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Migratory Monsters

Migratory Monsters is a series of conversations facilitated by Dr. Annie Isabel Fukushima and Dr. Dalida Maria Benfield.

Reading Day

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Winter Break

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salt 15 Artist In Conversation: Horacio Rodriguez

Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium 410 Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah

Rodriguez, a Salt Lake City-based artist, considers the ancient ceramics in the UMFA’s Mesoamerican collection as he investigates the immigration of people and things—past and present—across the U.S.-Mexico border. Gather your thoughts and questions, and join us on Friday, January 21 at 6 pm at Artist in Conversation, where Rodriguez will discuss his work, process, and the themes his art explores.

Beyond Resilience: Reclaiming Self and Redefining Work-Life Integration

In the past two years of navigating the pandemic, racial injustices, and so much more, we’ve all been encouraged to be resilient. What happens when that means giving up too much of ourselves? What if there was something beyond resilience? Our panel will explore strategies to help us build the life we really want to live, drawing from the wisdom of leaders who are working to reimagine resilience and success.

Friday Forum: How to Close Equity Gaps

Friday Forums is a commitment to the state and region in elevating national conversations and showcasing models of disrupting complicit racism. Each session welcomes national thought leaders to lead discussions and provide opportunities for participants to share ideas on actionable items towards a diverse, equitable, and inclusive campus.

Intersectionality Here & Now

Join us for an engaging webinar with speakers who will take up these questions and provoke our thinking on the here and now of intersectionality.

Women’s Week

Women’s Week is an annual, weeklong event focused on gendered issues and challenges faced in today’s socioeconomic and political climate, intersectionality, and cultural movements. Women’s Week is planned by a volunteer committee of students, faculty, trainees, and staff collaborating across the university. All are welcome to get involved and participate!