U of U Health partnered with Sundance for a panel of experts on the front lines of the mental illness epidemic in Utah.
According to new research from University of Utah psychologists Jasmine Norman and Jacqueline Chen, questions such as “What are you?” and other experiences of discrimination are related to mixed-race people’s identification as multiracial, particularly if that discrimination comes from monoracial people with whom they share heritage, or includes comments that a person’s appearance doesn’t match their background.
New book spotlights role of women in shaping Mexico’s social and cultural history.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights will visit the U Feb. 21-23. As part of this visit, OCR will hold five focus groups for students to attend.
Author of “The Color Purple,” Alice Walker, and acclaimed filmmaker Pratibha Parmar to visit the U discussing women’s rights and human rights.
U psychology doctoral candidate Larissa McGarrity reports that research on sexual orientation has largely focused on white, middle-class gay men, overlooking the diversity of LGB populations and the added burdens of financial stress and poverty.
The Tanner Center for Human Rights at the University of Utah will examine the long-term health consequences of exposure to conflict, including effects on veterans, children and victims of discrimination at its annual conference, Feb. 18-19.