Response to events in Charlottesville and on campus
New look for CIS coming Sept. 8
New English Language proficiency test
You’re invited to the New Student Welcome
U professor received a $1.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health
5 academic areas within College of Fine Arts open to all students
Atmospheric scientist elected AGU Fellow
Faculty, staff and students needed for Move-in Day
Volunteer for Be Well Utah
Pepsi vending refund vouchers
Customized promotional items by University Print & Mail
Free Beats headphones from UTech
We express the deepest sadness for students, staff, faculty, and all in the Charlottesville and UVA communities with the horrific events that led to injury and loss of life this past weekend. Our hearts go out to the members of the Charlottesville community who sought to defy white supremacist, neo-Nazi, and anti-Semitic speech and actions. As a university community, we condemn all acts and vile expressions of hate, violence, racism, and bigotry. We stand on common ground in support of our inclusive campus and reaffirm our commitment to diversity. U administrators want to assure our students that our work creating a safe, welcoming and equitable campus will proceed with passion.
Flyers recently posted on our university campus are not reflective of our values and beliefs. Although the posters were quickly removed, we understand they perpetuated feelings of fear, shock, and concerns about safety. We want you to know we are creating opportunities on campus for critical discussions and open dialogue about race, inclusivity, diversity, and ways we can process these events as a community. Let us be clear: There is no place on the University of Utah campus for hate speech and violent behavior of any kind.
As students, faculty, and staff come back to campus to begin a new academic year, let’s band together as a community and support one another.
University of Utah
Interim Senior Vice President
for Health Sciences
Senior Vice President
for Academic Affairs
Visually-cluttered lists of links will be replaced by clickable tiles with intuitive icons. The home pages and subsequent tiles are dedicated to user roles, functional areas, and common themes. For example, in addition to the student and employee pages, the new CIS offers a “Financial Services” page with links to finance applications; a “Faculty and Research” page with links to resources for faculty, graduate students, and principal investigators; and a “University Resources” page with links to applications and services common to all campus users (e.g. Marriott Library, Campus Map or Shuttle Tracker). Users may add or remove optional link tiles on any of their pages, and can create their own custom home pages with the tiles they use most.
For questions about the new CIS, please contact the UIT Help Desk at 801-581-4000 option 1.
The chart below details the names of all tests that will be accepted to prove English proficiency, beginning in spring 2018, and also lists the minimum requirement that a student must meet for each test.
If you have any questions about these new standards, please contact Teri Clawson, associate director of Admissions (email@example.com), or Chelsea Wells, assistant director of International Admissions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A picnic will follow on Presidents Circle, so please dress comfortably for the weather as you informally meet members of the incoming class of 2021. Also, be sure to wear a university nametag if you have one. Shuttles will run continuously from the Rice-Eccles Stadium parking lot, where attendees can park for free. For more information about the New Student Welcome and other Welcome Week events, download the New to the U app, or contact the Center for New Student & Family Programs at email@example.com or 801-581-7069.
These discoveries could lead to new therapies that reestablish the normal interaction between the gene and the pathway to restore tooth development.
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Zipser studies severe weather events and storms. He studies why heavy rainfall is more frequent in some areas than in others, and how to forecast whether storms will develop into extraordinary events. He combines field data with observations from NASA’s Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission satellite, for which he served on the science team.
We are looking for faculty, staff and student leaders to serve on UCrew, our group of volunteers who help students move into their new rooms. This is your chance to connect with incoming students, share your opportunities and resources, and give back to the university community.
Here are the details on move-in:
- Date: Aug. 17, 2017
- UCrew shifts: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. and 12-4 p.m.
- Moving ability: You will be helping lift and move students’ items. On the sign-up form, please indicate your moving capacity.
- Training session: Please attend one session to get a more detailed overview of the day and expectations. We are offering training on Monday, Aug. 14 at 10 a.m. and Tuesday, Aug. 15 at 4 p.m.
Signup is easy — just head to our move-in website and scroll to the bottom of the page. In exchange for volunteering, you’ll get a free T-shirt, a meal on move-in day and the chance to have an impact on a multitude of students.
Please sign up and spread the word. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Valery Pozo.
If you’ve enjoyed the event in the past and would like to get more involved, consider volunteering this year. For more information regarding volunteering, or to sign up, please contact Aleatha Leader at Aleatha.Leader@hsc.utah.edu.
The following dates and times are available for volunteer opportunities:
- Walk Away Obesity: Hidden Valley Park, Saturday, Aug. 19 | 7:45-11 a.m.
- Community Open House: Huntsman Cancer Institute, Thursday, Aug. 24 | 5-9 p.m.
- Family Health Fair: Rice-Eccles Stadium,
- Set-up day: Friday, Aug. 25
- Two volunteer shifts: 9 a.m.–12 p.m. OR 12–3 p.m.
- Event day: Saturday, Aug. 26
- Two volunteer shifts: 8:30 a.m.–12 p.m. OR 11:30 a.m.–3 p.m.
- Set-up day: Friday, Aug. 25
For more information and a complete list of activities, please visit the Be Well Utah website.
Pepsi has established three customer service refund locations on campus and equipped them with refund vouchers that can be used just like cash in Pepsi and Hello Goodness vending machines. Those refund locations are:
- The Union Building’s Service Desk at 200 S. Central Campus Drive, 801-581-5888.
- The Student Affairs Office, Rm 206 at 201 Presidents Circle, 801-581-7793.
- The University Hospital Food Court at 50 North Medical Drive, 801-581-2121.
Simply provide your uNID, explain your issue, where it took place and a voucher will be given to you. Refunds may only be used in Pepsi or Hello Goodness vending machines. To report a machine that is malfunctioning or has a credit card reader that has gone offline, please call the support number listed on the machine.
University Print & Mail is ready to help you design your department’s or organization’s customized promotional items, from office supplies to water bottles, totes and other fun giveaways. If you can think it, Print & Mail can create it. In addition to standard promotional fare, specialized items such as umbrellas, blankets, hats, shirts and other apparel are also available.
Some items can take six to eight weeks for production and delivery, so order now here, to ensure your items arrive in time for Employee Appreciation Day, which takes place on Thursday, Sept. 28.
University Print & Mail is your ongoing resource for customized promotional items any time of year. Contact Print & Mail for a custom quote at 801-581-3947 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you’re an incoming student buying a computer for classes or a faculty member needing a tech update, this is a deal not to be missed. All products are available now in the Main Campus Store and the Campus Store Health. Stop in to get tech-ready for fall, and do it in style with Beats.
One pair of Beats per transaction or customer.