Welcome to the Faculty of Arts & Science. The strength of Arts & Science derives from our combined excellence in the humanities, sciences and social sciences.
The Faculty of Arts & Science is a vibrant intellectual community of students and scholars who are deeply committed to excellence, discovery and diversity.
We offer many graduate programs across the humanities, social sciences and sciences.
DEPARTMENT OF NEW SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGIES
DEPARTMENT OF MARTIAL ARTS AND SCIENCE
Prof. Dr. Susan Campbell-Fournel
Dr. Susan Campbell-Fournel is a renowned Health & Wellness Coach living in Montreal, Canada.
The main goal of Dr. Susan is to help people discover the critical link between what they eat, and how they feel.
She is a former school psychologist, a trained counsellor, with 30 years of experience. She holds a Master of Educational Psychology from McGill University, and she is a certified L.E.A.N. health educator and coach. As a consultant, she has provided stress management training programs for managers of Fortune 500 companies, with an emphasis on exercise and nutrition. As co-owner of a Hockey League franchise, DR Susan also mentored elite young athletes to achieve their goals through a balance of skill development, nutritional awareness and mental focus.
Prof. Dr Jeewaka C. Premaraja
He is a scientist currently functioning as the Managing Director of ACME Academy of Science PVT LTD Sri Lanka. Until recently he was also a Member of the Presidential Task Force established to combat COVID – 19 in Sri Lanka.
He holds a PhD in Education Management, MSc in Food Science and Technology and BSc (Honours 1st class) degree in Microbiology, Biochemistry, Genetics and Chemistry.
Dr. Richard M. Levenson
Richard M. Levenson, M.D., FCAP is a Principal at Brighton Consulting Group and an innovator and opinion leader in biomedical imaging, pathology, and interdisciplinary development.
A Board-certified pathologist and Fellow of the College of American Pathologists (FCAP), He’s been a consultant since 2009 and is active in a variety of areas, including brain cooling technology for the treatment of cardiac arrest, optical measurement of deep brain temperature and coagulometry, intra-operative surgical guidance, digital pathology, novel non-addicting analgesics, and advanced multispectral and alternative imaging technologies. He’s assisted with grant submissions to Federal and European agencies: during 2010, Richard helped obtain around one million dollars in federal tax credits, a DARPA and a Navy SBIR grant, and also helped craft a 2,100-patient European clinical trial proposal.
Sr. Dr Veronica Njideka Irrigwe
B.Sc /B.Ed Accounting (Nigeria)
Masters in psychotherapy and counselling (India)
Prof.Dr Ambi Paul, PhD
Professor of Physiology- Germany
BSc. Eng (Hons), AMIESL, MIEEE, MIEEE-CS