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- Jacie Rex, 2016-17 CHaSS senator (in March 26 tweet)

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CHaSSy Awards

A March 1 ceremony marked a new tradition of student-made videos in a contest sponsored by the English Department because today's writing skills are not limited to paper and text. Here's an introduction to the new CHaSSy Award, as covered by JCOM student Taylor Emerson.

Read about the winning videos

Recent Stories

New, original UPR series asks, 'Are we loving Utah lands to death?'

New, original UPR series asks, 'Are we loving Utah lands to death?'

06/14/2018

Now that everyone's in on Utah's secrets, where do we go from here?

Fife workshop examines today's folklore with internet's Slender Man

Fife workshop examines today's folklore with internet's Slender Man

06/14/2018

Respected annual conference brings folklorists to USU to study today's digital folklore.

Bennion Teachers'  Workshop to explore beginnings of our democracy

Bennion Teachers' Workshop to explore beginnings of our democracy

06/01/2018

Who started the fire? Early revolutions topic of June 4-8 event sponsored by Mountain West Center.

Farewell to 668 CHaSS grads, you'll do great things

Farewell to 668 CHaSS grads, you'll do great things

05/31/2018

CHaSS graduates take the best of the college with them as they begin new lives.

History announces retirement of renowned scholar Philip Barlow

History announces retirement of renowned scholar Philip Barlow

05/07/2018

Philip Barlow, the History Department's Arrington Chair for Mormon Studies, set to retire in December.

High-schoolers get real journalism experience at mock car wreck

High-schoolers get real journalism experience at mock car wreck

04/27/2018

Fatal car crash is real enough to high school journalists visiting USU for annual awards event.

What's New Archive

Meet Major Kuhlman

Major Klint Kuhlman is assigned as Officer in Charge at USU's Army ROTC, where he see a great opportunity to make a real difference.

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Recent Stories

Fife workshop examines today's folklore with internet's Slender Man

Fife workshop examines today's folklore with internet's Slender Man

06/14/2018

Respected annual conference brings folklorists to USU to study today's digital folklore.

History announces retirement of renowned scholar Philip Barlow

History announces retirement of renowned scholar Philip Barlow

05/07/2018

Philip Barlow, the History Department's Arrington Chair for Mormon Studies, set to retire in December.

Spanish prof honored with the Peak Award for his mentorship

Spanish prof honored with the Peak Award for his mentorship

04/16/2018

Spanish professor Crescencio López-González was awarded the Peak Prize for Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentor of the Year.

CHaSS names three new professors, makes other promotions

CHaSS names three new professors, makes other promotions

04/13/2018

College of Humanities and Social Sciences announces new professors for 2018, as well as other promotions.

Portrait of Joyce Kinkead

English professor Joyce Kinkead awarded USU's most prestigious accolade

03/29/2018

CHaSS's own Joyce Kinkead earns USU’s highest research honor, the 2018 Wynne Thorne Career Research Award.

2018 CHaSS awards recognize those who 'think, discover, create’

2018 CHaSS awards recognize those who 'think, discover, create’

03/29/2018

The CHaSS community gathered for awards event to celebrate the accomplishments of students, faculty, staff and friends.

Faculty Update Archive

Judson Finley's research on the Fremont Indians

Anthropologist and archaeologist Judson Finley receives a grant to expand his research on the Fremont Indians. He explains why this research is interesting and much needed.

Recent Stories

Portrait of Joyce Kinkead

English professor Joyce Kinkead awarded USU's most prestigious accolade

03/29/2018

CHaSS's own Joyce Kinkead earns USU’s highest research honor, the 2018 Wynne Thorne Career Research Award.

POLITICAL SCIENCE - Yesola Kweon on reducing corruption in government and social policies in open economies

POLITICAL SCIENCE - Yesola Kweon on reducing corruption in government and social policies in open economies

11/21/2017

Recently published essays by assistant professor in political science International Interactions journal.

Interior of the Wetter Brothers calico factory in Orange, France, c. 1764

HISTORY Julia Gossard Tattletales: Childhood and Authority in Eighteenth-Century France

10/05/2017

Julia Gossard, expert on childhood in medieval France, has published two journal articles

Book cover: Perspectives on Effective Teaching

LANGUAGES Maria Luisa Spicer Escalante and Karin deJonge Kannan, editors Perspectives on Effective Teaching in DLI and Foreign Language Classrooms

10/05/2017

"Perspectives on Effective Teaching in DLI and Foreign Language Classrooms" is available; editors include USU faculty Karin

Sociologist Eric Reither

Sociologist's $2.1M Grant to Find Links Between Sleep and Weight Gain

10/05/2017

Eric Reither, a USU sociologist, has received a $2.1 million grant from the NIH to find links between sleep and weight gain

Journal cover

POLITICAL SCIENCE Greg Goelzhauser 'Does Merit Selection Work?'

