Justice Sotomayor focused her attention on students in the crowd.

Justice Sotomayor focused her attention on students in the crowd.

While the Salt Lake Tribune described Justice Sotomayor’s decision to spend her time with students in the stands as a disappointment to the crowd, from…

Dr. Solorzano Interviewed on Fox News

Dr. Solorzano Interviewed on Fox News

Ethnic Studies Professor, Dr. Armando Solorzano, is featured in an interview with Fox News about his latest book,“We remember. We Celebrate. We Believe. Latinos in…

COSA 11th Annual Conference on Social Awareness

COSA 11th Annual Conference on Social Awareness

The purpose of the Conference on Social Awareness (COSA) is to create awareness about societal disparities, inequities, and oppression within a social justice framework. This…

Race Matters Utah

Race Matters Utah

                    Not sponsored by Ethnic Studies, so please refer questions to facebook page. #RaceMattersUtah Tell Your…

SLCC Cultural Events Calendar

SLCC Cultural Events Calendar

JANUARY 29 One Act Play Festival Dates: January 29 – 31, 2015 Time: 7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Location: South City Campus – Black Box Theatre 1575…

Ask Your Mama – 12 Moods for Jazz: Langston Hughes Project at Kingsbury Hall

Ask Your Mama – 12 Moods for Jazz: Langston Hughes Project at Kingsbury Hall

Alternating between being sassy, scholarly and humorous, this multimedia performance of Langston Hughes’ epic poem Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz is described as…

Consider It Handled: Women’s Week 2015

Consider It Handled: Women’s Week 2015

EDIE KOCHENOUR MEMORIAL LECTURE: JEANNIE KAHWAJY “DRAWING OUT OTHER’S GREATNESS” Friday, March 6, 2015 12:00 – 1:30 pm Olpin Student Union Building, Union Ballroom Dr.…

Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art

Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art

Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art, is a Smithsonian American Art Museum exhibition UMFA is opening next month. This landmark exhibition explores the links…

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To be profitable and successful, businesses and organizations have to embrace diversity. They need to understand a diverse consumer/client population and cater to diverse groups by tailoring their products and services. For this, they need a diverse workforce. Ethnic Studies can help you easily move and work across borders—cultural, religious, racial, or international—and become an attractive job candidate.

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Before I posted this, I asked and was ensured that the focus groups will be structured in a way that protects each individual and their beliefs. They have a moderator who will explain appropriate behavior upfront and will ensure that each student is treated with respect.

This focus group is meant to gauge what marketing materials appeal more to students. We include A&B type testing as well as general questions to help us determine which campaign to proceed with.
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Students Needed: Campus Focus Group

The University of Utah Marketing and Communications office is looking for students to participate in a focus group.
All students are welcome to participate regardless of their major. Each focus group will be one hour or less.

Participants will receive free lunch for their participation.

When: Friday, February 13th
11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Students can choose from one of the times above.

Where: 75 Fort Douglas Blvd. Building 601
Directly East of the University of Utah Guest House

If you are interested in participating in this focus group please contact Tiffany Swenson at tiffany.swenson@utah.edu or Bobbi Davis at bobbi.davis@utah.edu by Wednesday, February 11th.
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Another one of our majors, Elizabeth Morales, with Justice Sotomayor. Liz was the first student whose question was chosen for the Justice to answer. She received a hug from Sotomayor afterwards! (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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