School of Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts in Action

Productive partnerships: Historian David Woolner and director Ken Burns share insights about the Roosevelts in a recent documentary screening and symposium in Washington, DC. Recently published by the University of North Carolina Press, Dr. Sally Dwyer-McNulty's book has already garnered critical praise as a "splendid piece of scholarship." See the History Department website for additional details.Student Joshua Heath '14 explores key issues in international security at the 2014 Student World Affairs Conference. See "News" for additional information. Students and faculty have collaborated on a new scholarly journal based at Marist. See "News" for a link to their work. Eight students recently traveled to Savannah, GA, to present their scholarly and creative work at a national English honor society conference. See "News" for additional information. Going global: Three SLA students recently won prestigious grants to pursue their studies abroad. See "News" for their stories. The new Marist Core features innovative First Year Seminars taught by faculty from a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds. Here, professors of English, Philosophy, and Spanish confer about the course.  Texting, 16th-century style: Dr. John O'Neill, Head of Library at the Hispanic Society of America Museum, gives Marist students a firsthand look at classic Spanish literature.  Working at the Marist Insitute for Public Opinion with nationally renowned expert Dr. Lee Miringoff gives students hands-on political science experience. Food for thought: Students enjoy a farm-to-table meal as part of their investigation of ethical approaches to food in Dr. Joseph Campisi's Honors Ethics course.

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Alumna Profile
Rebecca Moy '03
A semester abroad helped Rebecca Moy add Madrid to the places she calls "home." She now lives and works in  Spain. Read more >>

oliver theatre

Here's to the stage! The Marist Theatre Program offers 13 scholarships to incoming freshmen each year.