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Promoting Scientific Advancement, Structural Transformation, and Social Justice

Diverse students doing research

LAS faculty has garnered numerous research grants and fellowships to investigate and address diversity, inclusion, and equity across all fields of study. These are some of the most recent examples:

Over 350 LAS world-class faculty members serve as passionate teachers for our students. Actively engaged in relevant research with local and global impact, our faculty develop new technologies and investigate alternative ways of thinking and acting that promote scientific advancement, structural transformation, and social justice. Programs such as the LAS Undergraduate Research Initiative and the Engaged Humanities Initiative make it possible for students to work side-by-side with faculty mentors on transformative disciplinary and cross-disciplinary research in the natural sciences, the social sciences, and the humanities.