CCS celebrated our spring 2023 Outstanding Senior Katherine Leddy, our scholarship winners Joce Dolezal (Lakeview United Methodist Scholarship), Kieran McKinney (Lakeview United Methodist Scholarship), and Morgan Wood (Lois Kellogg Duncan Scholarship and the Gary Kane Study Abroad Scholarship), and our junior book prize winners Joce Dolezal (Public Humanities, Lee Wiechmann (Museum Studies), and Mckenzi Monical (Art History) at our end of semester reception on May 11! Learn more about CCS awards and scholarships at Read more
Congratulations to Katherine Leddy, CCS Outstanding Senior for Spring 2023!
Congratulations to Katherine Leddy! CCS recognized Katherine’s achievements by awarding her Outstanding Senior for spring 2023!
Katherine will graduate this week with a major in Comparative Cultural Studies with an art history emphasis and… Read more
Congratulations to our graduating seniors in a CCS minor program!
We are proud of our graduating seniors in CCS minors for spring 2023! We chose to feature a few of our students in our minor programs as the semester ends.
Shannon Dixon will graduate this week with a degree in… Read more
Alumni News: Congratulations to CCS alum Dr. Emily Lawhead on her recent publication!
Dr. Emily Lawhead graduated from NAU in 2016 with a BA in Comparative Cultural Studies with dual emphases in Art History and Asian Studies and minors in Japanese and… Read more
Faculty News: Professor of Art History Dr. Alexandra Carpino named Associate Dean for Student and Faculty Success for the College of Arts & Letters
Congratulations to Professor of Art History Dr. Alexandra Carpino! She will become the Associate Dean for Student and Faculty Success for the College of Arts & Letters in summer 2023. She previously held the position during this academic year as interim.
Student News: Congratulations to CCS 2023 scholarship recipient Morgan Wood!
Congratulations to CCS undergraduate student Morgan Wood, who will receive the Lois Kellogg Duncan scholarship offered by the department of Comparative Cultural Studies! Morgan is a major in Comparative Cultural Studies with a minor in Museum Studies. Morgan writes “I choose to major in CCS because I have always had a passion for the arts and social sciences. I started my postsecondary education with an interest in many different subject areas and not much of an idea what I… Read more