Utah Tech University

Humanities Center

Vision Statement

The Utah Tech Humanities Center strives to foreground the humanities and social sciences and their role in the education of students, the development of faculty and staff members, and the engagement of the university with the broader community. This center also champions a human-centered approach to both the use of technology and the fulfillment of the Utah Tech University mission to be an open, inclusive, comprehensive, polytechnic university.

Reading and Learning in the Digital Age Conference

With Keynote Speaker

Maryanne Wolf

Director, UCLA Center for Dyslexia, Diverse Learners, and Social Justice

October 6-7, 2023 Utah Tech University

Author of Reader Come Home: The Reading Brain in the Digital World (2019)

Call for Papers

Collaborative Teaching Mini-Grants

The Utah Tech Humanities Center will be awarding a number of mini-grants for faculty members who collaborate on classroom instruction that highlights the connections and foreground the learning experiences that exist between the humanities/social sciences and other academic disciplines and programs on the Utah Tech campus. Proposals for mini-grants should explain the learning outcomes and pedagogical goals, as well as the scope of the proposed collaborations: assignments, course instruction, assessment, etc. Mini-grants of $100-$250 will be awarded twice a year depending on funding.

Deadline for spring semester proposals-Nov. 15th

Deadline for fall semester proposals-Apr. 1st

Upcoming Events

Oct 06-07, 2023 Reading and Learning in the Digital Age Conference with Keynote Speaker Maryanne Wolf


Randy Jasmine (he/him/his)

UTHC Coordinator

Email: randy.jasmine@utahtech.edu

Phone: 435-652-7811

Office: Holland 418