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A Woman's Worth: The Inequities of Utah's Workforce

In a recent program of the Hinckley Institute Radio Hour, researchers from the Departments of Economics and Sociology discussed women in Utah's workforce, and the underlying social and institutional inequities present in our state.

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2023 CSBS Distinguished Alumni - Wade C. Roberts

Wade Roberts

Congratulations to our 2023 CSBS Distinguished Alumni Honoree Wade Roberts (B.A. ’04, PhD ’09, Economics) for receiving the Change-maker Award.

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How faculty behavior impacts student participation in STEM

Jacqueline Chen

As college students decide whether or not to pursue careers in science, a sense of belonging makes a critical difference. To that end, faculty who behave “communally,” as opposed to “independently,” will have better success directing their students into fields associated with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), according to new research led by University of Utah social psychologist Jacqueline Chen.

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Last Updated: 3/11/22