Come hang out with the Secular Student Alliance and the Interfaith Student Association! We will be having a breakfast-for-dinner potluck and building bridges.
Come join the Secular Student Alliance and Interfaith Student Association for a joint club potluck. We will be having breakfast for dinner!
Lecture/Readings | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion
Come and hear Dr. Bsumek speak about the historical political, and social context of the controversial Glen Canyon Dam. She will explore the impact settler colonialism has had and continues to have on the region and the indigenous people who have long lived there.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHaSS), the Office of Research, and USU Libraries will sponsor a grant-writing charrette - a hands-on, collaborative peer review session. Participation in the workshop is by application and is limited to 9 CHaSS faculty (at any rank or campus), including lecturers and post-docs. Preference, however, will be given to early career scholars and those soon seeking promotion. Apply by February 15, 2023 here: https://usu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5o19ZOrIM6tK3mS
Graduates from the College of Humanities & Social Sciences go on to forge careers in almost every sector. Now they're returning to campus to give fellow Aggies advice on succeeding beyond college. CHaSS Networking Night invites alumni to dine with current students, creating opportunities for new connections. Students select a seat at a specific table, offering a chance to network or ask questions about their majors and career goals. This event is highly recommended for CHaSS juniors and seniors, and any CHaSS student looking to make connections is welcome! Dinner and parking included. Registration required: https://chass.usu.edu/events/networking-night/index
The purpose of this event is to create a safe space for USU students to be educated and empowered regarding sexual health, intimacy, and healthy relationships. We have invited various campus and community organizations to share information and resources during the sexual health fair.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is pleased to break ground on the Mehdi Heravi Global Teaching and Learning Center. In celebration of this exciting new project, CHaSS will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on 3.22.23. Reception to follow in David B. Haight Center, and attendees are also invited to stay for the 2023 CHaSS Awards at 3 pm in the Taggart Student Center Ballroom. Please RSVP: https://chass.usu.edu/languages/gtlc/groundbreaking/index
Each year we honor students, faculty, staff, and alumni from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Scholarship recipients, students of the year, and faculty honors are part of this special ceremony, which is an annual celebration of the people in CHaSS! This year's CHaSS Awards will be held on 3.22.23 at 3 pm in the Taggart Student Center ballroom. Current students, faculty, staff, alumni, and families of the 2023 awardees are invited to join us at this year's award celebration. Reception to follow.
The IOGP and Political Science Department are hosting a presentation with Stacey Philbrick Yadav to discuss Yemen's civil war, the 2022 ceasefire and how Yemenis are pursuing peace and justice in the aftermath of the conflict. There will be free pizza!
Dr. Apryl Williams (University of Michigan) will discuss research from her upcoming book, "Not My Type: Automating Sexual Racism in Online Dating" (Stanford University Press), in which she examines algorithmic inequities in online dating and explores how match-making algorithms perpetuate racism.
Lecture/Readings | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion
This talk will explore the peace process between the Allies and the Ottoman Empire at the end of the First World War. It reveals the human cost of nearly 10 years of uninterrupted war when peace finally came in 1923.
Want to learn about different career paths your CHaSS degree can open for you? Approaching graduation and unsure where to try your next steps? You’ve got the knowledge and the skills to thrive in any industry; meet our alumni and visit their workplaces to get tips on how! On Friday, March 31st, join us for a day trip to Lehi for lunch and two alumni-hosted company visits at Weave Communications (Rachael Fresh, Communication Studies 2018) and Visa International (Kevin White, Journalism & Spanish 1991). Road Trips are free and open to all undergraduate and graduate CHaSS students—email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot today!
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