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Academic departments in the College of Letters and Science.
College of Letters and Science centers and affiliations including a museum of natural history and the Center for Athletic Scheduling.
Majors administered by the College of Letters and Science.


Associate Professor of Mathematics
Professor Knapp launched the Math and Parent Partners program at UW-Stevens Point and has presented at the university’s Women in Science Day.

College of Letters and Science

The College-at-the-Core

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Letters and Science strives to serve the region, the state and the world through:

  • academic excellence that fosters students’ career preparation, professional expertise, civic responsibility, personal development and global adaptability
  • research and learning that generate new knowledge and new insights, which through their application, promote economic development, community well-being, personal fulfillment and lifelong learning
  • dedication to the public good through leadership and service grounded in the foundational ideals of liberal education, robust academic majors, a vibrant general education program and an overarching embrace of academic and personal integrity
  • adherence to the Principles of Excellence established for Liberal Education and America’s Promise by the Association of American Colleges and Universities

The College-at-the-Core delivers a well-rounded fundamental education for our next generation of leaders. Explore our website to learn more.


Academic departments

The College of Letters and Science is home to 13 distinct academic departments:


April 4, 7 p.m. The Roots of the Central American Child Migrant Crisis, Sonia Nazario, Latin American and Caribbean Speaker Series, DUC Theater.

April 6, 6 p.m. Revenge of Sprocketman: Urban Sustainability and Disappointment in 1970s Bike Battles, James Longhurst, CPS 116.

April 12, 7 p.m. Problematic Plastics: Effects on Brain and Behavior, Heather Molenda-Figueira (Psychology), Community Lecture Series, Portage County Public Library.

April 13, 4 p.m. Ecological Identity Matters: Deep Ecology and Conservation Psychology, Chris Diehm (Philosophy), Faculty Forum, CCC 330.

May 5, 11 a.m. New Science Building groundbreaking, Lot X and Science Building Hansen Lobby.

May 6, 2 p.m. Undergraduate Research Symposium, Science Building.

May 10, 7 p.m. Cultivating Tomorrow's Leaders: The Value of the Model United Nations Experience, Mert Kartal (Political Science), Community Lecture Series, Portage County Public Library.