Tyler Lefevor

Psychological Bulletin Publishes USU Professor's
Research on Religion & Sexual Minorities

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In the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services, we have long been committed to the values of equality and inclusivity. We are now greatly inspired by the courage of those peacefully protesting national and global systems of racism. The worldwide demonstrations following the tragic killing of George Floyd are on an unprecedented scale, and these protests are bringing about important transformations for all of us. For those in the Black community, we know that you carry an additional burden, and we use our voices to stand in solidarity with you. We are listening and we are learning.

Each of us can work harder to stretch beyond our comfort zones and seek to understand the experiences of those who have been systemically marginalized. Our college will continue to seek growth in this area, as we renew our commitment to an environment of respectful learning, inclusion, and equality for all

About CEHS

The Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services is home to eight departments and is committed to quality teaching, outreach and research. The college is an extraordinary place where students can become outstanding teachers and human services professionals. These are a few of our college’s numerous achievements:

  • Our graduate programs are ranked #1 in all of Utah and #29 in the nation according to the U.S. News and World Report.
  • We are ranked 12th in the nation in total research dollars.
  • Our college has placement rates at or above 94% for certified graduates seeking employment in special education, elementary education, speech-language pathology, audiology, and 18 secondary education fields.

Graduate and undergraduate programs are strengthened by an on-campus elementary laboratory school and five stand-alone centers. These offer services to the community and provide students with real-world service and research opportunities. We are committed to providing the best learning opportunities and educational research in the state of Utah.

The Legacy of Emma Eccles Jones

Emma Eccles Jones was Logan’s first kindergarten teacher. With warmth, humor, and intelligence, she brought joy to the lives of children as she worked to establish Utah State’s program of quality teacher preparation. Our college, named to honor the legacy of Emma Eccles Jones, is dedicated to the highest levels of excellence in teaching, research, and human service. We are the #1 school of education in Utah, ranked in the top 3% of schools of education in the nation, and 12th nationally in research funding. As our reputation as a producer of exceptional teachers and human services professionals continues to grow, we have the largest number of undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty of any college at Utah State University.



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