New research from Utah State University shows that inequality amongst top leadership positions goes well beyond appointment.
Two USU professors are currently in the middle of publishing four research articles that look at women and minorities in high ranking positions in the workplace. Christy Glass is an associate professor of sociology at USU, and Allison Cook is an associate professor in the management department in the Huntsman School of Business at Utah State.
A new report lists 12 destinations as "Too Wild to Drill" for oil and gas, for their proximity to national parks and wilderness areas. Compiled by The Wilderness Society, it includes Arches National Park near Moab and the Desolation Canyon area near Vernal.
Oil and gas companies already have leased more than 38-million acres of public land, and a new report says there's no need for them to target other parcels that adjoin national parks and areas with wilderness, historic and recreation values.
A group of animal welfare activists are challenging Utah’s so-called “Ag-gag” laws.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF), PETA, and others filed a lawsuit against Utah’s governor and attorney general offices to repeal Utah’s agricultural operation interference law- known as the 'Ag-gag' laws.
Utah code title 76 chapter 6 section 112, states any person who “records an image of, or sound from, an agricultural operation” while standing on private property without the owner’s consent is guilty of “agricultural operation interference,” a class A misdemeanor.
Elisabeth Ann Bervel collapsed during the return trip from "the Wave," a popular and unusual rock feature in a remote area of Kane County. Her husband, Anthony Bervel continued on the trail until he could find a cell phone signal to call for help.
By the time a medical helicopter arrived from Page, Arizona, she was already in cardiac arrest. Medical personnel were unable to revive her.
A large law firm has been hired to investigate Utah Attorney General John Swallow’s alleged campaign violations. Of the 14 law firms that put in a bid to help investigate campaign violations in the Utah Attorney General’s office, Snell and Wilmer, LLC was the lieutenant governor’s office top pick. Mark Thomas, chief deputy for the lieutenant governor’s office said he feels confident the conflict of interest issue has been solved with hiring the law firm that has more than 400 attorneys practicing in nine locations across the United States and Mexico.“I would like to think so.
When a team of paleontologists started digging in the Southern Utah desert, they never expected to find a new species of dinosaur unique to Utah.
The Nasutoceratops titusi, a dinosaur similar to the famous Triceratops is estimated to have been about 15 feet in length and 2.5 tons. The discovery and research of the Nasutoceratops titusi, who’s name can be translated to big-nosed horn face, has been published by a British scientific journal and unveiled at the University of Utah.