A pre-COVID study explores how we perceive disease risk.
Questions abound in the wake of violence at the Capitol. Political scientist James Curry offers some answers.
States’ laws regarding ballot counting, mail-in voting, early voting and voter ID requirements vary widely.
College and department leaders respond to a student complaint and messages of concern.
How, when and why to vote by mail.
Political scientist Phillip Singer explains why the politicization of public health measures is nothing new, and how to view wearing face coverings as a compassionate act.
Scholarship honors Taylor’s life of public service and benefits graduate students in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
For the college’s 50th anniversary, it honored an alum from each of the past five decades.
“After graduating, I want to help build a better bridge and provide a voice for my home community. We are one of the original groups of Utah Navajos and, a lot of times when it comes to issues we face in our community, our voices get drowned out by groups off the reservation.”
Society, Water and Climate Research Group melds scientific perspectives toward finding sustainable water solutions in a changing world.