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Hwang will teach several courses related to business law, including business organizations (the introductory business law course) as well as mergers and acquisitions. She will also co-coach the Transactional LawMeet team with Professor Jeff Schwartz in the upcoming academic year.
Hwang will also continue with her research on deal structuring and deal contracting.
To read the full article, including a Q&A with Hwang, click here.
Each scholarship is worth up to $500 and can be used towards the employee’s tuition bill. Scholarships can be used towards professional trainings, symposiums, conferences or workshops and their associated expenses.
The committee will process the scholarship applications in the most fair and judicious manner to benefit the employee, according to the procedures directed by the University of Utah policy. UUSC is an equal opportunity provider.
Qualified applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Currently working at 75 percent or above Full Time Equivalency (FTE) position (30-40 hours per week).
- Maintained 75 percent or greater Full Time Equivalency (FTE) in a benefits eligible position for two consecutive years as of Feb. 29, 2016.
- Have not received a Staff Council Scholarship within the past two years.
Current Staff Council members are not eligible.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.