“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”
– Helen Keller
The challenges facing our world are complex and require innovative solutions that draw on the collaborative spirit of researchers and students and a commitment to apply that knowledge in our communities. This collaborative approach to education is at the heart of the new Carolyn and Kem Gardner Commons.
Carolyn and Kem Gardner Commons facilitates:
- Student completion and access to internship opportunities through the CSBS Student Success Center, a one-stop location for the tools students need to make the most of their undergraduate experience.
- Undergraduate and graduate students working with expert faculty to develop solutions to grand challenges such as hunger, water scarcity, family health and much more.
- Collaborative interactions among faculty and students in the Glaciology Laboratory, the Zooarchaeology Laboratory, and the new Interdisciplinary Exchange for Utah Science Center (NEXUS).
- Collaborative public spaces on each floor so that learning happens everywhere
Environmental and Sustainability Studiess; International Studies
You can be the solution too by joining the $50,000
Matching Grant Effort TODAY!
Through the generosity of the Jeff and Sarah Scott Family your gift for Gardner Commons will be doubled dollar for dollar up to $50,000 total.
Those supporting Gardner Commons with a gift of $500 or more by December 31, 2018 will be recognized on a donor recognition wall within the new building
Thank you for helping us inspire a new student experience for generations to come.