The College of Arts and Sciences is at the heart of Ashland’s liberal arts undergraduate experience and home to 16 academic departments, over 50 undergraduate majors and 4 graduate programs spanning the humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, mathematics and fine arts. The college is dedicated to providing opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students to engage in research or creative activity.
The Ashland University International Collaboration Research Center connects talented undergraduate researchers with a worldwide network of social scientists to help tackle some of the largest collaborative projects ever undertaken in psychological science and related fields. To date, we have collaborated with over 300 researchers in 18 countries, and these projects have resulted in 4 Ashland University undergraduate students earning co-authorship on 2 articles that have over 1,200 total citations in the published literature.
Visit ICRC's pages to learn more about our current projects, our research assistants, our scholarship program, and other activities related to the AUICRC.
Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (URCA) was established in 2009 by Dean Dawn Weber to support the scholarly work of students in the College of Arts and Sciences at Ashland University. URCA is involved in promoting collaboration between faculty and students in projects that go beyond the walls of the classroom. MORE...
The Intelligence Internship at ATIC offers a unique opportunity for college students interested in careers in intelligence. The internship provides the student with a working background in intelligence and the skills needed to become an entry level intelligence analyst in the Intelligence Community. Read More