Judge is poised to ‘adjust gerrymandering with gerrymandering’
This move would give Navajos an edge in southern Utah county. Daniel McCool, professor of political science, says millions in federal aid designated for Indian services is a “cash cow” for San Juan County.
Journalism Is My Future, Can I Handle It?
Shaelyn Barber, who is majoring in political science and journalism, shared her thoughts on the future and her chosen career path in the aftermath of the campus shooting in a recent article in The Daily Utah Chronicle.
Salari comments on recent uptick in violent acts
Sonia Salari, associate professor of family and consumer studies, spoke with KSL's Deanie Wimmer on the alarming rise of violent acts such as mass shootings and domestic homicide.
Irwin Altman earned a bachelor's from New York University in 1951. He continued to pursue his studies in psychology at the University of Maryland, where he earned a master's and a Ph.D. in 1957.
Irv came to the University of Utah in 1969 as a professor of psychology and a professor of family and consumer studies. He was recognized for contributions as a teacher and a researcher when he was awarded the U's highest faculty honor, the Rosenblatt Prize, in 1988. Irv's administrative service at the U included chairperson for the Department of Psychology, dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Science, and vice president for academic affairs.
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Dr. Sjöberg, assistant professor of economics and a team of interdisciplinary researchers have been awarded a grant by the Swedish Research Council for Sustainable Development.
Congratulations to Taryn Horner, academic advising coordinator, who won the Region 10 Excellence in Advising Award from NACADA!
Steven E. Lobell, political science professor received a $1,179,073 Minerva Research Initiative grant to study near-crises.