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Colby Townsend, a graduate of our master’s program, won the Mormon History Association prize for best thesis this year, "Rewriting Eden with the Book of Mormon: Joseph Smith and the Reception of Genesis 1-6 in Early America".
Colby Townsend

Colby Townsend

Colby Townsend, a graduate of our master’s program, won the Mormon History Association prize for best thesis this year, "Rewriting Eden with the Book of Mormon: Joseph Smith and the Reception of Genesis 1-6 in Early America".

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History
Kelli Morrill, received a $1,000 scholarship for her winning essay "Lights, Camera, and Whistling Solos: An LDS Roadshow."
Kelli Morrill

Kelli Morrill

Kelli Morrill, received a $1,000 scholarship for her winning essay "Lights, Camera, and Whistling Solos: An LDS Roadshow."

History
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Haden and Alyson met in an undergraduate history class at Utah State University in 2015 and in addition to falling in love, saw the practicality of marrying a fellow major to save on textbook costs.
Hayden & Allison Griggs

Hayden & Allison Griggs

Haden and Alyson met in an undergraduate history class at Utah State University in 2015 and in addition to falling in love, saw the practicality of marrying a fellow major to save on textbook costs.

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History
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Landon's studies culminated in a traveling exhibit titled, "Cache Valley: An Airminded Community," which explored the history of local aviation history.
Landon Wilkey Student Highlight

Landon Wilkey Student Highlight

Landon's studies culminated in a traveling exhibit titled, "Cache Valley: An Airminded Community," which explored the history of local aviation history.

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History
Emily Marie Crumpton graduated from USU in 2017 with an M.A. in History. Her primary research areas included media, gender, crime, and mortality in the United States during the Progressive Era.
Emily Crumpton

Emily Crumpton

Emily Marie Crumpton graduated from USU in 2017 with an M.A. in History. Her primary research areas included media, gender, crime, and mortality in the United States during the Progressive Era.