Friday, February 24, 2017, 12 - 1pm
Friday, February 24, 2017, 2:15 - 3:15pm
Possible Changes to Bears Ears National Monument
Political science professor Matthew Burbank comments on the politics surrounding the possible change to the Bears Ears National Monument designation that might be made by President Trump.
Congratulations to U's Model EU Team!
University of Utah Model European Union Club Wins Top Awards at West Coast Model EU against Pac-12 Universities
Labs for Liberty
Cody Somners and other members of the Air Force Reserve Officer's Training Corps (AFROTC) are working hard to train Angie, a black lab puppy. Angie will be a service dog for US Military veterans with PTSD, thanks to the work being done by Labs for Liberty.
Dan England earned a bachelor's in political science in 1971 and a juris doctorate in 1974 from the University of Utah. While attending Utah he was a member of Beta Epsilon chapter of the Sigma Chi fraternity.
In 1974 Dan began a private law practice specializing in insurance litigation and transportation. In 1977 he joined C.R. England— a family owned trucking firm — as in-house legal counsel. Dan became general manager in 1982 and was promoted to chief executive officer in 1988. In 2005, he was elected chairman of the board.
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Congratulations to Armando Solórzano for being selected as the recipient of the 2017 Distinguished Faculty Service Award!
Six Utah veterans will have the opportunity to participate in the R&R Program offered by the U’s National Center for Veterans Studies thanks to a grassroots charitable organization, Women Who Care.
Congratulations to Becky Utz, Associate Professor in Sociology, for her receipt of the University of Utah's Distinguished Teaching Award!
CAROLYN AND KEM GARDNER BUILDING
CAMPUS COMMUNITY DIALOGUE: HEALTH CARE IN AMERICA