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RIGHT AT HOME, IN A GLOBAL COMMUNITY

In the UW-Stevens Point College of Letters and Science, students are given a robust liberal arts preparation for careers that lead changes, serve others, and bring about innovations in the sciences. The college encompasses four schools organized with departments that share disciplines with shared research interests and teaching approaches. Our faculty are active researchers and gifted teachers.

Our faculty put a high priority on collaborating with students in research and discovery. These are critical skills for success and we’re passionate about guiding students toward the in-demand careers of the future. College of Letters and Science faculty are active researchers and gifted teachers. Get to know them:

Meet Your Dean and Assistant Deans

Joshua Hagen

  • Dean, College of Letters and Science
College of Letters and Science

Jason D’Acchioli

  • Assistant Dean, School of Biology, Chemistry, and Biochemistry
  • Professor of Chemistry
College of Letters and Science, Department of Chemistry, School of Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry
715-346-2297

Craig Wendorf

  • Professor of Psychology
  • Assistant Dean, School of Behavioral and Social Sciences
College of Letters and Science, Department of Psychology, School of Behavioral and Social Sciences
715-346-2304

Tobias Barske

  • Assistant Dean, School of Humanities and Global Studies
  • Professor of German Applied Linguistics
College of Letters and Science, School of Humanities and Global Studies
715-346-4406

Cindy McCabe

  • Assistant Dean, School of Mathematics, Computing, Physics, and Astronomy
  • Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences
College of Letters and Science, Department of Mathematical Sciences, School of Mathematics, Computing, Physics and Astronomy
715-346-2085

Why Choose the College of Letters and Science?

Our programs provide students with frequent opportunities for hands-on learning

Connections Project

The Department of English offers a range of student-centered activities and prepares students for a rewarding teaching career. Our program includes The Connection Project which pairs pre-service teachers at UWSP with diverse learners from high schools around the state. UWSP pre-service teachers work with the high school students through virtual lessons and discussions before presenting their work during a culminating campus visit. Connections gives students tremendous experience before they even set foot in a formal student teaching role in their final semester of college.
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By the Numbers

The College of Letters and Science faculty put a high priority on collaborating with students in research and discovery. We’re passionate about guiding students toward the in-demand careers of the future. More than 2,100 students are working to achieve their goals in the college this academic year.
43
Majors
41
Minors
15
Certificates

College of Letters and Science