The WNMU Millennium III Honors Program students traveled to Marfa, TX to view the art work of Donald Judd, famous modern artist. The Millennium III Honors students travel each semester as part of their course work. For information contact Scott Fritz, Ph.D. at: Scott.Fritz@wnmu.edu
WNMU awarded a planning grant from NM EPSCoR to move New Mexico to be the first ever Long Term Educational Research (LTEdR) Site. Planning meeting will be held in Socorro, NM later this Spring.
Marine Biology lecture field course will be offered Summer 14 including 2 wks of marine field studies in Sonora, Mexico. If you are interested contact the Professor immediately to discuss course details at firstname.lastname@example.org or 575.538.6640. View WNMU Marine Biology Course at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152207317659647
Congratulations! to Expressive Arts Visiting Assistant Professor, John Abbott who has been selected as next month's Artist of the Month at Pierogi Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. Abbott exhibits his work internationally.
Chicano/Chicana Hemispheric Studies-CCHS held its First International Women's Day @WNMU. Dr. Maria Trillo presented a history of women trailblazers. Pictured with Dr. Trillo are adjunct professors, Dr. Pilar Gascon-Rus (CCHS), Dr. Joanne Connors (Social Sciences).
The WNMU Chemistry Program secured funding for $31,075 to purchase a nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer through the Freeport McMoRan Community Investment Program. The acquisition of this instrument fulfills a critical need to help WNMU students stay on par to receive a high quality science education. Congratulations to Dr. Kadavakollu & Dr.White!
The College of Arts and Sciences contains six departments (Chicano/Chicana and Hemispheric Studies, Expressive Arts, Humanities, Math and Computer Science, Natural Sciences,
and Social Sciences), offering a choice of twenty-three undergraduate majors; it has a strong presence in the Master's of Interdisciplinary Studies programs.
The College of Arts & Sciences prepares students for a wide variety of careers or to continue their studies in graduate schools, medical or law schools,
or other professional programs. The home for general education courses for students enrolled in WNMU’s other colleges, the College of Arts and Sciences plays a vital role
in the university's mission of student learning, with a core foundation in the liberal arts.
The College of Arts and Sciences features wide ranging fields of knowledge and is the 'CASa' to a diverse family of Faculty, Students, and Staff. We welcome you to explore our various departments and we welcome you to stop by and visit. We are located on the first floor of the Global Resources Center (GRC) in room D.
Jose Herrera, Ph.D., Professor and Dean
Check out video taken by Richard Helbock, a student of the new Outdoor program shot at Balmorhea State Park: