“I moved to New York City from Lima, Peru, by myself when I was 18. In order to support myself, I found a job as a waiter, and I fell in love with the food industry.”
“Opera gives you a chance to really dive into human nature and the reasons people do the things they do, what drives them. A lot of arts come together — dance, song, acting, music, set artists, costume designers, composers, writers — to do this one thing.”
Society, Water and Climate Research Group melds scientific perspectives toward finding sustainable water solutions in a changing world.
U hosts second State of Utah Black Affairs Summit, bringing together African-Americans from across the state.
New seminar course and public event at S.J. Quinney College of Law explores flaws in the criminal justice system through the lens of the popular Netflix documentary series, which examines the murder of Teresa Halbach and the two Wisconsin men convicted of killing her.
Read mindfulness 101, an academic’s “field notes” on her own dementia, law alums and students joining forces to free an innocent man who spent 22 years in prison and more.
Barbara Tanner and Raymond Uno to be honored during commencement ceremony.
Registered Dietitian Approved partnership aims to educate and enable employees, students, patients and visitors to make healthy food and beverage choices.
Twitter has become a useful tool for faculty and researchers in the world of academia, allowing them to connect with peers across the globe on ideas and developments pertinent to their work.