Students of Suzanne Henderson's three-credit Holy Land course discuss issues and wrestle with their preconceived notions of this Middle East entity and the narratives behind its warring.
Audience Participation Required
A Psychology undergrad, Conrad Ricamora '01 is singing and dancing his way to critical acclaim in the Off-Broadway hit, Here Lies Love.
Queens Alumna Receives Fulbright Scholarship
Stephanie Bello '12 says her Queens experience shaped her life direction and prepared her for the journey ahead.
Pulitzer Prize Finalist
Professor Morri Creech joins a prestigious group of individuals honored with the award.
A Musical Life
Friends call him the consummate artist, but when Paul Nitsch performs chamber music around the world, audiences hear a man sharing his joy.
College of Arts & Sciences
The mission of the College of Arts & Sciences is to draw on intellectual traditions to cultivate a life of integrity, foster inquiry, spark imagination, nourish the spirit, and prepare students to serve and to lead, embracing the challenges of a complex world.
Our vision is for the College of Arts & Sciences to be recognized as a catalyst for passionate curiosity, curricular innovation, collaborative scholarship, and creativity. We will serve the university and the community as an intellectual and cultural hub that connects the arts, sciences, and humanities.
Each and every one of us has potential, a unique potential that is all our own. Your job is to discover the potential within you, feed and nurture it, and bring it forth in all its glory. Your job is to thrive. Our job is to help you in your quest to fulfill your potential
How? By offering a unique educational experience that is personal and supportive with a challenging curriculum that goes way beyond the confines of the classroom walls, offered in an ideal location. Our learning environment features small class sizes, an award-winning faculty, low student-faculty ratio and a caring, close-knit community for support.
Our innovative interaction approach features a team-taught liberal arts curriculum that is a model for schools nationwide. It is coupled with an international program that sends almost 90% of our students overseas and an internship program that offers students more than 325 sites across Charlotte and abroad.
Our location offers you the best of both worlds: a compact and intimate campus in a tree-lined residential neighborhood only minutes away from the action and excitement of uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, one of the fastest-growing business and cultural centers in the nation.
Put all these pieces together and you have the kind of university experience that will lead you to discover your unique potential.
From our beginning, Queens has offered a liberal arts curriculum - a curriculum that has grown throughout the years to include 28 majors and a healthy variety of concentrations.
In 1979, we named this traditional liberal arts undergraduate program, the College of Arts and Science, making it fully co-educational in 1987.
We adopted the innovative Core Program in 1989, and in the same year, established the John Belk International Program. Today, we continue to add to and enhance the undergraduate program in order to make the experience more unique for you.
Queens' biology and environmental science department to develop eagle migration curriculum
Queens' biology and environmental science department to develop eagle migration curriculum Read More
Dr. Alexa Royden appointed interim Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and the Cato School of Education
Dr. Alexa Royden appointed interim Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and the Cato School of Education Read More
The Writing Life: How a Queens professor fell in love with words
The Writing Life: How a Queens professor fell in love with words Read More
MFA Instructor Claudia Rankine receives the $50,000 Jackson Poetry Prize
MFA Instructor Claudia Rankine receives the $50,000 Jackson Poetry Prize Read More
MFA Instructor Emily Fox Gordon is awarded a 2014 Guggenheim Fellowship
MFA Instructor Emily Fox Gordon is awarded a 2014 Guggenheim Fellowship Read More
From Ellis Island to the Queens City: Hispanic Immigration Geography and Charlotte in the 21st Century presented by Dr. Owen J. Furuseth, UNC-Charlotte
Over the past two decades, Charlotte, NC has been experiencing a fundamental demographic restructuring. Traditional economic and social constructs, built around African-American and White populations, have been challenged by a new stream of Hispanic immigrants. View Event
This lecture will explore the multi-faceted world of shamanism. Dr. Chacon will draw from his decades of working with indigenous shamans (both in the Amazon Basin and in the Andean Highlands). View Event
The true story of a wealthy, physically disabled risk taker, the picture of established French nobility, who lost his wife in an accident and whose world is turned upside down when he hires ... Morea young, good-humored, black Muslim ex-con as his caretaker. View Event
Russell Crandall will discuss sections from his latest book-- America's Dirty Wars: Irregular Warfare from 1776 to the War on Terror- that address U.S. policy in Latin America since the Cold War. View Event