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Intermountain Combined Federal Campaign Charity
The Utah Humanities Council
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UHC News & Announcements
The Smithsonian is coming to a neighborhood near you! Look for the Journey Stories exhibition and great local programming in Moab, Vernal, West Valley City, Ephraim, and Brigham City. Check the tour schedule and learn more about the exhibition here.
Democracy or Autocracy? Which generates the most happiness? Why, exactly? OK, now that you have argued that side, switch, and argue the opposite. Oh, and explain how Perimedes and Polus would answer the question. Do all of this in the context of Homer’s Odyssey. Sound like fun? A group of 10th graders at East High School in Salt Lake City think so. After ninety minutes, they didn’t want to leave class. Click here to learn more about UHC’s new Clemente Course in the Humanities and how it’s turning students on to learning about their world.
We've had another terrific year! Take a moment to view our most recent Annual Report.
Congratulations and many thanks to UHC’s new Executive Committee: Kathy Hurst, Chair of the Board of Directors;
Madonne Miner, Past Chair;
Irene Fisher, Vice Chair/Chair Elect;
Henry Wurts, Fiscal Agent;
Welcome to our new board members: David Allred, Ephraim; Karen W. Morgan, Cottonwood Heights; Jackie Thompson, Layton
Fifty museums across Utah have completed exhibit projects as part of the Museum Interpretation Initiative workshop program! The 2012 projects are now online – check out these wonderful Utah stories HERE!
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