Vernal open house/exhibit to conclude global conference of archaeologists
An open house will bring the public into a week long conference of archaeologists worldwide discussing climate sustainable food systems at USU Uintah Basin in Vernal.
Fresh and important research presented on Capitol Hill by undergrads
The 2019 Research on Capitol Hill event featured many USU students,including 10 CHaSS students, who summed up their research on posters and presented it to an audience of State Legislators on March 5.
Why are there fewer women CEOs? Media seek answers from two USU researchers
Sociologists Christy Glass and Management Expert Alison Cook look at what's behind recent spate of resignations of big-company CEOs who are women.
Respected population lab marks 50 years' research into the human condition
Yun Kim demography laboratory celebrates 50th anniversary with symposium
Unique research uses trash to track human energy use for last 10,000 years
USU archaeologists search massive data for patterns
Tanner Talks speaker series to reflect on global reach of the Renaissance
Four scholars will lecture on how the Renaissance had no borders
English professor Joyce Kinkead awarded USU's most prestigious accolade
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
Recently published essays by assistant professor in political science International Interactions journal.
Sociologist's $2.1M Grant to Find Links Between Sleep and Weight Gain
Eric Reither, a USU sociologist, has received a $2.1 million grant from the NIH to find links between sleep and weight gain
LANGUAGES Maria Luisa Spicer Escalante and Karin deJonge Kannan, editors Perspectives on Effective Teaching in DLI and Foreign Language Classrooms
"Perspectives on Effective Teaching in DLI and Foreign Language Classrooms" is available; editors include USU faculty Karin
HISTORY Julia Gossard Tattletales: Childhood and Authority in Eighteenth-Century France
Julia Gossard, expert on childhood in medieval France, has published two journal articles
POLITICAL SCIENCE Greg Goelzhauser 'Does Merit Selection Work?'
Greg Goelzhauser has published an article in the Journal of Law and Courts titled "Does Merit Selection Work?"
HISTORY - James E. Sanders - Democracy in Las Americas, additional journal article
HISTORY | James E. Sanders | Democracy in Las Americas, additional journal article
Are women CEO material? NY Times taps cross-campus team of USU researchers
Research on women in the world of business, conducted by the interdisciplinary team of sociology professor Christy Glass and business professor Alison Cook, has been used as an authoritative source by the New York Times.
A list of all CHaSS awards that recognize the important work of faculty, staff and students who contribute to research and to the college. Includes nomination forms and instructions.