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CHaSS Alumni Panel: Is Trust in the Public Sector Broken?

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Join the College of Humanities & Social Sciences and the Institute for Government and Politics on Monday, November 7th at 1:30PM in the David B. Haight Center for an interactive panel discussion with Alumnus David Jones and Political Science Department Head Dr. Damon Cann on “Is Trust in the Public Sector Broken?” David Jones graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Political Science, Pre-Law in 1990. He currently works for Salt Lake City Corporation in the Department of Public Services as a Public Way Coordination Program Manager, helping translate City engineering ideas and concepts into understandable dialogue connecting constituents and stakeholders with all departments in the city. Dr. Damon Cann, in addition to being Department Head and full professor of Political Science, focuses on themes of representation in American politics in his research. An avid supporter of community engagement, Dr. Cann served as mayor of North Logan City, a founding board member of the Utah Debate Commission, and as a board member with the Utah League of Cities & Towns. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend.

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm | David B. Haight Center |

Start of POW/MIA 24-hr Vigil

Special Event

USU AFROTC Detachment 860 will host a 24-hour vigil with uniformed guards honoring America’s prisoners of war (POW) and those soldiers still considered missing in action (MIA) in observance of Veterans Day. To start this vigil, an AFROTC cadet Honor Guard will post the colors on the Quad in front of a cadet formation. Spectators may observe the start of the vigil, and any portion, during the 24-hour period (5pm, 10 Nov, to 5pm, 11 Nov). POW and MIA service members are honored on Veterans Day, not Memorial Day, because they have not yet been officially declared Killed in Action.

4:45 pm - 5:00 pm | Quad |

Seminar by Dr. Lori Hunter: Environmental Dimensions of Human Migration


Dr. Lori Hunter, Professor and Director of the Population Program at the Institute of Behavioral Science at the University of Colorado Boulder, will present a seminar on the Environmental Dimensions of Human Migration. Dr. Hunter’s research focuses on human-environment interactions, with specific examinations of migration and climate change connections, particularly in the context of natural resource-dependent rural livelihoods across the globe. This seminar is sponsored by the Community and Natural Resource Institute (CANRI), the Yun Kim Population Research Lab, the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies, and the Tanner Talks Committee. Please contact Dr. Jessica Schad for more information (jessica.schad@usu.edu).

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm |




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