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The College of Arts & Sciences Office of Communications is responsible for helping shape and execute the overarching communications strategy for the College, advancing key priorities of the Dean to broad and diverse audiences, and connecting these priorities to larger conversations. It also manages the daily operation of the College’s central communications channels, including the website, email, and social media accounts, and guides the College’s media engagement.

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College of Arts & Sciences Style Guide

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Our Comms team spans the web, magazine, Zoomcasts, email, traditional media, and social media channels with the goal of sharing and telling the story of the College of Arts & Science’s integrated education and productive research in the natural sciences, humanities, social sciences, and fine arts.  Contact our team with questions, comments, or suggestions.


The Latest College News

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New Report Outlines Best Practices for Parents and Educators in the Digital Age

A new research review from developmental psychologist Rachel Barr provides recommendations for how parents and educators can reap the benefits of digital media while mitigating many potential downsides

January 29, 2024

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How Machine Learning Could Transform Work in Physics Labs Across the Country  

Recently published research from Bradley Fugetta (C’23), Gen Yin and collaborators could transform the way physics labs around the world study the magnetic properties of different materials

January 22, 2024

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Anna De Fina (G’99) Knighted by the Italian Republic

Anna De Fina (G’99), a renowned linguist in the College of Arts & Sciences, was knighted in the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic

December 21, 2023