Two Utah State University professors have won recognition.

Doyle J. Matthews, dean of the College of Agriculture at Utah State University, was elected chairman of the Agricultural Division of the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges at its annual meeting in Kansas City, Mo.Matthews, who has served as dean at USU for 20 years, was chairman of the association's Council of Administrative Heads of Agriculture during 1990. The organization represents approximately 100 colleges and universities throughout the United States.

Charles Lutz, associate professor of business information systems and education at Utah State, has been named the 1990-91 Honors Professor by the school's Honors Program.

Lutz was selected by a committee of faculty and students. Nominations were solicited during the past academic year for a faculty member to teach a one-time course of the person's choosing for students in the USU Honors Program. The nature of the proposed course and the quality of the nominee's teaching were the principal criteria for selection.

During winter quarter, 1991, Lutz will offer "The Starship Earth: Going Where No One Has Ventured Before" as Honors 420H. The course is a critical examination of the impact of technology on the world of the future, specifically 30 years from now.