Nicholas Lorusso- Lorusso, N. S., & Shumskaya, M. (2020). Online laboratory exercise on computational biology: Phylogenetic analyses and protein modeling based on SARS‐CoV‐2 data during COVID‐19 remote instruction. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 48(5), 526-527
Daley, J. M. Goncalves, C. M. Holinej, S. Lira, D. E. Muniz, A. I. Santiago, N. Sukran, T. R. Cundari, and M. Yousufuddin, “Synthesis, crystal structures, and DFT calculations of tungsten (IV) and tungsten (VI) phosphino polyhydrides” by C. C. Carter, B. R. Allen, D. V. Bui, D. A., Inorg. Chim. Acta. (2020) (seven UNTD undergraduate student co-authors)
During the 2020-21 Academic Year, faculty in the School of Liberal Arts & Sciences developed two baccalaureate programs and several minors.
Effective Fall 2021, the School of Liberal Arts & Sciences has reorganized several departments to better serve our students, build programmatic synergies and effectively use our resources.
The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences recently established The Critical Issues Forum. This bi-annual series will provide an opportunity to explore important topics such as public health, climate change, democracy, economic development, cybersecurity, culture, criminal justice reform, and many others. The first Forum, “Contextualizing Vaccination: A Dialogue on COVID-19 and Implications for Public Health,” was held Thursday, November 11th, 2021. The second forum on the issue of Immigration was held, April 14th, 2022 featuring community leaders, such as Mr. Domingo Garcia, National President of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), and university faculty and students.
On October 30th, 2021, LAS hosted a reception for our alumni to celebrate UNTD’s Homecoming. Over 20 alumni from across the LAS programs enjoyed a wonderful brunch, beautiful views of our campus and getting together with friends, faculty and former colleagues! We wish to thank Provost Stewart, as well as the faculty and alumni who made the occasion so special!