Get involved with the College of Liberal Arts Alumni Society Board or its committees. Participate in alumni social and networking activities; provide career advice to current students; and unleash your inner Gopher!
Dr. John Coleman has been named the new dean of the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) at the University of Minnesota, effective July 31, pending Board of Regents approval in February.
American Public Media's wildly successful nationally syndicated comedy and music variety show Wits is produced by alumna Larissa Anderson, who turned to her alma mater to create an exclusive internship program.
When we look over the profiles of alumni who join the CLA LinkedIn group, we are struck by their successes and achievements. It reinforces that CLA alumni go on to become leaders: original thinkers, engaged citizens who create meaning in their own lives. We'd like to introduce four of the alumni from our LinkedIn group to you.
What is the relationship among leisure interests and personality, values, motivations, and vocational interests?
U of MN Department of Psychology professor (and CLA alumna) Jo-Ida invites you to participate in a research project she is conducting to explore that question. You will complete a series of online assessments at your convenience. To thank you for participating, you will receive a profile of your leisure interest scale scores.
Were you a member of the CLA Student Board? The current board is looking to reconnect with past members. Please share your contact information and help spread the word.
Festivities for Homecoming 2013 will run September 22 - 28. Come to campus for the Homecoming Parade and Ski-U-Mania! The College of Liberal Arts is marching in the parade again this year, and we'll be having a pre-parade gathering.
Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor of Political Science Raymond "Bud" Duvall is serving as interim dean of the College of Liberal Arts as we search for a permanent dean.
The University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts and College of Design are participating in the 2013 Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP)--a one-of-a-kind survey that explores the lives of arts & design alumni nationwide.