The School of Humanities and Social Sciences is the cornerstone of St. Mary's University's liberal arts and Marianist education. With more than 20 disciplines to choose from, the school is the largest on campus.
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences is the cornerstone of St. Mary’s University’s liberal arts and Marianist education. With more than 20 disciplines to choose from, the school is the largest on campus.
Program offerings range from the technically oriented fields to the most creative specialties. Faculty scholarship and research within the School of Humanities and Social Sciences is supported and enhanced by funds such as the Edward and Linda Speed Endowment.
To enhance the college experience, academic research is at the forefront. St. Mary’s students can be seen presenting at national conferences and conducting cutting edge research alongside their faculty mentors. They have been known to study beluga whale behavior in the wild, solve the mystery of a downed American pilot from WWII, and design post-earthquake initiatives for destroyed communities in Nepal.
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences cultivates the whole person in Marianist spirit through academically rigorous programs that foster creativity, promote justice and advance scholarship for the transformation of local and global communities.
Assistant Professor of Exercise and Sport Science
Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Program Director of the Graduate Education Programs
Chair of the History Department