Internal and external faculty fellowships provide scholars with the time and support to conduct research that makes significant contributions to humanistic knowledge. Internal fellowships are awarded for one semester while external fellowships cover the academic year.
The Hatch Prize in Teaching is awarded to an outstanding faculty member who has made significant contributions to teaching at the University of Utah for an extended period of time. Specifically, the committee looks for a faculty member who has distinguished themselves through the development of new and innovative teaching methods, inventiveness in the curriculum and classroom, as well as commitment to enhancing student learning.
Elizabeth Clement, associate professor of history, discusses the Utah AIDS Foundation’s holiday program, which has been providing meals and support to those struggling with the complexities of HIV since the late 1980’s.