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07

Write 4 Rights

Wednesday, December 7, 2016, 12 - 2pm

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Anthropologist Kristen Hawkes on Grandmothers

Anthropologist Kristen Hawkes explains why human females live so long and their role in parenting their children's children.

A New Start for Gender and Ethnic Studies

Gender and Ethnic Studies have left the College of Social and Behavioral Science and have launched a whole new school, The School for Cultural and Social Transformation.

How to Win an Argument?

Psychology professor Peter Ditto adds his take on a few tips to help turn arguments in your favor this holiday season.

Alumni, Emeriti, & Friends

Shauna Graves-Robertson

Shauna Graves-Robertson

Shauna Graves-Robertson has served as a Salt Lake County Justice Court Judge since 1999. She received her Law Degree and Masters of Public Administration from the University of Utah. Prior to her appointment to the bench she worked as an attorney for the Salt Lake Legal Defender Association. She star ted her career with the Division of Youth Corrections in 1980. In 1984 she was appointed by Governor Scott M. Matheson to head the Office of Black Affairs.
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Recent Awardees

  • Congratulations to Erin KaufmanCongratulations to Erin Kaufman

    Erin Kaufman is the winner of this year's American Psychological Foundation (APF) 2016 Lizette Petersonā€Homer Memorial Injury Research Grant. This grant focuses on psychosocial research on injuries to children and young adults through accidents, violence, abuse, or suicide.

  • Congratulations to Jeremy Grove!Congratulations to Jeremy Grove!

    Congratulations to psych graduate student Jeremy Grove on his receipt of a National Research Service Award!

  • Congratulations to Erika Roberge!Congratulations to Erika Roberge!

    Congratulations to psych graduate student Erika Roberge, and her advisor, Craig Bryan, for winning the university's Distinguished Master's Thesis Competition!

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