Henry Kendall College of Arts and Sciences challenges, enriches and expands your conceptions of the world. Be prepared to ask compelling questions, address complex problems with creative solutions, engage respectfully and knowledgeably with diverse people and cultures, and contribute to the advancement of society in meaningful ways.
The Student Experience
In the Kendall College of Arts & Sciences, take classes that spark self-discovery and lead to you to research the tough questions. Step outside the classroom to engage in our numerous student organizations, and intern with employers who inspire careers. Together, let's cultivate your boundless potential.
We cannot forget that as a nation we have not recovered from the 200+ years of the disease that is racism, which has transformed and infected our social structures.
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Student opportunities are only as limited as your imagination. From studying fossils under a microscope to hanging your painting in our art gallery, tailor your studies and activities to shape your career by using our state-of-the-art facilities, labs, collections and academic journals. Give your resume an international twist with our global education program, and let our alumni network embolden your first career steps.
Studying abroad has been one of the best experiences that could’ve come my way at this time in my life. It’s given me the freedom to come into my own while also challenging me.
Alex Isaak, Media Studies, Creative Writing
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In search of ancient hunters and gatherers
Unable to travel to abroad because of COVID-19, anthropology professor Danielle Macdonald and graduate student Audra Whitehurse nevertheless kept the wheels turning on their research into the lives and technologies of ancient Near Eastern hunter-gatherers.
Chair of Psychology Robert Tett and his team are meta-analyzing results of all studies of personality in the workplace, separating confirmatory and exploratory studies and looking at other factors that affect the strength of linkages between personality traits and on-the-job performance.
- Dear Bob: Bob Dylan’s 1966 fan mail finally sees the light of day
- At the intersection of public art and historical trauma
- Unveiling light, discovering wonder: A review of Sarah Ahmad’s Cosmic Veils
- Economics research: Public school funding and Oklahoma’s lagging chargeables
- Statement from TU’s Office of Diversity & Engagement