Another Academic Year Ends!
The end of the Spring semester was naturally busy with students taking finals and finishing papers, faculty giving finals and grading, and staff trying to tie everything together so the semester (and academic year) can end smoothly. The 2018/2019 Academic Year proved to be another successful year in the School of Arts & Humanities. A growing number of students declared majors in the programs in our School. We had great art exhibitions and music and theatre performances. There was a substantial increase in the number of undergraduate research presentations by Arts & Humanities students.
We saw many students inducted into honor societies in their disciplines. We also had students inducted into Alpha Chi (the national honorary society for all majors) and, of course, an impressive group of seniors won awards at the Arts & Humanities Honors Convocation. Commencement is always a great event, and brings a sense of accomplishment to the graduating seniors. Many are on their way to careers and graduate programs.
I would like to thank the faculty, students, and staff for all their work for another great year.
Here is looking forward to next year!
Dr. Robert Frakes
Dean of the School of Arts & Humanities