Eastern Michigan University is known for its high standard of excellence; the faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences is no exception.
Faculty members of the College have a strong international presence. Many have had their talents and works published, performed or on display across the globe. Many have taught globally as well, whether at other universities or in conjunction with some of EMU's many academic study abroad courses.
CAS faculty members are also not strangers to the world of achievement. Many have received the Ronald W. Collins Distinguished Faculty Awards, university research and creative activity awards, various teaching excellence awards and other honors such as the Fulbright, National Endowment for the Humanities, Pulitzer nominations, entrance into EMU's Athletic Hall of Fame and grant funding for a variety of projects that touch local and international communities.
We are pleased to announce the Dean's 2013 Program Development Initiative. The PDI provides funding to support special projects that will create, enhance, or sustain curricular or co-curricular offerings in the College of Arts and Sciences. Funding will support activities such as program development, development and implementation of program assessment plans, community engagement activities, collaboration with external institutions, or projects that improve the sustainability of existing programs:
The College of Arts and Sciences is proud to support such dedicated and talented scholars, offering faculty travel funds to supplement university and department funding for research and creative activity: