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Academic departments in the College of Letters and Science.
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College of Letters and Science centers and affiliations including a museum of natural history and the Center for Athletic Scheduling.
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Majors administered by the College of Letters and Science.
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Assistant Professor of Social Work
Prof. Bowers teaches a variety of social work classes, and coordinates the social work field education program.

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:

Events

March 8, 4 p.m. Mitigating Turtle Road Mortality Along Highway 66 at Jordan Pond, Peter Zani (Biology), Faculty Forum, CCC 321.

March 13, 6:30 p.m. The Morality of Drone Warfare, David Chan (Philosophy), Community Lecture Series, Portage County Public Library.

April 10, 6:30 p.m. Building Connections: The Connections Project, Erica Ringelspaugh and David Roloff (English), Community Lecture Series, Portage County Public Library.

April 12, 4 p.m. Why Should Science and Academia Even Matter to Society At-Large? Neil Heywood (Geography and Geology), Faculty Forum, CCC 321.

May 2, 4 p.m. La Tempe(s)te, Fifty Years Later: A Sequel to Aime Cesaire's A Tempest, the Rewriting of Shakespeare, Alek Toumi (World Languages and Literatures), Faculty Forum, CCC 213.

May 8, 6:30 p.m. The Modern Age of Space Exploration, Adriana Durbala (Physics and Astronomy), Community Lecture Series, Portage County Public Library.

June 21, 8 a.m. Great Lakes Analytics in Sports Conference, Dreyfus University Center.