“The professors were really willing to work with me when I had to be gone for weeks at a time.”
Biology major, traveling
Dr. Courtney Waid-Lindberg's recent published article explores the connection between criminology and sociology. MORE
Dr. Peter Ramey's article examining Old English literature has been published. MORE
Dr. Erin Fouberg was named an editor for Atlas of the 2012 Elections. MORE
Professor of German Dr. Ginny Lewis has translated Zsigmond Moricz’s novel, “Sárarany.” MORE
Associate History Professor Dr. Steven Usitalo traveled to educational conferences in the U.S. and abroad and published a piece in a literary journal. MORE
NSU Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Alyssa Anderson will take study-abroad students to Gerace Research Centre
on March 5-15, 2015. MORE
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The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest academic unit at Northern, with about one-third of Northern students majoring in programs through the college.
The CAS is divided into three departments:
• History, Sociology, Political Science and Geography
• Languages, Literature and Communication Studies
• Biology, Chemistry and Physics, and Mathematics
Learn on the job, across the globe
These departments administer dynamic internships, where students are placed in the community to gain firsthand experience in public and private agencies, schools, businesses and social service agencies. The CAS also organizes learning experiences across the U.S. and abroad.
While dedicated to classroom instruction, our faculty members work on a wide range of challenging research that often results in publication. See the Publications
page for their current and previously published academic research and areas of expertise.
Regional education and events