Affirmative Action Focus of Hinckley Lecture

OGDEN, Utah – Political science professor Frank Guliuzza, Weber State University's 2003 Hinckley Fellow, will examine the impact of recent Supreme Court decisions on affirmative action and diversity in higher education when he presents the 4th Annual Hinckley Lecture at 3 p.m. December 1 in Stewart Library's Special Collections.

Guliuzza, who was recently named the top professor in Utah by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, will present "Thus Saith the Court: The University of Michigan Affirmative Action Decisions and Their Impact on Diversity and Quality in Higher Education."

The Hinckley award has been given annually since 1991, recognizing a faculty member for outstanding teaching, service and scholarship at WSU. The Hinckley Lecture Series and the John S. Hinckley Fellowship are made possible by a generous annual gift from the John S. Hinckley Family.
Contact:

Frank Guliuzza, professor and chair of political science
801-626-6698 · fguliuzza@weber.edu

 

Kathleen Lukken, interim provost         

801-626-6006 · klukken@weber.edu

Author:
John Kowalewski, director of Media Relations
801-626-7212 · jkowalewski@weber.edu