Today's big challenges require solutions where disciplines work together to meet human needs.
By bringing a community of faculty scholars, graduate and undergraduate students, community partners and policy makers together, the College of Social and Behavioral Science is producing knowledge and training that will provide lasting solutions to the world's toughest challenges.
Men who avoid teen parenthood through partners’ use of abortion gain long-term economic benefits
Bethany Everett (sociology) said “It is important that we recognize the stigma women who have abortions and abortion providers face..."
Where the Jordan River’s water comes from
Jennifer Follstad Shah (geography) says “It already is an engineered river. I would say that we’re not going to get away from that.”
Past Climate Change: A Warning for the Future?
Mitchell Power (geography) said: "It’s kind of a one-two punch: if the climate doesn’t get you, it might be the thousands of bodies that show up that you have to feed because extreme drought forced them out of their homelands.”
Congratulations to Lesley Garaycochea (Human Development and Social Policy) was one of five students in the country to be awarded the Diahann W. Lassus Scholarship from NAPFA.
Congratulations to Valerie D’Astous (family & consumer studies) was awarded a $300,000 grant from the Center for Person with Disabilities at Utah State University.
Congratulations to Jeanine Stefanucci (psychology) and John Faith (anthropology) for being named Celebrate U Research Honorees.
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Adult Autism Book Group
Anderson-Foothill Library 1135 S 2100 E Salt Lake City
8am - 2pm
Play for Life – The Tennyson Cecchini Memorial Tournament
Hidden Valley Country Club 11820 Highland Drive Sandy, UT 84092
2pm - 3:30pm
Research exploration for majors in ENVST, ANTH, GEOG & GIS
Carolyn and Kem Gardner Commons (GC)
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