College of Humanities

Humans of the U: Lindberg Heitmann

“I want to be an ally to underserved populations and help break the segregation cycle. I would like to make others’ paths easier than mine.”


Recognizing our exceptional faculty

Read about the achievements of exceptional faculty members in teaching, research, mentorship and service.


U establishes Edna Anderson-Taylor Communication Institute

A generous donation from “Miss Julie,” will secure the communication institute’s long-term impact.


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International Holocaust Rememberance Day

The latest Humanities Radio episodes commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day.


Tanner Lecture on Artificial Intelligence and Human Values

The lecture will focus on how the digital revolution is entwined with the evolution of capitalism.


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Origins of Latinx Heritage Month

“Humanities Radio” celebrates Latinx Heritage Month in the first two episodes of season four.


Outdoor Wi-Fi access on campus expanded

It is now easier than ever to get connected on campus.


Overconfidence in news judgement

A new study shows that overconfidence in news judgment is associated with false news susceptibility.


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Defining cultural appropriation

Utah’s poet laureate discusses cultural appropriation when it comes to writing in recognition of National Poetry Month.


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Women U should know

Humanities Radio introduces us to women we should know this Women’s History Month.