College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

CAHSS group photo of Dean's office staff and department chairs and staff

Shown above are (l to r, first row, seated): Shigeko Sekine, Department Chair, School of World Languages and Cultures; Glenn Maxon, World Theater; Bill Steacy, World Theater; Joey Pendergrass, World Theater; Alana Sabatte, Office of the Dean; Gus Leonard, School of World Languages and Cultures; Juan Gonzalez, School of Social, Behavioral, and Global Studies; Jeff Jones, Department Chair, Music and Performing Arts; Sam Robinson, Department Chair, School of Humanities and Communication.  Standing (l to r) are: David Bennett, School of World Languages and Cultures; Jesse Krohn, Cinematic Arts and Technology; Jennifer Benge, Cinematic Arts and Technology; Dave Reichard, Interim Associate Dean; Juanita Cole, Dean; Linda Jenkins, Office of the Dean; Pam Lapham, Office of the Dean; Luis Camara, Department Chair, Cinematic Arts and Technology; Ranu Sinha, Department Chair, Psychology; Amanda Pullum, Department Chair, School of Social, Behavioral, and Global Studies, and Chris Carpenter, Cinematic Arts and Technology.  Absent from photo:  Ben Brown, Music and Performing Arts; Drew Lassen, Music and Performing Arts; Allison Le, World Theater; Stacey Malone, School of World Languages and Cultures; Lilly Martinez, Psychology; Emmy McColey, Visual and Public Art; Angelica Muro, Department Chair, Visual and Public Art; Wendy Rutledge, School of Humanities and Communication, and Steev White, Visual and Public Art.

CAHSS Mission

The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences empowers students to critically examine their place in the world: to imagine, to communicate, to collaborate, to create, and to transform. Our graduates are engaged global citizens ready for the realities of the 21st century. They apply values, interdisciplinary knowledge and skills to provide creative and socially-responsible solutions for the future.