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.

EMU Resources for Conducting Research/Scholarship/Creative Activity During the Covid-19 Pandemic

EMU has developed a preparedness and response plan for research to keep faculty, staff, and students safe while working. Please note that conditions could change quickly due to Governor Whitmer's Executive Orders, recommendations from the CDC, Washtenaw County Health Department, and other expert advice. The plan was built to allow for flexibility due to changing conditions. Specific requirements and the phase of research will be communicated by the Provost's Office. Please visit the EMU Research site for more information.  To apply for access to campus, go to the Requesting Access to Research Labs or Studios When COVID-19 Restrictions are in Place form.

Professional Development Awards 2020-21

Through a generous gift from the Game Above organization, and the "Faculty First" Initiative, The Dean's Faculty Professional Development Awards (PDAs) will provide grant funding to support faculty professional development activities for the 2020-21 academic year. A total of $46,500 has been set aside for these awards.  To find out more about this great opportunity and apply, please visit the 2020-21 Faculty Professional Development Award Application.

Travel Support

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. The Faculty Travel Application is now in electronic form. Please click the link below to access:

Dennis M. Beagen Undergraduate Symposium Keynote Speaker

Access the online application for the Dennis M. Beagan Undergraduate Symposium Keynote Speaker

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