The College of Arts & Sciences is the intellectual foundation of the University of Nebraska at Kearney, offering students a first-rate liberal arts education in the arts, humanities, social and natural sciences.

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Science Cafe: Carlson, Biggs discussing how genetics solved Romanov mystery

Science Cafe: Carlson, Biggs discussing how genetics solved Romanov mystery

WHAT: University of Nebraska at Kearney Science Café HOSTED BY: Sigma Xi The Scientific Research Honor Society TITLE: “The Romanovs – The History of a Genetic Mystery” TOPIC: Kim Carlson, UNK professor of biology, and Doug Biggs, UNK professor of history, will discuss how modern genetic techniques can be used to solve a historical mystery. […] Read More...

Events

17 Jan
Festival Orchestra Concert Fine Arts Recital Hall | 6:00pm
25 Jan
Music Scholarship & Entrance Auditions Fine Arts Building | 1:00pm
27 Jan
Honor Band Choral Clinic Fine Arts Building; Union; Health & Sports Center | 8:00am
30 Jan
Career Fair Prep Workshop Antelope Room | 3:30pm

About Us

We are the newest college at University of Nebraska at Kearney, combining the colleges of Fine and Performing Arts and Natural and Social Sciences in fall 2018. As a combined college, together we bring even more opportunities for the community, state and region in research, performance and creative activity, and for our students to become creative, analytic thinkers and decision-makers.

Facilities & Venues

Our dedicated faculty and staff are the primary difference makers in Arts & Sciences. But we also know technology and the learning, lab and performance environments are critical to students' learning. Here at UNK we have plenty of places and opportunities for students to explore, invent, perform, and try things on their own or with other students.

Scholarships

Students in the College of Arts and Sciences are fully engaged in hands-on learning activities and creative activities through undergraduate research, performances, and internships. Seventy percent of students participate in some form of experiential learning.