Department of Science and Mathematics
The Science and Mathematics Department’s primary mission is to provide students with a comprehensive background in scientific and mathematical thought. It does this by providing instruction designed to help its students achieve rational thinking and creative problem solving to develop the flexibility of thought they will need in order to cope with continuing changes in the world; and to comprehend and adapt to specific technical and philosophical changes in their chosen professional disciplines.
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|"Woody Allen, Daniel Tosh, and R. Kelly: Does Separating Art from Artist Perpetuate Violence Against Women?"|
This event, hosted by Jim DeRogatis, is part of the What’s the Big Idea? Honors Program discussion series.
|LAS Selects Winners of Two New Faculty Awards|
The two awards are the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences/Ellen Stone Belic Institute for the Study of Women and Gender in the Arts and Media Faculty Fellowship, and the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences Faculty Awards for Scholarly and Creative Achievement.
|Spring 2014 LAS Dean's Lecture: "Talking Trash: Waste, Sprawl, and the Future of the Seas"|
Join Dean Deborah H. Holdstein for the Spring 2014 LAS Dean’s Lecture as she welcomes Dr. Steven H. Corey, who will provide a lively overview of issues surrounding the urbanization of the shore and our use of oceans as dumping grounds.
|Art and Materials Conservation Program Mentioned in Chicago Sun-Times Article|
The story, which quotes Columbia College Chicago's new President, Dr. Kwang-Wu Kim, is titled, "Colleges feel pressure to help produce, deliver technology training."