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Jess Taverna, director of undergraduate programs at the Eccles School, was one of more than 650 people who attended the lecture by Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen. Jess’s graduate work was in political philosophy. Here is her take on Dr. Sen’s lecture.
Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen delivered a lecture on “Ethics and Economics of Global Justice” to a full house at the Libby Gardner Hall on April 22, 2016. He emphasized the importance of rectifying injustices rather than pursuing perfect justice.
After introductions by Dr. Ruth Watkins, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dr. Deen Chatterjee, Senior Advisor and Professorial Fellow in the S.J. Quinney College of Law, Dr....continue reading...
The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute and Hinckley Institute of Politics will produce a series of 2016 election products that will help Utah voters make informed decisions. Called “Informed Decisions 2016,” the collaboration will identify the most important issues on voters’ minds, analyze these issues, and host candidate conversations to engage and inform the public. The University of Utah institutes will deliver a series of “Election Briefs” and “Candidate Conversations” to be shared this fall.
“This year will be a banner election year in Utah with key races for governor, U.S. Senate, four congressional districts, and nearly 90 percent of the Utah Legislature,” said Jason Perry, director of the...continue reading...