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University to host White House Young America Town Hall Meeting

Vanderbilt Divinity professor discusses "Jesus and Judaism: The connection still matters"

CLASA presents Dr. Estrella Torrez

Spiritus Spring 2013 - Liberal Arts & Education News

SpiritusCLAE alumnus Elmore Leonard '50 returned to UDM Feb. 27 with his son Peter Leonard for a lecture followed by a question and answer session and book signing. Read More >>

Meet Our Faculty

Libby Balter Blume
Professor and Director, Developmental Psychology and Program in Certified Family Life Education

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Harold H. Greene
Associate Professor, Psychology

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Mary-Catherine Harrison
Assistant Professor, English

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Heather Hill-Vasquez
Associate Professor, English

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Hsiao-Lan Hu
Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Women's & Gender Studies

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David R. Koukal
Professor, Philosophy

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Lorri MacDonald
Associate Professor and Chair, Education Department

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Victoria Mantzopoulos
Professor, Political Science; Chair, Political Science & Economics; Director, Pre-Law Program

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Isaiah McKinnon
Associate Professor, Education

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Cheryl C. Munday
Associate Professor, Psychology; Director, Psychology Clinic

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Beth Oljar
Assistant Professor, Philosophy

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Gail Presbey
Professor of Philosophy

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Jason Roche
Assistant Professor, Communication Studies; Director, Honors Program

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Nicholas Rombes
Professor and Chair, English

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Tom Stanton
Associate Professor, Communication Studies

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Gregory D. Sumner
Professor, History

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Rosemary Weatherston
Associate Professor, English; Director, Women's and Gender Studies

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Carol C. Weisfeld
Professor, Psychology

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Founded in 1877, the College of Liberal Arts and Education is the oldest academic unit at UDM.  The College is also the ‘home’ of the University’s undergraduate Core Curriculum which celebrates over 450 years of Jesuit education focused on introducing students to the humanities, ethics and social sciences.

The College offers majors through thirteen each academic departments as well as a wide range of minors and certificate programs for undergraduates.  In addition to traditional degree programs in humanities and social sciences, the College also provides interdisciplinary programs.  The College of Liberal Arts and Education offers programs at the bachelor, masters, and doctoral levels.

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