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Oct 05, 2015

The Mountain West Center for Regional Studies facilitates the awarding of two scholarships for Spring Semester, 2016. Read More

Four Grad Students Presented at RMAC

Sep 28, 2015

Four of our Graduate students presented at the Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference. Read More

Ethnographic Field School with Dr. Dengah in Brazil summer 2016

Sep 21, 2015

EXPLORING IDENTITY THROUGH DIFFERENCE: An Immersive Experience of Race and Class in Brazil. This course will provide students an experiential journey to understand how race and class construct Brazilian identity. The Brazilian patterns of these social systems are remarkably similar to those of America, yet manifest themselves very differently in national discourse. Read More

Former Nuclear Sub Commander to Share How Faith-Based Diplomacy Counteracts Religious Extremism in World “Hot Spots”

Sep 16, 2015

Dr. Douglas Johnston, founder and president of the Washington D.C.-based Center for Religion and Diplomacy will speak on Tuesday, October 13th at the USU Taggart Student Center Auditorium about how his organization helped end a 21 year old civil war as well as how they brokered the release of 14 Taliban-held hostages. Read More

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