CLS Instructors Awarded for Excellence in Teaching

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Three CLS instructors were awarded for their dedication to student success this spring. Please join us in celebrating the work of these inspiring educators!

Conflict Resolution in the Patient-Provider Relationship

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CLS instructor, Kay Ham, discussed the principles of conflict resolution in the patient-provider relationship at a Culture of Quality conference this year.

2015 Spring Convocation Highlights

College of Liberal Studies Convocation - Spring 2015

This May, the College of Liberal Studies conferred degrees on a group of highly deserving bachelor’s and master’s degree candidates.

Cool Class at CLS – Comparative Justice Systems

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This CLS class provides insight into the various justice systems of the world by comparing the legal and criminal justice systems of six different nations.

Cool Class at CLS – Chinese Culture and Civilization

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Cool Class at CLS – Chinese Culture and Civilization explores the dynamic history and contemporary legacy of Chinese culture and society.

CLS Staff Recognized for Outstanding Contributions

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CLS staff members were recognized for their outstanding dedication and contributions to CLS at the 2015 State of Outreach Conference in February.

New Recruitment Specialist Joins FSS Team

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CLS welcomes a new member to its future student services team! Kasey Moore recruits new students for the college, focusing on military and law enforcement.

Cool Class at CLS – Intro to World Cultural Studies

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Cool Class at CLS – Intro to World Cultural Studies teaches students to thrive in any foreign environment with the practical skills of cultural fluency.

Cool Class at CLS – Psychosocial Aspects of Disability

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Psychosocial Aspects of Disability provides an in depth examination of key topics to provide vivid insight into the experience of living with a disability.

Learning How to Learn: Reflecting on the Work of Alvin Toffler

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Frank Rodriquez reflects on the work of Alvin Toffler and the need to continuously strive to “learn, unlearn, and relearn.”

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