HIP Talks Finale
Apr
20
5:00pm 5:00pm

HIP Talks Finale

Join us to watch, and vote for, our amazing HIP Talks finalists.

Finalists include: Tressie Rollins, Maddie Block, Juan Carlos Guerrero, Trevor Finch, Gabrielle Saunders, Hannah Fox, Mackenzie Gregerson, Satin Tashnizi, Bryn Campbell, Clytie Robinette, Abbie Robles, Jenica Jessen, Skyler Hektner, Gabriela Piril, Samantha Thorne, Chloe Betts, Max Chaffetz, Nariko Ruiz-Murillo, Clara Somer, Thulasi Seshan, Caitlin Silianoff, Jose Chacon, Elizabeth Ruelle, Sarah Patterson, Remi Prince, Jessica Applegate, Ciria Alvarez Valle, Ramakrishnan, Ali Darvish, Ben Seastrand.    

Bill Childs Community Hall (SFEBB, 7th floor)

Horderves provided (Even Stevens)

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A Campus-Community Dialogue Series Understanding out Differences, Shaping Our Future Race, Class and Gender Inequities in the U.S.
Apr
20
2:30pm 2:30pm

A Campus-Community Dialogue Series Understanding out Differences, Shaping Our Future Race, Class and Gender Inequities in the U.S.

Justice Christine Durham, Utah Supreme Court

Ron Gordon, Executive Director, Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice

Professor Claudia Geist, Social Department, U of U

Professor Gunseli Berik, Economics Department, U of U

Professor Edmund Fong, Political Science and Ethnic Studies, U of U

Moderator: Vice President Kathryn Stockton

Sponsored by the College of Social and Behavioral Science, the Hinckley Institute of Politics, the Department of Political Science, Undergraduate and Graduate Student Advisory Councils

Hinckley Caucus Room (Bldg 73, Rm 110)

Pizza & Politics

 

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Law Day Discussion
Apr
11
12:30pm12:30pm

Law Day Discussion

14th Amendment Equal Protection & Due Process: Transforming American Democracy

A Discussion on ethics, access, and civility in all three branches of public service

Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill

Representative Becky Edwards

Appellate Judge TBD

Michelle Oldroyd (moderator), Director Utah Commission on Civic and Character Education

Co-sponsored by the Utah State Courts and the Utah Commission on Civic & Character Education

Hinckley Caucus Room (Bldg 73, Rm 110)

Pizza & Politics

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A Campus-Community Dialogue Series: Understanding Our Differences, Shaping our Future, Terrorism, Foreign Policy, and American Democracy
Apr
10
12:00pm12:00pm

A Campus-Community Dialogue Series: Understanding Our Differences, Shaping our Future, Terrorism, Foreign Policy, and American Democracy

Daniel K. Brady, Special Agent for Counter-Terrorism, FBI

Professor Amos Guiora, S.J. Quinney College of Law

Professor Brent Steele, Wormuth Chair, Department of Political Science

Ivy Estabrooke, Ph.D. Executive Director, USTAR

Moderator: Mark Button, Chair, Political Science

Sponsored by The College of Social and Behavioral Science, The Hinckley Institute of Politics, The Department of Political Science, Undergraduate and Graduate Student Advisory Councils

Pizza & Politics

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Emerging Leaders Initiative
Apr
5
12:00pm12:00pm

Emerging Leaders Initiative

Hannah Lockhart, speaking about civic participation on boards, commissions & committees

Councilwoman Silvia Catten, speaking about running for office

Sarah Scott, speaking about voting education & engagement

Tim Chambless (moderator), PhD. Hinckley, Academic Outreach Coordinator, Associate Professor/Lecturer

Presented by the Rob Bishop Civic Engagement Fund

Hinckley Caucus Room (Bldg 73, Rm 110)

Pizza & Politics

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Our Common Struggle for Democracy and Civil Rights
Apr
4
12:30pm12:30pm

Our Common Struggle for Democracy and Civil Rights

Songezo Mabece, Zhosa; attorney

Songezo was 10 years old when all races were first allowed to vote in South Africa.  He was born under the oppression of apartheid and witnessed the birth of a new democracy.  He is a thought-leader in the area of building democracy while preserving cultural identity.

