Growing food on Mars is not just a plotline in the 2015 film The Martian—students in the Villanova University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences are proving its potential success.
The Villanova Match Research Program provides opportunities for motivated first-year students to pursue undergraduate research.
It’s a common occurrence to see passion meet purpose in the College for Liberal Arts and Sciences. Six Communication students created a media toolkit for the Pennsylvania Alliance Against the Trafficking of Humans
As an intern at the US Embassy in Tanzania in fall 2017, Oliver Roberts ’18 CLAS organized and led a gender empowerment presentation for Tanzanian high school girls. He created a lecture series on US History and Government to educate locally-employed Tanzanian embassy workers.
For students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, some of the most critical learning happens beyond the textbook and classroom. Eunice Lee ’18 CLAS, an Education major, can testify to that.