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The Weight of Whiteness: New book by Dr. Alison Bailey

In her new book, Dr. Alison Bailey explores the ways white supremacy and privilege operate like an anesthesia, desensitizing white people to the inherited damage of whiteness on collective...
Dr. Diane Zosky

Dean delivers Fall 2020 Address, hosts awards ceremony

Due to the continuing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Interim Dean Dr. Diane Zosky has published her address on the college website and has recorded it, as well.
Craig Gatto and Craig C. McLauchlan

College thanks chairs and directors

The College of Arts and Sciences thanks Dr. Craig Gatto and Dr. Craig C. McLauchlan for their outstanding service.

Graduating senior assessment survey

Take a moment to fill out our program assessment survey, recent grads!
Dr. Diane Zosky

Dean delivers Spring 2020 Address

Interim Dean Dr. Diane Zosky emphasizes that the important work being conducted across the College of Arts and Sciences continues in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic and its unprecedented effects.
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Study in dark: Philosopher explores dark side of humanity in Great Courses

Philosophy Professor Daniel Breyer of Illinois State is among the 1 percent of the world's college faculty to be invited to teach for The Great Courses series.
Student and Dr. Lisa Szczepura

March 19 CAS Lecture canceled, alternate date to be announced

The Spring College of Arts and Sciences Lecture, which was originally scheduled to be delivered by Dr. Lisa Szczepura on March 19, has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date.

Bike repair workshop offered, March 3

Get your bike in shape for the spring by joining Dijon Duncan and Dr. Ela Przybylo at this women and nonbinary event!
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Philosophy Colloquium: Responsibility and practical stakes, March 18

Professor of Philosophy Daniel Breyer of Illinois State University will give a talk titled “Responsibility and Practical Stakes” for the Philosophy Colloquium at 5 p.m. Thursday, February 20.
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Philosophy scholarship

The Department of Philosophy seeks essays on any philosophical topic for the Scott Elliott Essay Prize 2020.