09/21/2017

Greg Goelzhauser has published an article in the Journal of Law and Courts titled "Does Merit Selection Work?"

Research Corner Archive

Jcom research event: Pogo Suganuma excerpt

A small excerpt from one of the presentations given at USU's JCOM research event for winter 2018.

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Recent Stories

Farewell to 668 CHaSS grads, you'll do great things

Farewell to 668 CHaSS grads, you'll do great things

05/31/2018

CHaSS graduates take the best of the college with them as they begin new lives.

High-schoolers get real journalism experience at mock car wreck

High-schoolers get real journalism experience at mock car wreck

04/27/2018

Fatal car crash is real enough to high school journalists visiting USU for annual awards event.

USU Eastern Police Academy graduates ready for the world

USU Eastern Police Academy graduates ready for the world

04/26/2018

Members of academy's fourth-ever graduating class of new law enforcement officers are ready to serve in local law enforcement.

Our new senator studentsplains CHaSS, and we love it!

Our new senator studentsplains CHaSS, and we love it!

04/25/2018

What exactly is the College of Humanities and Social Sciences all about? Here's a response from our new CHaSS senator.

Air Force ROTC cadet wing ranks in nation's top 5 for academic prowess

Air Force ROTC cadet wing ranks in nation's top 5 for academic prowess

04/19/2018

The cadets of Detachment 860 in Utah State University's Air Force ROTC were ranked No. 1 in cumulative GPA among all 34 AFROTC units in the Northwest Region, and No. 5 among all 145 ROTC units nationwide.

Student  journalists to share stories on UPR from MLK tribute in Memphis

Student journalists to share stories on UPR from MLK tribute in Memphis

04/13/2018

Student journalists, part of the USU Civil Rights Pilgrimage for 2018, to share stories on UPR from MLK tribute in Memphis, Tenn.

Students of CHaSS Archive

CHaSSy Awards

A March 1 ceremony marked a new tradition of student-made videos in a contest sponsored by the English Department because today's writing skills are not limited to paper and text. Here's an introduction to the new CHaSSy Award, as covered by JCOM student Taylor Emerson.

Read about the winning videos

Recent Stories

New, original UPR series asks, 'Are we loving Utah lands to death?'

New, original UPR series asks, 'Are we loving Utah lands to death?'

06/14/2018

Now that everyone's in on Utah's secrets, where do we go from here?

Fife workshop examines today's folklore with internet's Slender Man

Fife workshop examines today's folklore with internet's Slender Man

06/14/2018

Respected annual conference brings folklorists to USU to study today's digital folklore.

Bennion Teachers'  Workshop to explore beginnings of our democracy

Bennion Teachers' Workshop to explore beginnings of our democracy

06/01/2018

Who started the fire? Early revolutions topic of June 4-8 event sponsored by Mountain West Center.

Farewell to 668 CHaSS grads, you'll do great things

Farewell to 668 CHaSS grads, you'll do great things

05/31/2018

CHaSS graduates take the best of the college with them as they begin new lives.

History announces retirement of renowned scholar Philip Barlow

History announces retirement of renowned scholar Philip Barlow

05/07/2018

Philip Barlow, the History Department's Arrington Chair for Mormon Studies, set to retire in December.

High-schoolers get real journalism experience at mock car wreck

High-schoolers get real journalism experience at mock car wreck

04/27/2018

Fatal car crash is real enough to high school journalists visiting USU for annual awards event.

CHaSS News Archive

Recent Stories

Image of Travis Chambers and co-workers in the Chamber.media studio

Viral-video creator Travis Chambers, JCOM grad, named in Forbes 30 Under 30

03/16/2018

Travis Chambers has found success in sharing his creativity and making people laugh.

Glade Myler and class in conversational Spanish

Alumnus shares his poetry with students in multiple languages

11/29/2017

Alumnus Glade Meyer visited an Advanced Spanish Conversation and Composition class to share his own poetry, which is written in multiple languages.

Utah Teacher of the Year Aaryn Birchell

CHaSS Alumni : Vernal Teacher of the Year

10/05/2017

A 1999 Utah State University graduate in English has been named the 2018 Utah Teacher of the Year.

Aimee Cobabe hired by Mid-Utah Radio

2017 JCOM grad and UPR pro takes her talents to KSVC in Richfield

08/01/2017

2017 JCOM grad, now a UPR veteran, Aimee Cobabe takes her talents to central Utah radio station as news director.

Alumni in Action Archive