On May 24, the U officially launched the American Dream Ideas Challenge, an effort to collect policy and technology innovation proposals with potential to boost Utah’s middle class.
University of Utah President Ruth Watkins is taking a series of road trips this summer to meet with government, business, higher education and community leaders throughout the state and learn more about their needs and opportunities for partnerships.
Career and Professional Development Center and Business Career Services will launch a new system on June 19 that matches student interests and experiences with career opportunities with more than 250,000 employers.
The New American of Salt Lake – portraits of struggle, spirit and inspiration.
Three U students will teach, conduct research and provide expertise abroad as finalists for the prestigious Fulbright scholarship.
Following a three-year, five-way competitive process, the U.S. Department of Energy has selected the Energy and Geosciences Institute (EGI) at the University of Utah to develop a geothermal laboratory near Milford, Utah.
Friday, June 15 | 3 p.m. One northbound lane of traffic is now open on Mario Capecchi Drive Both southbound lanes continue to be open and fully operational Commuters can expect detours as well as restrictions to left-hand turns onto southbound Mario Capecchi Drive from westbound 1900 East As you navigate the area, please exercise […]
The University of Utah’s AirMed program recently marked its 40th anniversary with a celebration at its home on the University of Utah Hospital helipad.
As an African-American man born in a small town in Mississippi during the era of legal segregation, the barriers to achievement could have been endless for Clifton L. Taulbert. But he took to heart the idea that hard work, big dreams and tenacity would bring him success.