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samira gholamiCSBS Student Spotlight: Samira Gholami

My name is Samira Gholami and I am third year pre-medical student studying Health, Society, and Policy with a minor in Nutrition. I was awarded the FLAS scholarship for the 17-18 academic year in Persian and let me just say, this experience has been بسیار خوب. I grew up learning both Persian (Farsi) and English at the same time, which resulted in a hybrid language our family has aptly termed "Finglish" (Farsi-English).

The FLAS scholarship has accented my interest in pursuing medicine wonderfully because it has allowed me to take language classes that will benefit me on my journey to becoming a translator for Persian speaking patients both at the Maliheh Free Clinic and ultimately, through my work as a physician in order to better connect with patients. #bethesolution


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Thursday, March 29 | 10:00-11:00 AM
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Human Rights: Young migrants and refugees
Thursday, March 29 | 7:00 PM
Utah Museum of Fine Arts

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Thursday, April 5 2018 | 1:30-3:00 PM
Hinckley Caucus Room | Building 73

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Tuesday, April 10, 2018 | 6:30 PM
Stewart Building | Room 104 (Auditorium)

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Wednesday, April 18 2018 | 12:00-3:00 PM
BEH S Tower Halls

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Tuesday, April 24, 2018 | 4:30-6:00 PM
Saltair Room | Union Building

 

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Awards and Grants

  • Tanner and Uno to receive honorary degrees at commencement
    The University of Utah announced that two friends of CSBS will be receiving the highest award given by the institution.

  • angie midgley

    Congratulations to sociology administrative officer Angela Midgley for her receipt of the CSBS Staff Excellence Award.

  • Congratulations to Marissa Diener, associate professor of family and consumer studies who received the 2018 CSBS Excellence in Mentoring Award.

  • rebeca gonzalez-rochaCongratulations to CSBS student Rebeca Gonzalez-Rocha, the recipient of the 2018 Monson Prize for her project entitled, 'Supporting immigrant families through their involvement in early childhood education', with faculty mentor Cheryl Wright. 

  • andrew linke

    Congratulations to geography assistant professor Andrew Linke, who was recently awarded a grant from the the Economic and Social Research Council of the UK.

  • Congratulations to Bert Uchino, professor of psychology, who won the 2018 Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Scholar Distinguished Mentor Award.

  • Congratulations to Tracey Farnsworth who has been named a Champion of Women by the Women's Enrollment Initiative. Farnsworth has also received the 2018 UAAC Outstanding Academic Advisor Award.

  • Congratulations to Armando Solorzano of family and consumer studies, Claudia Geist of sociology and Jennifer Watt of environmental and sustainability studies, who have just been awarded the 2017-2018 CSBS Superior Teaching Awards.

  • Congratulations to Hannah Samowitz, psychology major, and Valeria Jimenez, political science major, who were awarded Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Awards.

  • Congratulations to Patricia Kerig, recipient of the University of Utah’s Distinguished Scholarly and Creative Research Award for 2018.

  • research on capitol hill

    Congratulations to all of our students who presented at this year's Research on Capitol Hill event.

  • andrew linkeCongratulations to psychology graduate students Parisa Kaliush and Robby Vlisides-Henry, who are both winners of APS Student Grants from the Association for Psychological Science Student Caucus.


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