Co-founded by USU Spanish professor J.P. Spicer-Escalante, Decimononica is an online, refereed, international journal, which highlights the cultural production of the 19thcentury Hispanic World, and publishes two editions per year. The journal received start-up funding from the college and its Department of Languages, Philosophy and Speech Communication. Scholarly submissions from a literary or cultural studies perspective with a focus on Latin America or Spain are invited for consideration.
Technology Assisted Language Center: This center serves primarily as a self-paced, language practice facility for students majoring in foreign languages. Also included in the TAL Center, is a tutoring room where students can meet with language tutors.
Mountain West Center for Regional Studies
The Mountain West Center for Regional Studies is a platform for multidisciplinary research, teaching and outreach. The center promotes greater knowledge of our understanding of the Interior West, its land, history, and cultural groups. An example of the type of ongoing work at the Mountain West Center is the Northern Utah/Southern Idaho Folklife Project. Funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, the center researches the traditional culture of the people of this region.