JWU College of Arts & Sciences

For Emma Goldberg, Change Means Opportunity at JWU

Political Science Internships Open Doors to Opportunity

More Than a One-Trick Pony: Training Dressage Horses

Making Votes Count: Secretary of State Gorbea Talks Election Security

The Power of Communication in Conflict

Lights, Camera, Action! Welcome to JWU’s Center for Media Production

Save Time. Save Money. Stand Out.

JWU Hosts International Film Festival

Paul Sylvestre: A Positive Force for JWU

Finding Beauty in Science at JWU

Making an Impact: Changing the Economy, One Wildcat at a Time

The Path to JWU’s PA Program: Anthony DiMauro '19

Student Research Shines in Academic Symposium

#ecig: How Social Media is Changing the Ad Game

‘Our Expo’ Offers Students a Forum for Discussing Challenging Topics

Fake News and its Effects Beyond Journalism

Biology Students, Professors Delve into Algae Research

Leadership Day Focuses on Empowering Lives through Art

Life at the Equine Center

A Chat with a Diplomat: Careers in the State Department

Fast Track a Psychology Career with JWU’s New 3+2 Program

Politics, Race + Gender in Media Before, Between and Beyond Election 2016

A World Awash With Hate: Alex Neve Talks Human Rights with Students

Talking Diplomacy and Politics with Former Ambassador Joseph Paolino Jr.

The Natural Observer: Exploring Sociology with Jessica Sherwood

Political Science Students Present Real Solutions to City's Issues

Charlotte Arts Visionary on the ‘Angels in America’ Crisis that Defined His Career

Guilty Until Proven Innocent: The Jeffrey Scott Hornoff Story

The World as Your Lab: Science Writing with Avory Brookins

Immigration, Storytelling and Self-Discovery: Grace Talusan Shares Her Memoir

Rebuilding Public Trust with Mayor James Diossa

Law, Politics & Public Trust in the Digital Age

Understanding Why We Do What We Do With Neuroscientist Robert Sapolsky

JWU Students Take a Closer Look at (De)Constructing Race and Color

Building Bridges, Not Walls: NPR's Eric Deggans Shares Insights on Media & Race

Meet the New Chair of the Criminal Justice Department: Paul Sylvestre

Political Science Students Tackle  Major Issues with Warwick Mayor

What is the Gender Agenda? Millennials and Gen Z in Media & Politics

Author Grace Talusan Shares Stories with JWU Students

Liberian at Heart: A JWU Professor's Trip to Africa

2017 Arts & Sciences Senior Spotlight

Wildcats Go Behind the Scenes at Harry Connick Jr. Show in NYC

Exploring the Search for Identity with Andrew Solomon

Author Laila Lalami Kicks Off JWU Goes Global 2017

JWU Hosts 6th Annual Law & Technology Symposium

A New JWU Writer in Session

Poet Gregory Orr Visits JWU Charlotte

Uncovering the Underground Girls of Kabul with Jenny Nordberg

Investigating & Preventing Terrorism: Mike Rankin Visits JWU Denver

‘Reclaiming Conversation’ with Author Sherry Turkle

The State of RI Media & Politics: Fung, Diossa & McGowan at JWU

Saving Superman: One Student's Plan for a Providence Landmark

Cultural Life Series Kicks Off with Pollster John Zogby

Students Honored at 2016 Academic Symposium

RI Attorney General Encourages Students to Embrace Change

National Book Award Winner Jesmyn Ward Visits JWU Providence

Warwick Mayor Avedisian Brings Learning to Life

Student Org Spotlight: JWU Live

Industry Veteran Shares Insights on Breaking into TV

Sut Jhally Discusses Advertising's Social and Cultural Impact

JWU Professor Publishes Debut Novel

Author Helene Wecker Speaks at JWU

The Glass Castle Author Jeannette Walls Speaks at JWU

Media & Communications Studies Students Visit RI PBS

Students Honored at 2015 Academic Symposium

JWU + RWU Law Announce Unique 3+3 Program

Breaking New Ground in Providence: New Biology + Tech Building To Open in 2016

Emmy Nomination for JWU Professor Gagnon

Nina Tandon: Building with Biology