(L to R: Susan Anderson, Bob Goldberg, Beth James, Megan Dipo)
ROBERT A. GOLDBERG | DIRECTOR
Bob Goldberg is the Director of the Tanner Humanities Center and Professor of History. He is the author of eight books with his last two, the Pulitzer Prize-nominated Barry Goldwater and Enemies Within: The Culture of Conspiracy in Modern America, published by Yale University Press. Recently, with Jackson Newell and Linda Newell, he edited Faith and Reason, Conscience and Conflict: The Paths of Lowell Bennion, Sterling McMurrin, and Obert Tanner (forthcoming). Goldberg has won twelve teaching honors, including the Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Scholar Distinguished Mentor Award, Distinguished Honors Professor Award, Presidential Teaching Scholar Award, and University of Utah Distinguished Teaching Award. In 2003, he held the Fulbright Distinguished Chair in American Studies at the Swedish Institute for North American Studies, Uppsala University. He received the University of Utah’s most prestigious award, the Rosenblatt Prize for Excellence, in 2008. Goldberg oversees all areas of the Tanner Humanities Center, including programs, operations, workshops and activities for fellows, development, marketing and communications, and staff relations.
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BETH TRACY JAMES | ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
Beth James received bachelor’s degrees in English and Psychology from Boston University. She has worked at the Tanner Humanities Center since 2003 and was appointed Associate Director in 2015. James is responsible for handling budgets, accounts, payroll, and contracts; processing fellowship applications; researching potential speakers for future events; managing travel and venue logistics for visiting speakers; and assuring compliance with accounting, human resource, and development policies and procedures. She coordinates with Tanner Humanities Center Advisory Boards, University of Utah partners and faculty, and community organizations. She also administers the multi-university Tanner Lectures program, organizes annual meetings for the Tanner Board of Trustees, and oversees our Gateway to Learning Educator Workshops.
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SUSAN ANDERSON | DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
Susan Anderson earned her bachelor’s degree in English and Education and her master’s degree in English from Marquette University and received graduate training in English with an emphasis in American Studies and poetry at the University of Utah. She has taught courses in writing and literature and worked as an editor, writer, and grant writer. She also has taught poetry to elementary students in Salt Lake City and conducted a book group for Art Access, a local nonprofit arts organization that targets underserved populations. Anderson began working at the Tanner Humanities Center in 2015. She is responsible for establishing fundraising priorities; exploring local, state, and national funding opportunities; writing and managing grants and other development documents; and researching, cultivating, stewarding, and tracking donors. She also communicates and coordinates funding efforts with development staff in the College of Humanities and assures compliance with the University of Utah’s Central Development Office’s and Office of Sponsored Projects’ development policies and procedures.
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MEGAN DIPO | MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
Megan Dipo earned her bachelor's degrees in History and Religious Studies from the University of Utah. She joined the Tanner Humanities Center in 2018 from the University of Utah History Department. She is responsible for maintaining the website; keeping social media accounts updated and active; creating design projects; and spearheading marketing and publicity initiatives of the Center. She is also in charge of the National Theatre Live program. Megan coordinates her efforts with marketing specialists in the College of Humanities and University-level marketing team, as well as local media contacts.
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“I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into
the other room and read a book.”
― Groucho Marx