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Researcher's work could help wildfire managers determine when to give evacuation orders

Dapeng Li (geography) is helping emergency managers to better determine when to call for evacuations due to a wildfire.

Utah business leaders create a new $200,000 Ivory Prize for the best ideas on affordable housing

Clark Ivory (political science), CEO of Ivory Homes, and his wife, Christine are some of the leaders involved with these new awards.

State board weighs Lake Powell Pipeline financing questions

Gabriel Lozada (economics), says local governments would need to raise its water rates by 678 percent to generate enough revenue to repay the state.

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Edward R. Christensen

Edward R. Christensen

Edward R. Christensen has achieved wide intellectual accomplishments in a variety of academic and professional fields and is devoted to civic and social service. He graduated from the University of Utah in 1948 with a B.S. in Chemistry and an M.S. in Chemistry in 1949. During his career as a research chemist with Texaco, Inc., Mr. Christensen earned an M.S. in Industrial Administration from Union College.
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Last Updated: 9/20/18