CHSS offers its students nearly 50 bachelor’s degrees and 12 master’s degrees, along with 3 interdisciplinary degrees and other student-faculty designed majors.
Emerging from a vibrant liberal arts core, our collaborative learning environment inspires individual, social, cultural, creative, and scientific exploration. Students devise and apply innovative solutions, embrace divergent worldviews, consider the ethical implications of their actions, and communicate effectively in their professional, public, and personal lives. Together, students, faculty and staff generate knowledge, pursue research and foster life-long learning to contribute to the well-being of communities from local to global.
Please join us for the Winter Dean's Lecture Series!
"Santeria Decoded: An Approach to Understanding the Formation of an Afro Cuban Religion"
Dr. Hugo García, Associate Professor, Department of Modern & Classical Languages
Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 @ 7pm
Bellingham City Council Chambers, 210 Lottie Street
Associate Professor, Department of Modern & Classical Languages
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