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Why LPCS?

LPCS is a unique and diverse department. The faculty and students celebrate this diversity and believe that an important part of becoming an educated person is achieving an understanding of one’s self, others and how we connect with each other and the world. The department invites all those interested in exploring thought, expression, and values in a global context to join with us.


LPCS is hiring a Spanish Language Postdoc and two Communication Studies Postdocs.   Click on the above links for information on the hires.

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USU Speech and Debate Team Named Top Team
in Northwest Forensic Conference

Debate team

The Utah State University Speech and Debate Team was
recognized as the top Speech and Debate Program in the
Northwest Forensic Conference, which includes universitites
in six states.

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Languages, Philosophy and Communication Studies

0720 Old Main Hill
Logan, Ut  84322-0720
Phone: 435-797-1209
lpcs@usu.edu

UMC: 0720

Advising

Contact Suzann Winn 
Main 204B   435-797-1211
suzann.winn@usu.edu
Sign up for appointments at http://chassadvising.usu.edu

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