Academic Advising Changes

Beginning September 22, 2014, we will have three advisors advising for all International & Area Studies programs, including International Studies, Asian Studies, Latin American Studies, and Middle East Studies.

You may make appointments with any of the advisors by booking from the new advising page. You are expected to come on time and prepared with a current DARS report. Thank you for your patience as we transition!

International & Area Studies Advisors:

Ashley Glenn

Kellie Hubbard

Caitlin McDonald

Attention students:

Beginning Summer 2014, we will be requiring a reflection paper upon completion of your Signature Experience. Click here for details.


Important undergraduate dates & deadlines:

September 29th: Spring 2015 schedule published

October 24th: Last day to withdraw from classes

November 1st: Spring graduation application deadline



Chinese Culture Week is this week!

This week, the Confucius Institute is hosting a variety of events, including calligraphy and painting exhibits, a music concert, and guest lectures on Chinese topics. Be sure to come by!

Click on the poster for more details.

Culture Week 2014


Career Fair

September 30th, 9am to 3pm

Union Ballroom

Immersion Conference 2014

NGOs, Political Protest and Civil Society

Thursday October 23, 2014 at 2pm

OSH 255

Presented by Professor Carew Boulding, Political Science University of Colorado Boulder.

NGO presentation


Global Utah

See why Asian Studies matters as much locally as it does globally.

Student spotlight:

Congratulations to Asian Studies major Garrett Norris, who has received the Critical Language Scholarship for Japanese!

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Last Updated: 9/29/14