Alumni, Emeriti, and Friends
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alumni, emeriti and friends of the College of Education.
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and human services professionals are shaping our world.
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Just 37 years old when he was appointed as Utah's director of athletics, Chris Hill, Ph.D., spent 31 years developing the school's athletics department into one of national prominence. He was instrumental in Utah's invitation to join the Pac-12 Conference in the summer of 2010.
C. Kay Allen
Kay Allen's greatest love was working with people and helping them solve problems. Consistent with these interests, in 1952 Kay Allen graduated with a BS in psychology from Brigham Young University, followed by an MS from the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Utah in 1957. He then became deeply involved as the Director of Professional Relations for the Utah Education Association and ran for the Utah House of Representatives on the Democratic ticket. From 1963 to 1967 he served as Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives.