University of Utah College of Law

5:25 pm
Thu November 7, 2013

U College of Law Tackles Government Dysfunction

University of Utah Associate Professor of Law Michael Teter organizes symposium to find solutions to government dysfunction.
University of Utah

The latest federal government shutdown is estimated to have cost the US economy 24 billion dollars. It’s left many people wondering what can be done for the government to function more effectively. The University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law is working on coming up with some answers. The law school is hosting a symposium Friday examining the current challenges facing US governance and some practical solutions to those problems.

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Environment & Public Lands
7:40 am
Fri April 12, 2013

Mary Evelyn Tucker: Religion and Ecology

Professor Mary Evelyn Tucker, Yale University
Emerging Earth Community

  The University of Utah College of Law is hosting the annual Stegner Symposium this week, focusing on Religion, Faith and the Environment. Increasingly, people of faith are citing their beliefs as a major motivation for protecting the environment and caring for those at the margins of society.

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