News

  • Forster Lands in Greenland

    Associate Dean Rick Forster has officially landed in Greenland! Check out his field work on the ice sheets.

  • Utah Dems Seething Over no Shurtleff Prosecution

    Prosecutors are seeking to drop all the criminal corruption charges against former three-term Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff. Political science professor Tim Chambless says, "Tossing out the case will erode the public's confidence in the judicial system."

  • Questioning Reason Foundation's Critique

    Econ professor Peter Philips questions the validity of conservative Reason Foundation's study on cost-effectiveness of maintaining NJ highways.

  • Congratulations to Craig Bryan!

    Congratulations to associate professor of psychology Craig Bryan for receiving the prestigious Presidential Scholar Award!

Students

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The College of Social and Behavioral Science serves over 25% of the University of Utah's Students. The college currently offers 40 degrees.

  • 12 Undergraduate Degrees
  • 15 Master's Degrees
  • 5 Ph.D. Degrees
  • 8 Specialized Certificates

CSBS accounts for five of the Top 10 Majors including economics, human development and family studies, political science, psychology and sociology.

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Alumni, Emeriti & Friends

Rep. Jennifer Seelig

Rep. Jennifer Seelig

Jennifer Maurine Seelig has been involved in politics and public service for more than decade at a policy-making and leadership level. She was a policy and research analyst for the Salt Lake City Council between 1995 and 2000, handling such sensitive and critical issues relating to crime control, budget compliance within the administrative office, community relations, and public meetings involving the City Council.
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