U President Ruth V. Watkins announced the members of a search committee to find a successor to retiring Athletic Director Chris Hill. Ventura Partners, a national executive search and talent management firm with a specialty practice in intercollegiate athletics, has been retained by the university to assist in the search.
“After graduating, I want to help build a better bridge and provide a voice for my home community. We are one of the original groups of Utah Navajos and, a lot of times when it comes to issues we face in our community, our voices get drowned out by groups off the reservation.”
Commuter Services to provide students with Pepsi, pastries and increased shuttle routes at four locations across campus during finals week, April 26 to May 2.
All Apple products will be available tax-free for U faculty and staff, with select items at an additional 8 percent off already-reduced prices.
U design students create exhibit for Natural History Museum of Utah to protect dark skies.
Library opens a new space for the community to study, relax, perform and exhibit artwork.
Williams Building lawn will be transformed into a picturesque Landscape Lab that demonstrates best practices in stormwater management.
U students plan daylong conference for Latino high school students.
U student Johnny Le recognized for founding Utah’s largest programming marathon, HackTheU, which cultivated creative problem solving among hundreds of participants from across the country.
“I’m really proud of one assignment that’s going to be part of the student show in Gittins Gallery in the Arts building. The theme was, “Portrait without a head” about how you represent someone without physically representing them. So, I did my mom and made a 36-inch-long meth pipe. She was an addict and passed away when I was 12 so I felt comfortable that I could tell this story of her, through my eyes.”