Upcoming Events

01
Mar

Tanner Symposium on Women & America's Vietnam War

Panel Discussion/Presentation

The United States formally ended its participation in what it called the Vietnam War fifty years ago. Many are still living with the legacies of this conflict, and one of the populations deeply affected by this devastating event were the women of many backgrounds who served militarily, had loved ones go to war, tended those affected by their direct participation in the war, protested its impact, or otherwise attempted to make sense of the war’s complex experiences and legacies. In connection with USU’s ongoing Bringing War Home Project that is collecting objects and stories from veterans and military families about modern war, we invite students, scholars, creative artists, and community members to share perspectives, especially from local history, in order to open conversations about the experiences of women who participated on multiple sides and sites of this conflict. We encourage interdisciplinary submissions from history, anthropology, material culture studies, archival studies, communications, literature, and the creative arts. This will be a live event, but there will be options for virtual participation for those who cannot attend in person.

9:00 am - 6:30 pm | Eccles Conference Center |
01
Mar

Tanner Symposium Women and America's Vietnam War

Conference/Seminar

The United States formally ended its participation in what it called the Vietnam War fifty years ago. Many are still living with the legacies of this conflict, and one of the populations deeply affected by this devastating event were the women of many backgrounds who served militarily, had loved ones go to war, tended to those affected by their direct participation in the war, protested its impact, or otherwise attempted to make sense of the war’s complex experiences and legacies. In connection with USU’s ongoing Bringing War Home Project that is collecting objects and stories from veterans and military families about modern war, we invite students, scholars, creative artists, and community members to share perspectives, especially from local history, in order to open conversations about the experiences of women who participated on multiple sides and sites of this conflict. We encourage interdisciplinary submissions from history, anthropology, material culture studies, archival studies, communications, literature, and the creative arts. This will be a live event, but there will be options for virtual participation for those who cannot attend in person.

All Day | Eccles Conference Center |
07
Mar

Interfaith Student Association discussion: "What is Ramadan?"

Student Activities | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

March 10th marks the start of the month of Ramadan this year. Come learn what Ramadan means to the Muslim community and how the values lifted up during this month-long sacred time resonate with your own beliefs and traditions.

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm |
21
Mar

3rd Annual Community-Wide Ramadan Iftar Supper

Special Event | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Come celebrate with us as we host the 3rd Annual Community-Wide Iftar Dinner. This event brings students, faculty, staff, family-members, and the community at large together to celebrate and break-the-fast together as we share stories and build relationship across religious traditions while honoring the Holy month of Ramadan and the beauty of Islam.

7:00 pm - 9:30 pm | TSC, Evan N. Stevenson Ballroom |
18
Apr

Rainbows and Religion

Student Activities | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Join us for a discussion by LGBTQ+ students and faith-leaders about how queer communities celebrate their religious/spiritual identities and the challenges some LGBTQ+ identifying people have had to overcome as members of historically non-affirming religious/spiritual traditions.

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm |
02
May

College of Humanities and Social Sciences Convocation

Ceremony/Awards/Celebration

At the college convocation, graduates will be recognized individually by name. Graduates will walk across the stage as their name is read and receive their diploma cover, as well as have a professional photo taken.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Dee Glen Smith Spectrum |