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Still accepting Applications for Fall 2018
Graduate Program

Still Accepting applications

Graduate Admissions

Applications for Fall 2018 admission to the graduate program in political science are still being considered. In addition, limited funding is available for competitive students. The funding includes a full tuition waiver and $10,000 stipend for the year.
Apply through the Graduate School ((http://rgs.usu.edu/graduateschool/apply/) and see our page on graduate study (http://politicalscience.usu.edu/study/graduate-study) for more information.

 

CHaSS hosted the Utah Supreme Court March 19, 2018

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The Utah Supreme Court traveled north Monday, March 19, to conduct its usual business in what was the justices’ first Logan-based court session in known history.

The five justices heard oral arguments in two cases in a provisional courtroom on the stage at the Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall. A question-and-answer session with the justices followed. 

Chief Justice Durrant recognized the Law and Constitutional Studies program in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. “We are grateful to USU for helping students gain a better understanding of our laws and Constitution,” he said. The program, which was developed by Tony Peacock, is in its 16th year.


Congratulations to our graduating Graduate Students 2018!
  

graduationAssistant Professor Jeannie Johnson, Camille Mindrum, Barrett Anderson and Professor Anthony Peacock at the 2018 Commencement. 

 

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