The College of Arts and Sciences is a vibrant academic community at the heart of the university undergraduate experience. Grounded in liberal arts, students prepare for careers in science, business, the arts, education, communication, government and service organizations as well as for professional programs and graduate school. Each department is committed to giving students unlimited opportunities to shine and each is devoted to graduating students who are ready to take on the world as confident, competent leaders.
U.S. Ambassador Susan Jacobs to Speak at Ashland University
October 1,2013 / 7 p.m.
Faculty Room, Upper Convocation Center
Ambassador Susan Jacobs will speak on the subject of Families Separated by International Borders for the Ashland University College of Arts & Sciences Symposium Against Indifference. Ambassador Jacobs, Special Advisor for U.S. Department of State's Office of Children's Issues, assists parents, children and families in matters related to intercountry adoption and international parental child abductions. Latin American countries are the most common destination of reported parental abductions, for example the Sean Goldman case that threatened U.S./Brazil relations.
New Undergraduate Communication Program Highlighted in Journal
Ashland University's new Health and Risk Communication Program was recenlty highlighted in the Journal of Risk and Crisis Communication.
People interested in health and safety careers will gain the necessary skills to effectively message to publics who are vulnerable, at risk or in crisis situations. These skills sets are critical in modern day society and as natural and man-made crises will continue to occur, effective messaging is critical to keeping the public and organizations safe. Read More
Influence Policy & Protect Our Country
The Intelligence Program at ATIC offers a unique opportunity for college students interested in careers in intelligence.
The program provides the student with a working background in intelligence and the skills needed to become an entry level intelligence analyst in the Intelligence Community.
The combination of a college degree, the Intelligence Program at ATIC and the security clearance available provides unmatched marketability to students upon graduation.
This program provides a valuable tool to the student when looking for employment after graduation and will open up more doors of opportunity for the student to walk through. Read More
Under the direction of Leonard Salvo, Ashland University director of bands, the Ashland Area Community Concert Band (AACCB) and Ashland University Wind... more