Speaking on the topic of the current state of his home country Afghanistan, M. Ashraf Haidari addressed a crowded auditorium at the end of fall semester. Haidari is the counselor for political, security and development affairs at the Afghanistan embassy in Washington, D.
The College of Technology and Computing and the Department of Construction Technology presented their proposal to create a new Bachelor of Arts program to the Board of Trustees on Nov. 13. The creation of a new BA degree in Construction Management has been a focus for the last two years as Utah Valley University has seen a gradual decline in its enrollment rates for trade-based curriculum.
The Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova, Nicolae Chirtoaca, gave a speech on the topic “Transition to Democracy” to an audience of 30 students and community members on Monday, Nov. 17. The speech focused on the five biggest challenges a newly formed democracy faces.