Philosopher and bioethicist Peggy Battin talks on TEDMED about the life and death of her husband Brooke Hopkins, a distinguished Humanities professor.
New Humanities faculty member Christie Toth was featured on Higher Education Talk Radio today to talk about the CCCC.
Molly Melching, founder and executive director of Tostan, joined RadioWest today to discuss the crucial role of empathy in effecting change.
The Reimagine Symposium ended this week at the University of Utah Taft-Nicholson Center. The Symposium combined literary passion, expertise, community insights and the...
Congratulations to the Second Language Teaching and Research Center (L2TReC), which recently was awarded a very prestigious and competitive Language Flagship Proficiency Assessment grant.
Terry Tempest Williams
"Terry Tempest Williams (born 1955), is an American author, naturalist, and environmental activist. The main subject of her writings is the deserts of the American West. She is considered an ecologist and a naturalist, but writes about other issues as well, including issues of feminism, health/cancer issues, and the Mormon culture."
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