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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.


Changes in Policy for Credit by Advanced Coursework, and Departmental Language Exams


2018 US Civil Rights Pilgrimage Scholarship Sponsored by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the USU Diversity Council, Languages, Philosophy and Communication Studies, and SSWA.

“Research papers from the Lackstrom Linguistics Symposium sponsored through our MSLT program.” Perspectives on Effective Teaching in DLI and Foreign Language Classrooms

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John SieterLi Guo

"Women's Role in Pre-1900 Chinese Literature"
July 17, 2017, 2017

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Maria CorderoMaria Cordero

"Commitment to the Life of a Scholar"
July 17, 2017, 2017

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Li Guo Felipe Valencia
"Reconstructing Lyric and Melancholy"

July 17, 2017, 2017

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John SeiterJohn Seiter
"The Art and Science of Persuasion"
July 17, 2017, 2017

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Jason GilmoreKristina Scharp, Elizabeth Dorrance Hall

"Researchers of the 'Black Sheep'
Family Dynamic Featured in Forbes"

June 5, 2017
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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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