Faculty Friday: Meet Dr. Eliza Rosenberg
Dr. Eliza Rosenberg is a new addition to the Relgious Studies department. She completed her bachelor's degree at Oberlin College in Ohio and her graduate degrees at McGill University in Montreal, Qubec in Canada. Dr. Rosenberg previously held a position in the Department of Religion and Philosophy at Eastern Kentucky University before coming to Utah State. To read the full interview visit https://history.usu.edu/files/Faculty%20profile.pdf.
Dr. Julia Gossard will accompany six students to the Phi Alpha Theta National Conference in New Orleans in Janaury. Congratulations to these students, whose work was competitively chosen for presentation; all are receiving travel awards from the History Department. The students presenting are graduate students Joanna Dobrowolska and Kelli Morrill, and undergrads Arie French, Jessica Mellenthin, Cody Patton, and Frankie Urrutia-Smith.
Faculty News: New book by Dr. Robert McPherson
Emeritus Professor Robert McPherson has published a new book!
McPherson’s recent publication of Cowboying in Canyon Country looks at the livestock industry in southeastern Utah through a fourth generation rancher skilled in storytelling and humorous cowboy poetry.
Congratulations Dr. McPherson!
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