COMPLEX PROBLEMS. DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES. CREATIVE SOLUTIONS.
That is the motto of The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Stevenson University, and it represents our unique way of viewing—and learning about—life and the world.
We offer our students a wide range of possibilities, experiences, and opportunities while maintaining Stevenson University’s commitment to small classes, individualized attention, and career preparation. Because of the broad experience and intellectual diversity of our dedicated faculty, our students learn about everything from theatre and creative writing through the humanities to the scientific study of individuals and society. Through intellectual analysis and hands-on practice, Humanities and Social Sciences students obtain the skills to meet the ever-changing challenges of life and career, to make lifelong choices, and to forge their best futures.
Our programs encourage students to learn outside the confines of their chosen disciplines as well as outside the classroom. Graduates of The School of Humanities and Social Sciences are marked by a desire to question, take risks, and develop and apply solutions. We offer an environment that stimulates inquiry, exploration, and evaluation to the student who appreciates the possibilities that broad learning offers. Our graduates’ careers, like their studies, vary across fields as they pursue interests and goals that fire their imaginations.
Students in The School of Humanities and Social Sciences learn not just how to do but also why they do. We look forward to you becoming an important part of The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Stevenson University.
James Gerard Salvucci, Ph.D
Dean, The School of Humanities and Social Sciences and Professor
of English; B.A., Bard College; M.A., Queens College, The
City University of New York; Ph.D., University of Toronto.