Monday, April 23, 2018, 10:15 - 11:15am
Pay it Forward: Nonprofit collects medical equipment for disadvantaged around the world
HSP student Mohan Sudabattula was recently featured on the KUTV 2 News Pay it Forward segment for his nonprofit organization Project Embrace. Sudabattula received a donation of $500 from Mountain America Credit Union to help Project Embrace with supplies, trips, and more.
The Rocky Mountains Are Dusty, And It's A Problem
Geography assistant professor McKenzie Skiles recently co-authored a study that looked at which is the greater threat to snowpack: warmer temperatures or dust.
Smart, Progressive, But Less Happy
"Promiscuous America is urban, adulterous, secular, politically progressive and more educated," says adjunct professor of sociology and family and consumer studies Nicholas Wolfinger. But the most promiscuous are also less happy.
Len Jordan is a Managing Director of Madrona Venture Group. He joined the firm in January 2010 and currently serves on the boards of Bizible, Cedexis, iSpot.tv, and MaxPoint. Len has served on the boards of twelve early-stage companies and on behalf of Frazier Technology Ventures currently serves on the board of Control4 (CTRL - Nasdaq).
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Congratulations to the Department of Sociology! College Factual ranked their undergraduate degree 45 out of 524 programs nationwide and number 1 in Utah.
Congratulations to Jennifer Watt, associate director and assistant professor lecturer of environmental and sustainability studies, who received this award from Student Leadership & Involvement!
Congratulations to Sarah Creem-Regehr and Elizabeth Conradt for their receipt of the Superior Research Awards in CSBS!