Presented by the Sam Rich Program in International Politics

Pizza & Politics

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A Campus-Community Dialogue Series Understanding Our differences, Shaping Our Future: Economy and Environment Dialogue
Mar
27
12:00pm12:00pm

A Campus-Community Dialogue Series Understanding Our differences, Shaping Our Future: Economy and Environment Dialogue

Natalie Gochnour (Moderator), Associate Dean, School of Business; Director, Gardner Institute

Val Hale, Executive Director, Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development

Professor Brenda Bowen, Global Change and Sustainability Center

Lane Beattie, President and CEO, Salt Lake Chamber

Alan Matheson, Executive Director, Utah Department of Environmental Quality

Sponsored by the College of Social and Behavioral Science, the Hinckley Institute of Politics, the Department of Political Science, Undergraduate and Graduate Student Advisory Councils

Hinckley Caucus Room (Building 73, Room 110)

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Raising our Babies: The Most Important Job in the World
Mar
23
6:30pm 6:30pm

Raising our Babies: The Most Important Job in the World

Panel Discussion: The Importance of Early Infant Care

Mary Nickles (Panel Moderator), Anchor, KUTV2 News

Elisabeth Conradt, Assistant Professor, University of Utah Department of Psychology

Lee Raby, Assistant Professor, University of Utah Department of Psychology

Russ Isabella, Associate Professor, University of Utah Department of Family and Consumer Studies

Cathleen Zick, Professor and Associate Dean, University of Utah College of Social and Behavioral Science

Co-sponsored by the University of Utah Department of Psychology, University of Utah Department of Family and Consumer Studies, and Raising of America

Hinckley Caucus Room (Building 73, Room 110)

 

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Panel Discussion-Women's Access to, and Impact in, Political Leadership
Mar
23
1:00pm 1:00pm

Panel Discussion-Women's Access to, and Impact in, Political Leadership

Sharon Mastracci, Associate Professor, Political Science Department, University of Utah, 2014-2015 Fulbright Scholar, faculty fellow, Hinckley Institute of Politics

Nichole Bauer, Assistant Professor, Political Science Department, University of Alabama

Co-sponsored by the Department of Economics and the Tanner Center for Human Rights

Hinckley Caucus Room (Building 73 Room 110)

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Women's Week Panel: Rape is NOT Normal
Mar
6
12:00pm12:00pm

Women's Week Panel: Rape is NOT Normal

Flor Olivo (moderator), Program Coordinator, Women’s Resource Center

Rachel A. Griffin, Assistant Professor of Communication, U of U

Romeo Jackson, Graduate Student, Ed Leadership and Policy U of U

Stephany Murguia, Outreach and Access Coordinator, Rape Recovery Center

Julie Valentine, Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, BYU

Presented by the Office for Equity and Diversity

PIZZA & POLITICS

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A Campus-Community Dialogue Series Understanding Our Differences, Shaping our Future: Refugees and Immigration Policy
Mar
2
12:30pm12:30pm

A Campus-Community Dialogue Series Understanding Our Differences, Shaping our Future: Refugees and Immigration Policy

Jason P. Perry, Moderator, Director, Hinckley Institute of Politics

Jason Mathis, Executive Director, Downtown Alliance

Professor Caren Frost, Director, Center for Research on Migration & Refugee Integration

Bradley H. Parker, Esq., Refugee Justice League of Utah

Aden Batar, Catholic Community Services

Derek Monson, Sutherland Institute

Sponsored by the College of Social and Behavioral Science, the Hinckley Institute of Politics, the Department of Political Science, Undergraduate and Graduate Student Advisory Councils

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Could U.S./NATO Conflicts with Russia trigger WWIII?
Mar
1
12:00pm12:00pm

Could U.S./NATO Conflicts with Russia trigger WWIII?

Reiner Braun, Co-president of the International Peace Bureau; a leader of the International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms

Co-sponsored by the Utah Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, Wasatch Coalition for Peace and Justice, Peace Advocacy Coalition, and the U of U Tanner Center for Human Rights

Hinckley Caucus Room (Building 73, Room 110)

Pizza & Politics

 

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Here to Stay? Immigration, Executive Orders, and Community Action
Feb
23
1:00pm 1:00pm

Here to Stay? Immigration, Executive Orders, and Community Action

Felix Vivanco-Salazar (Student Moderator), BS Health Economics

Panelists: 

Luis Garza, Executive Director, Comunidades Unidas

Jim Winder, Sheriff, Salt Lake County

Marlene Gonzalez, Immigration Attorney, Gonzalez Law U.S.A.

Ze Min Ziao, Director for the Office of New Americans and Refugees, SLC County Mayor's Office

Presented by the Bennion Center

Hinckley Caucus Room (Building 73, Room 110)

Pizza & Politics

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A Campus-Community Dialogue Series Understanding Our Differences, Shaping Our Future: Health Care in America
Feb
16
12:30pm12:30pm

A Campus-Community Dialogue Series Understanding Our Differences, Shaping Our Future: Health Care in America

Dr. Vivian Lee, Senior Vice President, University Health Sciences, CEO University of Utah Health Care

Dr. Joseph Miner, Executive Director, Utah Health Department

Professor Norm Waitzman, Director, Health, Society, and Policy

Dean Cindy Berg (moderator) College of Social and Behavioral Science

Sponsored by The College of Social and Behavioral Science, The Hinckley Institute of Politics, The Department of Political Science, Undergraduate and Graduate Student Advisory Councils

Hinckley Caucus Room (Building 73, Room 110)

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