From the College of Humanities and Social Sciences
On the Cover
A Place for History

A Place for History

Conservation is more than putting up boundaries and keeping people out. One alumni’s effort to save a wildlife refuge in Africa involves graduate student Domingos Muala’s efforts to include local populations in the conversation.


Features
Honor and Responsibility

Honor and Responsibility

Briana Bowen is the university’s first Truman Scholar since 1984. Read More

Using Her Voice

Using Her Voice

Challenge students and they will rise to the occasion, argues junior Taylor Halversen. Read More

Rethinking Higher Education

Rethinking Higher Education

Professors are reconsidering what higher education is, and what it should be. Read More

Research
What the Dead Can Tell Us

What the Dead Can Tell Us

Bones can tell the story of a life. Anthropology professor Patricia Lambert believes they have a lot more to reveal. Read More

Salvaging the Mind

Salvaging the Mind

Derrik Tollefson and Susan Mansfield, ’14, investigate if computer games can stave off dementia. Read More

When Culture is Missing

When Culture is Missing

Jeannie Johnson, a former CIA analyst, has developed a better method for evaluating strategic intelligence.
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On the Bookshelf
Building Something New

Writing Failure to be Better

Alumni author Brandon Schrand’s latest book discusses the writing that has shaped his life. Read More

Dean's Column
Looking East

A Message from the Dean

A word with John C. Allen. Read More

Office Hours
Visualizing Humankind

A Step Towards Peace

By Karin deJonge-Kannan. Read More

On the Back
Super Pac or Super Bust?

The Legacy of Utah State

Kasondra Payne is the 2013 recipient of the Legacy of Utah State Award. Read More