Order your thesis or dissertation
Landscape Master Plan survey
Support national parks by using Zimride
Nobel Laureate and adjunct professor dies at age 88
Cart safety and guidelines
Data retrieval tool for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is unavailable
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month
This week’s Red & White Fridays winner
Orders are typically filled in two business days; same-day pickup is available with an appointment.
Contact the Reserve Desk to schedule an appointment or visit our website to start your order.
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Please take a few minutes to help inform our Landscape Master Plan by providing your feedback on the outdoor spaces at the University of Utah.
Please provide your input by Friday, April 28.
Click here to take the survey.
The web-based ridesharing service Zimride, which is available at the University of Utah, will donate $1 to the National Park Foundation for every new member or new ride posted in April up to $10,000.
In addition, Enterprise Holdings Inc., which owns Zimride, will match Zimride’s contributions dollar for dollar.
Sign up and post a ride here.
Abrikosov was a lifelong teacher, and clearly communicated his ideas in fundamental physics books that inspired many young scientists to study condensed matter physics, including members of the Department of Physics and Astronomy here at the U.
“Alexei was a rare combination of creativity and mathematical skill,” says Eugene Mishchenko, professor of physics in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. “He was a person who lived for physics. He loved what he was doing, and he was doing it very well.”
Read more here.
Please review the Cart Use Guidelines found on Risk & Insurance Services website under the “Vehicle” section or contact U Risk & Insurance Services at 1-5590 for additional information.
Next week’s winner could be you — just follow these three steps:
- Take a photo of yourself wearing Utes gear
- Tag and follow @americafirst and @uredzone
- Post your photo to Instagram using #RedWhiteFriday
Visit redandwhitefridays.com for more information about how to win a weekly $100 to Utah Red Zone, and don’t forget to wear red and white on Fridays.
Students and parents will still be able to complete the FAFSA by transferring information manually from their 2015 federal tax returns. Those who do not have a copy of their federal tax returns can request a tax transcript online or through the mail. Review the requirements for secure access carefully before attempting to register.
The University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid is available to assist students and families with the FAFSA process. We can be reached by telephone at 801-581-6211 and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Walk-in appointments are available — visit our office in Student Services Building, room 105 on the University of Utah campus.
Full statement from the IRS and the U.S. Department of Education can be found here.
Click here for information about how to apply for financial aid at the University of Utah.
Click here to go to the U Risk & Insurance Services website, where you can find out more about distracted driving.