David Huebner has been awarded one of the first Presidential Scholars Awards for 2014-2017. This university award recognizes his outstanding research. His research examines the physical and mental health consequences of discrimination. Another notable aspect of his research is the production of a 35-minute documentary film - Lead with Love - that provides support, comfort, and guidance to parents of adolescents.
DatingAdvice.com features Dr. Brian Baucom
Jeanine Stefanucci receives 2014 Irwin Altman Award
DatingAdvice.com features Dr. Brian Baucom"Having studied conflict in relationships for more than 15 years, Dr. Brian Baucom, an assistant professor of clinical psychology at the University of Utah, is easily the go-to expert on the subject. Couples fight – that’s a given. But how and why does conflict happen, and how do our behaviors during those conflicts positively and negatively impact our individual well-being and the overall health of our relationships? In his third year teaching at the University, Baucom is dedicated to better understanding and informing others about these romantic inner workings."
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Dennis Laros receives 2014 Staff Excellence Award
Jeanine Stefanucci receives 2014 Irwin Altman AwardThis award is given annually to a faculty member who has demonstrated significant contributions in the combination of research/scholarship, teaching/mentoring, and service to the university/community during a 2-4 year immediately preceding period.
Tim Smith receives American Psychosomatic Society's Patricia R. Barchas Award in Sociophysiology
Dennis Laros receives 2014 Staff Excellence AwardThe College of Social and Behavioral Science announced Dennis Laros as the recipient of the 2014 Staff Excellence Award.
Tim Smith receives American Psychosomatic Society's Patricia R. Barchas Award in SociophysiologyThe criteria for this award requires that the recipient "has done interesting and exciting work that helps to expand our knowledge of the interface of the social and physiological worlds."