Welcome to UVU's College of Humanities & Social Sciences

The CHSS Dean's office is located on the 2nd floor of the Liberal Arts building in LA 209. Our main telephone number is 801.863.7435. Our fax number is 801.863.7383. Our Mail Stop is 144. We are home to the following academic departments:

 

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CHSS Conferences & Events

 

 

CHSS CALENDAR

Labor Day

Monday, September 1, 2014

Campus will be closed


2014 Presidential Lecture: Changing The World Through Interfaith Cooperation

Wednesday, September 3, 2014 • 1 - 2:30PM
UVU Grande Ballroom

Eboo Patel, founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core. For more information visit the Interreligious Engagement Initiative website.


The Past & Future of Civil Resistance with Dr. Erica Chenoweth, University of Denver

Thursday, September 18, 2014 • 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM 

Library Auditorium (Li 120)


Ethics Awareness Week

September 22-26, 2014

For a full list of events please check out the Ethics Center website.


Happenings in Humanities: Saxophonist John Flanders 

Thursday, September 25, 2014 • 7 PM

SC 206


For a full calendar please check out the CHSS Events page

CHSS NEWS:

The Forgotten CarolsTickets now available for Forgotten Carols Scholarship Dinner & Performance

Every December musician and filmmaker Michael McLean hosts a special VIP event before his performance of The Forgotten Carols at the UCCU Events Center. Money raised from ticket sales from this event goes toward The Forgotten Carols Scholarship fund, which provides scholarships for UVU students in deep financial need.

This year's event will be on Friday, December 5th and tickets are on sale now. For $200 you get an amazing meal prepared by UVU's award-winning Culinary Arts program, 2 VIP seats to that evening's performance of The Forgotten Carols at the UCCU Events Center, and a special commemorative gift.

Click here to learn more about the scholarship, hear stories from our past recipients, and purchase tickets for this year's performance. 

For more CHSS news items check out our Newsroom.


DEAN'S MESSAGE:

Dean David YellsWelcome to the College of Humanities & Social Sciences at Utah Valley University. The College is proud to offer Associate and Bachelors Degrees in a wide range of disciplines housed in our seven departments. For more information on specific programs, please visit the departmental home pages.

Our faculty and staff are highly professional, highly motivated individuals who are committed to providing an exceptional undergraduate educational experience. Education in the College of Humanities & Social Sciences is provided in a wide range of formats. There are traditional lecture-based classes, laboratory classes, internships, and service learning opportunities. We offer a wide range of courses that fulfill General Education Requirements and courses that fill major requirements. We hope our students develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities to enable them to be successful participants in today's world.


OUR MISSION:

The College of Humanities & Social Sciences offers degree programs and courses of study in several disciplines. Through superb teaching, students and graduates of the College acquire many of the intellectual and practical skills necessary for the workplace, for further professional and graduate study, and for participation in the community, in the nation, and globally. In the challenging, yet nurturing, environment of the classroom, and through undergraduate scholarship, research, and service-learning projects, our students have the opportunity to reach their academic and employment goals. Many of the College's graduates move right into the workforce, and many others continue their education in fields such as law, business, medicine, government, teaching, the social sciences.


RESOURCES FOR CHSS FACULTY:

facultyElizabeth OwensMichael MinchKris DotyRussell WarneRon Hammond

CHSS Faculty members can access our faculty resource page here.


THE NEW CLASSROOM BUILDING:

Classroom BuildingRendering of the Classroom Building

The new building is planned to include:

  • 236 offices
  • 32 classrooms, including two computer labs and three "experimental" (highly collaborative) classrooms
  • 6 conference rooms
  • 3 study rooms
  • 1 multi-purpose room (similar to Library's Lakeside room)
  • Multiple configurable "study zones" (think write-on glass, a few areas with monitors and/or whiteboards, and movable furniture)

WE ARE SOCIAL


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