USU Student Association
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Clubs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Contact Person: Chris Fairbanks
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
An organization for Pre Law, Criminal Justice, and Political majors to analyze current laws and policies that need revision and thus advocate the needed reforms. To discuss local and state vague laws those exist and inform the public of these vague laws so as to reduce the excessive burden of needless cases that traffic through the state and county justice system. We as a whole will refine ourselves in preparation to enter the Political and Legal arena so as to be better prepared to make a noticeable difference.
Contact Person: Emily Stephensen
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To create an environment of comedy on the USU campus and to instruct students in the fundamentals of sketch, improvisational, and stand-up comedy.
Contact Person: Angie Anderson
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A. To provide greater opportunities for faculty and student interactions B. To provide social activities and events for the membership C. To provide learning opportunities as it applies to the field and study of communications
Contact Person: Amanda Leifson
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The mission of the Graduate Association of Political Science Students, or GAPSS, is to promote the academic and social interactions of political science graduate students with faculty and staff at Utah State University. Through planning, coordinating, and carrying out events to promote these goals, GAPSS will provide a venue wherein students and faculty can work together to promote research, academic findings and achievement, and participate in enriching social experiences.
Contact Person: Jonathan McGarry
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Great place to either refresh or learn the most beautiful language in the world! We could even teach you some amazing cooking skills!
Contact Person: Porter Illi
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The USU Middle East Club is for both Arab and non-Arab students alike, with our main objective being mutual understanding and appreciation through linguistic, political, religious and cultural immersion. From political panels, participation in the Model Arab League and Arabic-speaking hours, to pot luck dinners and movie nights; the club hosts numerous activities that help foster an environment of learning, discovery and indeed fun.
Contact Person: Val Jackson
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The purpose of this club is to connect, through its activities, current and former MSLT students in practices of second language teaching and in critical discussion of current research of Second Language Acquisition.
Contact Person: Jessica Lucero
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To recognize and promote scholastic achievement among students and faculty involved in the undergraduate or graduate social work program at Utah State University. To recognize, improve and further the goals of social work in the community,state, nation and world. To stimulate interest in preparation for a career in social work. To encourage continued study and research at the undergraduate level, the graduate level, and in professional practice. To recognize those professional social workers and others whose service, contributions and leadership are held in esteem.
Contact Person: Ariel Cunningham
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1. Increasing our knowledge of Russian culture and history. 2. Understanding how to use Russian to enrich our future professional endeavors. 3. Provide service. 4. Creating friendships and memories.
Contact Person: Ryan Barnett
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Our principle goal is conversation, but we also play games ,watch movies, and do other activities as a group to better our Spanish and learn more about the culture of Spanish speaking areas around the world.
Contact Person: Millie Tullis
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The purpose of the club is to provide students with opportunities to share their own writing, meet professional writers, learn about the writing profession, and become a part of a writing community.
Contact Person: Mark Warren
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The mission of the Utah State University College Republicans is to create awareness of conservative beliefs and ideas on campus, increase political awareness among our members, campaign and volunteer for Republican candidates and provide a social network for conservative students. We help advance the Republican cause through activism, education, events and involvement on the Utah State University campus, throughout Cache Valley and the State of Utah. We are the Best Party on Campus!
Contact Person: Max Parker Dahl
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A. To create student-produced magazine targeted towards current students at Utah State University. B. To foster, through the magazine, a sense of community across the university, transcending individual departments. C. To provide real-life work experience for talented writers, artists and future business leaders. D. To explore the varied aspects of student life, provide a means of expression for students and celebrate the diversity and accomplishments of individual students and the university as a whole.
Contact Person: John Delaney
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Educate and mobilize youth activists committed to winning On principle.