     Leigh Armistead, psychology, 10 years
     Cassie Bell, biology, 10 years
     Christian Grattan, chemistry, physics, & geology, 10 years
     Marilyn Montgomery, English, 10 years
     Mark Nortz, mass communication, 10 years
     Merry Sleigh-Ritzer, psychology, 10 years
     Bonnye Stuart, mass communication, 10 years
     Takita Sumter, chemistry, physics, & geology, 10 years
     Iris Coleman, mathematics, 20 years
     Dwight Dimaculangan, biology, 20 years
     Karen Kedrowski, CAS, 20 years
     Jo Koster, English, 20 years
     Eddie Lee, history, 20 years
     Judy Thomas, human nutrition, 20 years
     Jason Silverman, history, 30 years 
In addition, Dr. Brad Tripp, associate professor of sociology, received the Faculty Student Life Award, and the following CAS faculty received presidential citations for service to the university:
     Eric Birgbauer, biology
     Beth Costner, CAS
     Heather Evans-Anderson, biology
     Jessie Hamm, mathematics

Student Life Awards highlight active year for Winthrop student body (04/27/2015)

Winthrop alumna Destinee Johnson '14 receives KSTF fellowship (04/23/2015)

Winthrop Poll: Walker and Bush early leaders among SC GOP likely voters (04/15/2015)

Mediterranean diet class eats well in America and soon in France and Italy (04/13/2015)

Winthrop alumna Hannah Swan '14 receives NSF graduate research fellowship (04/10/2015)

History professor will join in President Lincoln's Cottage celebration (04/07/2015)

Faculty Conference election results in John Bird's re-election (04/01/2015)

Nation's Ford High School team wins Winthrop Cup at Model United Nations (03/27/2015)

Math faculty member selected for regional association's beginning teacher award (03/25/2015)

High schools from the Carolinas arrive March 25 for Model United Nations (03/20/2015)

Chemistry major Michala Tesney explores crystallography research at St. Jude (03/18/2015)


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