Faculty and Student Spotlights
In her article “Never Too Far Away,” Dr. Susan Neel asks this important question: “How do you engage students who are not in the same room with one another or with the instructor?” She explores ways technology, in-class activities, and well-designed lectures can keep students engaged no matter where they are. Read her full article in Perspectives here.
Internship Information Session:
March 1, 11:30 - 1:00
Come learn about summer internship opportunities with Dr. Andersen in the history department large conference room. Lunch is included but space is limited. Contact Jeannie Sur for a reservation. Jeannie.email@example.com
Undergraduate Abby Ellsworth recently shared a few pages from her history notebook with us. Read more about how this USU freshman blends her interests in history and art to help her learn the material in her American History survey.
Careers in Publishing:
March 20, 8:00 - 9:00
Dr. Susan Ferber
(Oxford University Press, New York)
CHaSS large conference room. Breakfast included but space is limited. Please contact
Melissa.firstname.lastname@example.org for a reservation.
After undergraduate Arie French and Dr. Julia Gossard teamed up for the inaugural CHaSS summer research mentorship, they each presented their findings at conferences. Read more about their work together.
March 22, 6PM
Dr. Karen Petrone
Remembering and Forgetting War: Politics and Memory in Putin's Russia
Alumni House. Reception to follow
HIST 4990 Senior Capstone Conference
April 10th 3:30-8:30 p.m.
(program coming soon!)
Spring Departmental Field Trip:
Saturday, April 21
Join us for a day trip to the Fillmore Territorial State House Museum and the Topaz Japanese Internment Camp Museum. Registration is $10 and must be paid to reserve your spot. Register by April 1. Space is limited, so please contact Melissa Maughan to reserve your spot. Melissa.email@example.com
0710 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-0710
Phone: (435) 797-1290
Fax: (435) 797-3899