Throughout the year there are many events you can attend that are associated with your program. We also have student based clubs/societies specifically for history or political science majors, internship opportunities, and two undergraduate journals.

Student Clubs & Societies

History Clubs

History Club

National Honor Society

Phi Alpha Theta (http://www.phialphatheta.org/)

Phi Alpha Theta is on Facebook and Twitter:

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Political Science Clubs

College Republicans

Utah International Mountain Forum (UIMF) http://utahimf.org

  • Sustainable Development Club 
  • Foreign Affairs Club 
  • American-Israeli Alliance 
  • Cinematography Club 
  • Russian/Slavic Club 
  • Model UN 
  • History Club

Student Journals

We provide an opportunity for students to have their writings published or become a member of the editorial board. Click to read past volumes and learn more about Crescat Scientia or Youth and the Mountains.

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Crescat Scientia

Upcoming Events

 Tuesday, September 25, 2018

 Turning Points in History Lecture: Dr. Seth Archer, Utah State University

 “Hawai’i, 1778”

 7:00 p.m.

 FL 120

  

Friday, September 28, 2018

Ethics Awareness Week Events

2:00 - 3:30 p.m.

Peace and Justice Studies and UVU Fulton Library

Film Screening: Awake: A Dream From Standing Rock

Sponsored by the UVU Fulton Library

Oquirrh Mountain South (CB 511)


3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

Peace and Justice Studies and UVU Fulton Library

Panel Discussion: Awake: A Dream From Standing Rock

Sponsored by the UVU Fulton Library

Oquirrh Mountain South (CB 511)

 
For more Ethics Awareness Week Events (September 24-28): https://www.uvu.edu/ethics/events-blog/eaw/2018.html

 

Monday, October 22, 2018

desertcabalevent

Amy Irvine

50th Anniversary Response to Ed Abbey's Desert Solitaire

Desert Cabal offers a new look at Desert Solitaire 50 years after its first publication. Amy Irvine will read from her new book and 

answer questions from the audience.

2 p.m. 

CB 510

Sponsored by the following UVU Departments & Programs: History and Political Science, Environmental Studies, English and Literature, Integrated Studies

 

  

 

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Turning Points in History Lecture: Dr. Anne F. Hyde, Oklahoma University
 
“Trapped: A New History of Race and the Fur Trade”
 
7:00 p.m.
 
FL 120