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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.


New Faculty Fall 2017: Tim Curran - Communication Studies
Viginie Reali - French


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


USU Debaters Third Overall in Frist Major Competition Against 26 Colleges. Thursday Oct 19, 2017


“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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Crescencio LopezCrescencio Lopez

"Community Connections: Keeping Culture Alive"
September 21, 2107



Yurika AtsukoYurika Izumi and Atsuko Neely

"Japanese: A Hidden Language at USU"
September 21, 2017



Christa and ClaudiaChrista Jones and Claudia Schwabe
"Fairy Tales in Higher Education"

September 21, 2017




Kevin KroghKevin Krogh
"Second Language Learning"
September 21, 2017

 


Charlie HuenemannCharlie Huenemann

"Making the Intellectual Accessible"
September 21, 2017

 

 

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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