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Schaumburg 1400 N. Roosevelt Blvd.Schaumburg, IL 60173(847) 619-7300
Every student at Roosevelt benefits from our College of Arts and Sciences, the University’s largest college. Featuring more than 60 majors and minors across 10 departments, it serves as the foundation for Roosevelt's liberal arts education. This valuable exposure to a rich variety of disciplines and ideas develops each student’s broad platform of knowledge, while honing critical skills in communication and reasoning. Students seeking degrees within the college choose from an extensive range of traditional liberal arts, applied professional and progressive interdisciplinary options, all tailored for today’s dynamic career landscape.
The distinguished faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences foster a progressive learning environment.. Because these exceptional educators are also accomplished professionals in their fields, classroom instruction is complemented by their presence in community and cultural affairs. As a result, students develop a deep connection to civic involvement and are primed to put their knowledge and leadership into action.
College of Arts and Sciences events (lectures, gallery openings, panel discussions, film screenings, conferences, etc.) enrich our academic community and the surrounding communities we serve.
In a wide ranging interview with Filter Photo, Roosevelt University Photography Professor Michael Ensdorf talks about the Gage Gallery, its many cutting-edge documentary photo exhibits as well as his own career as a photographer and curator.
Professor Paul Green asks whether the Democratic Party’s left wing will start making serious political noise about moving their party to the left as 2016 looms closer.
Roosevelt University political science Professor Paul Green discusses the current influx of unaccompanied children coming from Central America on ABC7 Chicago.
The exhibit includes 50 black-and-white shots taken by Chicago Tribune photographer Scott Strazzante using an iPhone that he holds unassumingly just above the hip.
Roosevelt University Professor Emeritus of History Christopher R. Reed is the lead researcher of a National Endowment for the Humanities project that has begun to uncover a flourishing African American arts scene in Chicago prior to the Great Depression.