Get Involved

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 (

Phi Alpha Theta is on Facebook and Twitter:

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Political Science Clubs

College Republicans

Utah International Mountain Forum (UIMF)

  • 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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Department News

On September 4, 2018 in the Congressional Record the Hon. John R. Curtis of the Utah House of Representatives recognized members of the Utah International Mountain Forum and their success at the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development under the auspices of the United Nations Economic and Social Council on July 19, 2018 in New York.

Dr. Geoffrey Cockerham who is an associate Professor for the Political Science program recently had a book published. For more information go to:


Sam Elizinga, President of UIMF writes about International Mountain Day celebration