Tuesday, January 23, 2018, 4 - 5pm
Chambless weighs in on President Trump's visit to Utah
Tim Chambless, associate professor (lecturer) of political science spoke with Good4Utah regarding President Trump's visit to Utah and what it means for Bears Ears National Monument.
Mohan Sudabattula spotlighted in Humans of the U
CSBS student, Mohan Sudabattula, founded Project Embrace and is triple-majoring in biology, philosophy and health, society & policy. “Last spring, I was having an existential crisis with where I was going, what I wanted to do.
Strayer's Work Featured in Newly Published Photo Essay
Professor of psychology, David Strayer, and his team were recently featured in the photo essay, Human Nature with images from their study of cognition in nature.
Anthon S. Cannon, Jr.
Tony Cannon, a senior partner in the law firm of Pillsbury Winthrop LLP, an international law firm with 800 lawyers and 22 offices in the United States and abroad, has maintained strong ties with the University of Utah despite living and working in Los Angeles for the past 28 years. Tony "grew up" on the University of Utah campus where his father was a professor and his mother was president of the University Women's Club. Tony received his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Utah in 1962, a J.D. degree from Harvard University , and an LLM (Taxation) degree in law from New York University . Tony specializes in business law with particular expertise in tax planning and litigation for international and domestic clients .
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Congratulations to Ian Adams, political science PhD student, for being named a 2017 American Society for Public Administration Founders Fellow!
Congratulations to Lori Kowaleski-Jones and Adrienne Cachelin for winning the U’s Distinguished Teaching Award!
Alexis May (Postdoctoral Research Fellow, National Center for Veterans Studies) was recently awarded a grant to conduct a randomized clinical trial testing a couples adaptation of the crisis response plan to prevent suicidal behaviors among military personnel and veterans.