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Natalie DavilaCSBS Student Spotlight: Natalie Davila

My name is Natalie Davila and I am a senior majoring in psychology, with a minor in sociology, and a certificate in criminology. I am beyond thrilled to be doing two internships this semester, in order to gain the experiences I need before I go out into the "real world". I hope to become a behavioral analyst for the FBI (yes, just like the ones on Criminal Minds, but less glamorous). I am a student ambassador for the college and have loved every second of it! #bethesolution

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Awards and Grants

  • Congratulations to political science undergraduate student Jose Chacon, who won the prestigious Gilman International Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State.

  • 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 who have been hospitalized at Salt Lake Behavioral Health. The research is being funded by the Military Suicide Research Consortium. Craig Bryan and Brian Baucom (both in Psychology) will serve as co-PI and co-I.

  • Eric Sjöberg and Team Awarded FORMAS Grant

    Dr. Sjöberg, assistant professor of economics and a team of interdisciplinary researchers have been awarded a grant by the Swedish Research Council for Sustainable Development.

  • Horner receives NACADA Excellence in Advising Award

    Congratulations to Taryn Horner, academic advising coordinator, who won the Region 10 Excellence in Advising Award from NACADA!

  • Lobell awarded Minerva Research Initiative grant

    Steven E. Lobell, political science professor received a $1,179,073 Minerva Research Initiative grant to study near-crises.

November 28 - January 7

Chat with the Dean: December 11
Finals Week: December 11-15
Holiday Recess:
December 16-January 7
University Closure(s): December 25-26; December 29; January 1

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Last Updated: 11/22/17