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  • Calculating how the Pacific was Settled

    Anthropology professor Adrian Bell's latest study analyzes theories of how people from 900-3,500 years ago settled islands of the Pacific.

  • 30 Top Thinkers Under 30

    Economics doctoral student Diksha Arora was recently profiled in Pacific Standard Magazine's "30 Top Thinkers under 30" series.

  • Professor Honored at Inter-Tribal Pow-Wow

    Anthropology professor John McCullough was recently honored for his work with Native American Indian students, the Indian Resource Center, and the Urban Indian Center.

  • Anthropology Colloquium Series

    Guest speaker Melissa Emery Thompson will be here Thursday, April 23 to talk about the changes that have affected our reproductive life history.

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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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