Scott Sprenger, Dean
The Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities offers comprehensive programs encompassing the visual and performing arts, languages, literature, and communications. The programs of the College are designed to help students gain a thorough understanding of their cultural and aesthetic heritage and to prepare them for employment opportunities that will take advantage of the special skills developed through rigorous study of the arts and humanities. The educational and cultural programs of the departments are available to both major and non-major students.
The curriculum of the Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities is enriched by special lectures, exhibitions, dramatic and musical productions. Many nationally known artists perform each year before audiences drawn from the campus and the community.
Associate Dean: Amanda Lee Sowerby
Location: Val A. Browning Center, Room 312
Telephone Contact: Hollie Mckeeth 801-626-6424
Senior College Advisor: Debra Murphy 801-626-6631
Location: Elizabeth Hall, Room 413A
College Advisor: Megan Olsen 801-626-6664
Location: Elizabeth Hall, Room 413C
|Communication: Dr. Sheree Josephson
|Communication Master’s Program: Dr. Sarah Steimel
|English Language & Literature: Dr. Hal Crimmel
|English Master’s Program: Dr. David Hartwig
|Foreign Languages: Dr. Isabel Asensio
|Performing Arts: Dr. Thomas Priest
|Visual Art and Design: Mr. Matthew Choberka
Matthew S. Browning Center for Design
The Matthew S. Browning Center for Design draws on a number of different disciplines and strands of experience to imagine new design solutions for a variety of applications, including graphic design, data visualization, lighting design, product design, game design, service design, and much more. Students will engage with a broad range of media, interfaces, spaces and cultures to develop skills valuable for entry into graduate school programs, professional schools and/or the labor market.
Weber: The Contemporary West
Editor: Dr. Michael Wutz
Managing Editor: Alexandria Thompson
Instituted in 1984 as Weber Studies, this interdisciplinary humanities journal is published under the auspices of the Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities. Indexed in leading indexes in the humanities and social sciences, the journal is peer-reviewed and has an international editorial board. For more information see weberjournal.weber.edu.
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