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April 14 - 20, 2019

Monday, April 15

Free Training on Opioid Overdose Prevention


A free overdose prevention training, created by students in a Project Management/'Projects for Good' class and Utah Naloxone, begins at 7 p.m. Learn how to identify and "reverse" an opioid overdose with Naloxone. Everyone will receive free Narcon kits.

4/15 at 7:00 pm | More Info

Tuesday, April 16

Dr. Norm Jones: Celebration of a Career


Join us in celebration of Norm Jones, honoring his distinguished 40-year career of scholarship, teaching and service to USU, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department of History. Refreshments served. RSVP at

4/16 at 5:00 pm | More Info

Wednesday, April 17

Brown Bag lunch with Dr. Paul Crumbley, on the legacy of May Swenson


The Center for Women and Gender Studies invites you to attend the Brown Bag lecture series, "May Swenson and the Place of the Human." Bring a sack lunch and come listen to English professor Dr. Paul Crumbley talk about the legacy of poet May Swenson.

4/17 at 12:00 pm | Merrill-Cazier Library | More Info

Lecture by Sheena McFarland on "Ending Marginalization in Marketing"


The Morris Media & Society Lecture Series in the Department of Journalism and Communication presents Sheena McFarland, speaking on "Ending Marginalization in Marketing." She is the director of marketing and communications at the University of Utah's David Eccles School of Business.

4/17 at 2:00 pm | Merrill-Cazier Library | More Info

Morris Media & Society Lecture Series: Sheena McFarland


Writer, brander, marketer and communications specialist Sheena McFarland will challenge Utah State University students, staff and faculty to stop contributing to the process of “minoritization” when she presents the 2019 Morris Media & Society Lecture.

McFarland is the director of marketing and communications at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah, and a former reporter and editor at The Salt Lake Tribune. Born in India, McFarland was adopted as a baby by a family in Utah, and she has written with transparency and passion about growing up as a minority in one of the most homogenous states in the nation.

In her lecture, McFarland will discuss what marketers and professional communicators can, and should, be doing to ensure they are not continuing a cycle of minoritization – the process by which social constructs push people to the margins of society in ways that are far beyond their control.

The event is free and open to all members of the community.

4/17 at 2:00 pm | Merrill-Cazier Library | More Info

"The Wonderful World of Harry Potter": Writing workshop sponsored by USU Writing Center and Logan Library


"The Wonderful World of Harry Potter: A Case Study Extravaganza!" with Cari Phillips and Shaun Anderson is this week's writing workshop. Sponsored by the USU Writing Center and Logan Library. Free individual tutoring from 6-7 p.m. Co-sponsored by the Cache Valley Community Writing Center.

4/17 at 5:00 pm | More Info

Thursday, April 18

Human in the Helmet: A discussion on athletes and increasing mental health issues

Panel Discussion/Presentation

In this public discusison about the increase in mental health needs among our athletes, current BYU and former USU Athletics’ Team Doctor, Dr. Darren Campbell, will discuss ways to recognize and treat anxiety, concussion complications, and the emotional aspects of dealing with injuries.
“Human In The Helmet” is sponsored by Utah State University Athletics, Intermountain Healthcare, and Utah Public Radio are concerned about the increase in mental health needs among our athletes.

Also, a panel of professionals, coaches, parents, and athletes will participate in a Q&A session. Breakout booths with mental health experts and support group representatives will provide opportunities to learn about mental health resources.

4/18 at 6:00 pm | Wayne Estes Center | More Info

Saturday, April 20

Future Memory: Mapping the Anthropocene conference


A day-long conference addressing the concept of a new geologic age, or Anthropocene, the period during which human activities has been a dominant force on climate and environment. Day includes presentations, panel discussions and a film screening. Agenda at link below. Sponsored by the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies USU College of Natural Resources,and Utah Humanities. Free and open to the public

4/20 at 9:00 am | Agricultural Science Building | More Info



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