Foothill Drive online workshop for the implementation strategy
UCard contest winner: Allen Ward
Self-guided campus art tours
Campus Recreation Services scholarship recipients
Campus Recreation Services honors student athletes
Register for Marriott Library’s paper marbling event
U selfie contest
Register for CTLE’s Faculty Boot Camp: Focus on Technology
An open house was held by the Foothill Drive project team on March 31, 2016. There was strong attendance and many comments were received. For those who were unable to attend, all open house displays are available online here to view the information and provide input.
In this online workshop, you can find an overview of the project, the draft corridor goals and an opportunity to again leave feedback for the project team. Visit foothilldrive.org/workshop-1 to get started.
This project is a partnership among Salt Lake City, UDOT, UTA, Salt Lake County, University of Utah and Wasatch Front Regional Council.
For his design bearing the University of Utah seal, Ward is credited with changing the face of UCard and was also awarded an iPad, along with the satisfaction that his design will soon be in wallets all across the Wasatch Front.
Coming in at second and third place were Justin Dahl and Jaden Hollady, respectively, who were awarded gift cards to the Campus Store.
UCards bearing the old design will remain valid for as long as the cardholder wishes to retain the card. Those wanting a new UCard may purchase one for $10 at the UCard office, beginning June 6. Newly designed UCards will be issued to incoming students this fall.
In concert with adopting its new look, UCard has also moved to a new location in Room 158 of the Union Building.
For more information about UCard and its benefits, visit ucard.edu.
All of the buildings are accessible to the public and allows visitors to see art pieces that you would typically see in a museum. Take a walk through the Frederick Albert Sutton building to visit a “green” building that showcases beautiful displays related to earth sciences. Or, see the magnificent “Neurostar” sculpture hanging on the ceiling in the atrium of the James L. Sorenson Molecular Biotechnology Building (USTAR).
For more information on campus art, please visit the Self-Guided Campus Art Tours website.
Eight amazing students were awarded scholarships for the 2016-2017 academic year. Students awarded scholarships included:
Emerging Leaders: Addison E., Amy B., Ryann L.
Service Distinction: Kim R., Angela L., Megan S. and Precor Incorporated
Crimson Honor Award: Jasmine Barney, Victor Nevarez
To learn more about working for Campus Recreation Services and our Crimson Crew Scholarship program, please visit campusrec.utah.edu.
More than 130 Student Athletes from over 20 Sport Club teams were in attendance to celebrate outstanding athletes, scholars and teams. Students and teams receiving awards included:
Academic Athlete of the Year: Jeppesen Feliciano (Swimming)
Female Athlete of the Year: Aleisha “Yosh” Matsuura (Women’s Lacrosse)
Male Athlete of the Year: Chad Gough (Rugby)
Rookie of the Year: Trey Taylor (Ultimate)
Team of the Year: Men’s Hockey.
A big thank you to the Sport Clubs Executive Council and everyone that supports our student athletes throughout the year. To learn more about our Sport Clubs program, please visit campusrec.utah.edu.
Sign up by clicking this link and follow the instructions. Four winners will be chosen through a lucky draw.
Contest deadline is May 13, 2016.
The contest is being conducted as part of a research study at the David Eccles School of Business.
Focusing on creative alternatives to traditional paper marbling, this workshop makes use of low-cost, readily available tools and materials to create quality, decorative papers. Pamela Smith, a masterful, traditional craftsperson, demonstrates basic marbling techniques that are repeatable at home. Participants leave with a basic understanding of marbling methods and sample sheets of common patterns.
Join us for a fun and thorough introductory experience.
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REGISTER NOW FOR CTLE FACULTY BOOT CAMP: FOCUS ON TECHNOLOGY
Boot Camp will meet May 16-27, 2016*, Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday (no meetings on Wednesday, May 18 or 25) from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Faculty Center, MLIB 1705.
Registration is $150.
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