What does it mean to be a student in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences? Check out profiles of some of our students!
Anthropology major Jennifer Webb used a 3D printer to create exact replicas of Homo naledi fossils found in a South African cave. She also completed an internship in forensic anthropology with Servicio Medico Legal de Chile in Santiago, Chile.
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French & Cultural & Global Studies
While stepping out of her comfort zone so far from home was a daunting idea at times, Ren Crudele, a double-major in French and Cultural and Global Studies, spent her first year at CMU exploring and discovering organizations, communities and places she could call her own.
French & Political Science
|||With a major in French and a minor in Political Science, Jami Watson plans to pursue a graduate degree in intercultural communications on her path to a career in diplomacy. She spent one semester studying abroad in France and will spend her last semester at CMU studying abroad in Japan. Read Jami's profile|
|||Philosophy major Devin Brennan credits his professors with nurturing his abilities to pursue a question rigorously. “For every question that has caught my interest, there has been at least one faculty member who will take the time to guide me.” Because of their focus on excellence in undergraduate education, Brennan observes, the philosophy faculty at CMU are very accessible and are excited to work closely with students. Read Devin's profile|
|||Francesca Ferrara realized during her first philosophy class, introduction to logic, that a philosophy major would give her the skills necessary to become a successful lawyer. |
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|||As the editor-in-chief of the student-led newspaper CM Life, Emma Dale's daily life revolves around stories. But she wouldn't have it any other way. The journalism and political science double major from Grand Haven, Michigan has always wanted to be a journalist. Read Emma's profile|
|||Donovan Watts majored in political science and received the prestigious American Political Science Association Minority Fellowship. |
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|||Delaney Schoenbine is a double major in neuroscience and psychology. She is the Chippewa Marching Band's featured twirler and is an active participant in the Colleges Against Cancer student organization, a group that works to raise awareness about different cancers while also raising funds for the American Cancer Society. Read Delaney's profile|
|||As a first-generation college student, psychology major Emileigh Stoll wasn’t entirely sure what she could expect when she started school at CMU. What she found was a home. Emileigh is an honors student and a recipient of the Centralis scholarship. Read Emileigh's profile|
|||As a first-generation college student, just stepping foot on a college campus was a success for Emmanuel "Mane" Patiño Gómez. But he didn't stop there. During his time at CMU, Mane took advantage of many unique opportunities available to students. Read Mane's profile|
Archaeology Field School
As part of their Archaeological Field Methods summer course, 10 anthropology students traveled to the historic McGulpin Point Lighthouse in Emmet County to dig up the building's storied history.
CSI at CMU
CMU students were given a chance through a forensic anthropology class to investigate a fictional crime scene outside of Anspach Hall. Taught by Cathy Willermet,
faculty member, she led her students through gathering evidence, photographing, and investigating the scene as part of the exam.
Internships in State Government
The Capitol City Internship Program at CMU provies real-world experiences in Michigan legislative, executive, state and special interest offices. Katilyn Alexander, a double-major in public administration and biology, completed an internship in Lt. Gov. Brian Calley's office. Darrin Scholten, a political science major with a concentration in public administration and a minor in legal studies, completed an internship with State Representative Daniela Garcia.
Students from the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences love to travel the world and learn about other cultures.
Central Michigan University offers study abroad programs--many taught in English--in more than 40 countries. See what students have to say about their study abroad experiences!
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