School of Arts and Sciences
What We Do
The School of Arts and Sciences is the academic home of Utica College's broad selection of programs in the natural sciences, mathematics, humanities, and social sciences.
Home to numerous academic programs, Utica College’s School of Arts and Sciences provides students with a strong foundation of knowledge, real world experiences, and the ability to think critically and engage with crucial issues facing society.
The School of Arts and Sciences is home to academic programs in two divisions:
- Natural Sciences and Mathematics
- Humanities and Social Sciences
The School of Arts and Sciences sponsors and manages a number of cultural and co-curricular activities at Utica College, which include:
- The Advisory Committee for the Health Professions
The Advisory Committee for the Health Professionals is designed primarily as a resource for pre-health professional students at Utica College.
- The Applied Ethics Institute
The Applied Ethics Institute promotes public discussion of contemporary ethical issues within the college, professional and civic groups, and the broader community.
- The Asa Gray Biological Society
The Asa Gray Biological Society is a student-run organization that fosters connections between biology students and faculty while promoting biological research and education.
- The Center for Historical Research
The Center for Historical Research provides resources and assistance to students, faculty, and members of the community, who are working on local and global history projects.
- The Center of Public Affairs and Election Research
The Center seeks to serve citizens, students, journalists, and scholars by providing research, commentary, and analyses of state, national, and international politics.
- The Jackson Lunch Hour Series
The Harry F. and Mary Ruth Jackson Lunch Hour Series is a program that brings musical and literary enrichment each week to the Utica College community.
- The James Sherman Society
The James Sherman Society is a non-partisan, student organization focused on politics and current affairs. The goal of this organization is to provide an opportunity for all students interested in political science to discuss issues.
- Model United Nations Club
The Model United Nations Club at Utica College is focused on teaching students’ debate, interpersonal communication, and research skills in preparation for the annual Model UN conference that Utica College attends, the Harvard National Model United Nations in February (HNMUN).
- Theatrical Performances
The Utica College Theatre Department produces two plays each year, involving students and community members alike.
- The Utica College Regional Science Fair
The Utica College Regional Science Fair is open to grades 7-12. The winning project has an opportunity to present their project at the INTEL ISEF national science fair.
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