Welcome to the College of Arts and Science
We are the oldest college west of the Mississippi and the largest division at MU. The college provides its more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students with liberal education programs in fine and performing arts, humanities, and social and natural sciences. In addition, the college is responsible for teaching most of the core courses required of all undergraduate students on campus. Read more...
- Theater Professor Cheryl Black Recognized for Scholarly and Artistic Contributions
- Girls Lead Boys in Academic Achievement Globally (MU News Bureau)
- Houston writer and MU English alumna Lacy Johnson is a finalist for two national awards (Houston Chronicle)
- The College Says Goodbye to Larry Dale Clark and Loren Reid
- Evaluations that Consider School Resources Could Fairly, Accurately Assess Teacher Performance (MU News Bureau)
- MU Researcher Recognized for Contributions to Nanomedicine (MU News Bureau)
- Ancient Fossils Reveal Potential Risk of Rise in Parasitic Infections Due to Climate Change (MU News Bureau)
- Museum of Anthropology Receives Impressive Stone Tools
- James Birchler Joins Prestigious Group of Inventors
- 550 Million Year Old Fossils Provide New Clues about Fossil Formation (MU News Bureau)
- Study Explains Ancient Animal Fossilization
- Three A&S Faculty Members Named AAAS Fellows, College of Arts and Science, MU
- MU Scientist and Inventor Contributes to the Study of Cell Genetics (MU News Bureau)
“We Always Swing®” Jazz Series presents: An Evening with Branford MarsalisSunday, February 8, 7:00 p.m.Missouri Theatre
Spend GRAMMY® night with a multi-GRAMMY® winner! The “We Always Swing®” Jazz Series 20th anniversary season-long celebration continues with Branford Marsalis. Don’t miss the 2014-2015 A&S Signature Concert. For tickets and more information call 573-449-3009, visit the box office at 21 N. Tenth St., or go online at wealwaysswing.org.
A Taste of Arts and ScienceSaturday, February 28 from 8:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.Jesse Wrench Auditorium, Memorial Union
Alumni, students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to enjoy a taste of the College of Arts and Science. The day will be filled with delicious food, interesting lectures, and good company.
To register, please complete this registration packet or contact Amanda Schlink at 573-884-4482 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost is $25 per person and includes breakfast and lunch. For more information, visit http://coas.missouri.edu/events/taste.shtml.
NEH Grant Application-writing WorkshopThursday, March 19 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Mark Twain Ballroom, Memorial Union
Faculty and staff members at universities across Missouri are invited to a grant-writing workshop coordinated by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The workshop will include a general overview of NEH programs and initiatives, followed by a session devoted to specific issues involved in the writing and review of applications, including tips and strategies.