College of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Research and Scholarly Works

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Students Hannah Wing (L) and Kerry Kaleba conduct research for their Field School for Cultural Documentation class at Arlington National Cemetery.

Students and faculty in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences engage in research, analysis and creative work that address essential questions about our lives and our world. The college's range is wide, from traditional humanities such as English and philosophy to interdisciplinary social sciences such as bio-archeology and neuroscience.  Particularly strong in interdisciplinary scholarship, the college addresses fundamental questions about human life and value in order to provide cutting-edge solutions to pressing social problems.

College faculty

  • Conduct research that expands theoretical and applied knowledge on local, national, and global levels
  • Engage in productive research collaborations with each other and with undergraduate and graduate students
  • Provide service to their scholarly communities through leadership positions in scholarly organizations, editorships of academic journals, service on review panels, and public presentations
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