The School of Liberal Education oversees the promotion and implementation of our University-wide Liberal Education philosophy, including the Lib Ed List Requirements for the Breadth pillar.
Dr. Shelly Wismath
Dean, Liberal Education Program
Professor of Mathematics
A812J (University Hall)
Brendan's area of research and interest is the history of religion, culture, and identity. He works primarily on new religious movements in the United States in the 19th century.
A812M (University Hall)
During my time at U of L I have had the privilege of working with an amazing company of colleagues committed to the principles and values of liberal education, as well as the opportunity to teach undergraduate and graduate courses and to collaborate on innovative research focusing on the scholarship of teaching and learning. I am honoured and humbled to be able to continue contributing to the university as a Fellow of the School of Liberal Education.