The Graduate School of Arts and Social Science's two institutes serve as loci of professional and intellectual development, and work to foster collaboration and awareness within and among their respective fields.
The Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences is home to two Institutes:Psychology and the Other Institute is an interdisciplinary organization committed to developing conferences and publications that explore the rich discourses that have emerged around the concept of the “Other” in various intellectual traditions.
The Institute for Arts and Health promotes the use of the arts for the health and well being of all individuals in educational, community, and institutional settings.
To learn more about our two institutes, upcoming conferences, and events, contact Beth Chambers, Coordinator for Institutes and Special Projects at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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