HUMANS OF THE U: NOELLE SHARP

July 27, 2018

“Throughout most of my life, I’ve been traveling around the world and living in chaotic-filled cities. After attending the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, I wanted a calmer lifestyle, so, I moved to Salt Lake. While still in school I took a weaving class while getting my degree in fiber material studies, I became fascinated with the history and complexity of weaving, and that eventually led me to starting my own business.”



CUSTOM COURSE PACKETS

July 30, 2018

The Campus Store now offers a custom course packet service for faculty and staff to help students save money and allow faculty members to design a unique collection of materials for their particular course.



RINGING IN THE GOOD NEWS

July 30, 2018

Thanks to Swoop, the Department of Family and Consumer Studies celebrated a new grant in style—ringing the closing bell alongside the winners and TD Ameritrade executives at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square.



IMPROVING COURSE ACCESSIBILITY

July 30, 2018

Starting fall 2018, instructors and students may notice a small addition to the structure of their Canvas courses: Blackboard Ally.



CLIMATE STRESSES AND SOLUTIONS

July 30, 2018

U researchers partner with Salt Lake utilities to study climate change threats to urban water supply.