UA art twins named as finalists by Cleveland Museum of Art
Encouraged by Distinguished Professor Mark Soppeland, the sisters created competition projects in a class at UA's Myers School of Art.
Steampunk version of ‘Godspell’ opens in November
In this unique production, Steampunk combines Victorian elegance with advanced technology to help convey the musical’s messages of rebirth and rebuilding.
Same mission, different tactics: soldier turns student
Michael Kohler's military career with the U.S. Army ended abruptly when he was injured in Baghdad. Twenty-one surgeries later, his mission, like his leg, remains intact: to serve the public.
Work of UA students on exhibit as part of Akron Art Prize competition
Voting continues until Oct. 4 in the Akron Art Prize competition. You can visit downtown venues to enjoy the work of UA artists and vote for your favorite works.
Political scholar John Green examines ‘Mormon Paradox’ in new book
The work is the first full-length, scholarly work on Mormons in American politics — providing a thorough study of what Mormons are like politically and how non-Mormons respond to Mormon candidates.
What is Next for Graduates of the College of Arts & Sciences?
Research Spotlight: Bliss Institute
Bliss Institute Professors Explore Buckeye Politics
"Buckeye Battleground: Ohio, Campaigns, and Elections in the Twenty-First Century," a book authored by Bliss Institute professors Daniel Coffey, John Green, David Cohen and Stephen Brooks, is a comprehensive compendium of information on national elections in the context of Ohio politics. Learn More
English major sets sights on law
For Jaclyn McGuire, law was a long time interest. And at 16, an internship as a paralegal assistant further ignited her desire to pursue a law degree. Choosing a university was an equally easy choice for the Twinsburg, Ohio native. At UA, she quickly felt at home, and recognized that the opportunities available at UA would help her reach her ultimate goal.
McGuire majored in English, a degree she managed to earn in three years. Following Commencement on May 7, the Honors to Law program member and Kappa Kappa Gamma alumna will begin preparing for the next step in her journey. McGuire joins UA’s School of Law this fall, having earned the prestigious Board of Trustees’ Scholarship to cover her tuition and expenses.
Contemplating her future, McGuire says “I look forward to using the writing skills I’ve gained throughout my time at UA. I feel prepared to go to law school. And I’m committed to doing what I love.”