Today's big challenges require solutions where disciplines work together to meet human needs.
By bringing a community of faculty scholars, graduate and undergraduate students, community partners and policy makers together, the College of Social and Behavioral Science is producing knowledge and training that will provide lasting solutions to the world's toughest challenges.
Winner of INFER Best Paper Award
Ivan Mendieta-Muñoz (economics), received the International Network for Economic Research (INFER) Best Paper Award for his paper "Are long-run output growth rates falling?"
Utah man collects wheelchairs and crutches to give to the needy
After doing some research, Mohan Sudabattula (health, society, and policy) created Project Embrace from his dorm room — a nonprofit that collects gently used wheelchairs, walkers, canes, crutches, slings, orthotic shoes and braces and redistributes them to disabled children and adults who can’t afford them.
Scientists Are Trying To Measure The Value Of Outdoor Service Work For Transitioning Veterans
Craig Bryan (psychology) with the National Center for Veterans Studies at the University of Utah is doing studies where he takes veterans and active duty service members out into nature for two-week retreats.
Congratulations to Lesley Garaycochea (Human Development and Social Policy) was one of five students in the country to be awarded the Diahann W. Lassus Scholarship from NAPFA.
Congratulations to Valerie D’Astous (family & consumer studies) was awarded a $300,000 grant from the Center for Person with Disabilities at Utah State University.
Congratulations to Jeanine Stefanucci (psychology) and John Faith (anthropology) for being named Celebrate U Research Honorees.
Ph.D. Organizational Psychology
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