Two ideas about how to help students reach the finish line—one from the College of Social and Behavioral Science and the other composed of a cross-campus team—rose to the top in the Degree Completion Challenge.
College of Social and Behavioral Science
Maya experts from around the world will convene at the U for the Mesoamerican Conference that focuses on preclassic Maya history between 2000 B.C. and 250 A.D.
Students interested in social justice can now pursue a criminology degree at the U.
A new endowed chair at the U will honor the late Sen. Robert F. Bennett and his exemplary commitment to public service.
The Carolyn and Kem Gardner Building will be a state-of-the-art learning space, equipped with the latest technology and thinking about how to foster learning of the highest caliber.
Join the College of Social and Behavioral Science for a new series of hikes led by college faculty and students for fun and learning along the trails of the Wasatch Mountains.