Message from the Dean
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.
Karen M. Kedrowski, Ph.D.
Tour of the College
Brief introduction to the college and its departments (pdf - 1.18 MB).
News & Announcements
Winthrop's new custom-built study program attracts first group of students (Rock Hill Herald, 06/10/14)
Mark Twain Circle of America welcomes Winthrop professor as president (06/09/14)
Graduateprograms.com announces Winthrop in the Top 10 Nutrition Science graduate programs (06/06/14)
Biology chair recognized for contributions to Health Education (05/21/14)
Winthrop welcomes second class of NEW leadership participants (05/20/14)
Summer school offerings include courses on Watergate, History of Winthrop, and more (05/13/14)
Student-athlete and Biology major Hannah Hadaway receives Tillman Award (05/13/14)
Tenure, Promotions, and Emeritus status announced for faculty (05/09/14)
following CAS faculty were granted emeritus status: Carlos Caballero,
assistant professor of mathematics; J. William Click, professor of mass
communication; Rory Cornish, professor of history; James Scott Ely,
associate professor of English (posthumous); Heakyung Lee, professor of
mathematics; Susan Lyman, associate professor of social work; Ameda
Manetta, associate professor of social work; Mesgun Sebhatu, professor
of physics; and Pravda Stoeva-Popova, associate professor of biology.
The following CAS faculty were granted tenure: Heather Evans-Anderson, biology; and Jason Hulbert, chemistry.
following CAS faculty were promoted to the rank of professor: Adolphus
Belk, political science; Jack DeRochi, English; Jennifer Disney,
political science; Robin Lammi, chemistry; Merry Sleigh-Ritzer,
psychology; Takita Sumter, chemistry; and Kristi Westover, biology.
following CAS faculty were promoted to the rank of associate professor:
Heather Evans-Anderson, biology; Jason Hurlbert, chemistry; and Maria
Clara Paulino, interdisciplinary studies.
China internship teaches new grads relationship-building, classroom confidence (05/08/14)
Hecimovich is part of second class of W.E.B. Du Bois Research Institute Fellows (04/30/14)
Three faculty members cited for their excellence and dedication (04/30/14)
Grossoehme, an assistant professor of Chemistry, is the 2014
Outstanding Junior Professor of the Year. Sue Lyman, associate professor
of Social Work, received the 2014 Jane LaRoche Graduate Faculty Award.
Fifty-eight employees recognized with awards, citations during annual ceremony (04/29/14)
CAS employees who received a presidential citation for service to the university:
Linda Ashley, social work
Merry Sleigh, psychology
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