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Welcome Faculty and Staff

The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences provides opportunities, leadership, and administrative support for faculty and staff to grow in their scholarly and professional work.

CLAS supports the mechanisms and processes for research, teaching, working with students and conducting the day-to-day business of managing the college’s academic units.

Use the resources available here to support your scholarly efforts and to network for professional and academic development.


CLAS News from Deans' Notes

CLAS Deans' Notes Spotlight | June 15, 2017

Alum Living a Baseball Dream for Thesis Project

Andy Sturt graduated in 2016 with a BA in Communication and is currently in his second and final year at Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism, and Hospitality Management (STHM) where he is pursuing my MS in Sports Business with an emphasis on marketing. As part of his thesis project, Stuart is spending the summer going around the country to baseball parks and games. His experiences are documented on his blog:

Conflict of Interest (COI) Reporting Period Coming Soon

The Conflict of Interest (COI) reporting period will begin August 14.  This is particularly important if you plan to submit a grant application after this date.  The government requires COI disclosure before proposals may be submitted. 

Psi Chi Student Made Award Winning Video

Psychology Psi Chi Honor Society student Michael Harris has received one of the top honors in the 2016-2017 Noba + Psi Chi Student Video Awards. His video, entitled Personality Traits – The Big 5 and More, beat out a field of very strong contenders submitted by other Psi Chi members from across the country to claim one of the top spots. In addition to receiving a cash award of $1,500, Harris’s video is also now included in Noba Psychology's digital textbooks, to be seen by psychology students around the world.

Advising Office has New Phone Numbers

The CLAS Advisors and the Office have new numbers:

Main Number                       303-315-7100

Alvarez, Cecilio                   303-315- 7115

Bond, Tim                             303-315-7111

Carrington, Jaimie             303-315-7119

Coffey, Sheryl                      303-315-7109

Cummings, Miriam             303-315-7112

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New Fall Classes for Non-native English Speakers

CLAS, OIA, and the ESL Academy are pleased to announce two new 3-credit classes offered through Extended Education to support interested ESOL speakers. The courses are taught by ESOL/ESL experts and were designed for non-native speakers. The courses can count as electives, and students are free to take either. Next semester we plan to offer the courses at different time so students can take both if needed. Please share these fliers with your Department's advisors, students, and instructional staff who may wish to make students aware of these opportunities.

The courses include:

  • ENGL 1009 Academic Research and Writing for the Disciplines
  • COMM 4710/5710 Crafting Academic Speaking and Listening

Students will need to register via EXTENDED studies, as the fliers indicate.


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