Student Spotlight: Meet Jacie RexUtah State University presents history student Jacie Rex. Hailing from Evanston, Wyoming, Jacie originally started at USU as a Soil Science major. Then she took a Modern European history class, and said, "when I took Rosenband’s class I just loved it. I never realized that there were two sides to history, or that what you were taught in high school or middle school isn’t essentially true sometimes. There is a lot more that goes into things and it made me start to wonder about a lot of things...I was reading history books in my free time.” She quickly realized what she calls her "inner detective" and switched majors. Since then, Jacie has been gathering accomplishments across the College of Humanities and Social Sciences as a peer advisor, ambassador, Undergraduate Teaching Fellow, and as CHASS senator in the Utah State University Student Association for the 2016-2017 school year. After she graduates this semester, Jacie will be joining the Teach for America program in South Carolina, in order to make education better, and she hopes to "try to encourage people to reach their academic potential.” Concerning the program, she passionately stated, "I don’t think that where a child lives should dictate the level of education they receive. I think education needs people to work on it, so I’m going to work on it." Alongside her academic and vocational work, Jacie is also passionate about politics and loves reading, fishing, camping, and drinking coffee. For more information, click here.
Congratulations to Dr. Bob Mueller for being named Professor of the Year at the Tooele campus for 2016-17.
Congratulations to our Grad Student Kirtan Patel for being one of the winners of the 2016 Arrington Writing Awards.
Professor Recognized for Creating 'Common Language' for History ProfessionPage Title
CalendarJanuary 04, 2017
Dr. Mark Damen did a TED-X Talk for USU. Check out the youtube video:
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