Dianne Whitfield-Locke Endowment for Restoration, Conservation, and Acquisition
The College of Arts and Humanities (ARHU) thinks big: By providing broad knowledge about the human experience in our changing world, it seeks to cultivate students who are worldwise. Its faculty explore topics of public interest ranging from slavery to electronic literature to how the mind learns language. Students investigate questions to deepen their awareness of diversity and inclusion and develop excellent critical thinking and communication skills to become citizens of their local communities and a global society. Innovation and creativity lie at the heart of this enterprise, and your support will help fund opportunities in ARHU, whether investing in the visual and performing arts or supporting student education abroad and internships at cultural icons like the Smithsonian Institution.