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U announces new chief information officer and chief of police Both report to senior chief administrative officer John Nixon Jan. 5, 2015 – The University of Utah announced two key administrative positions today. After the completion of national searches, Stephen Hess has been appointed chief information officer and Dale Brophy is the director of public […]

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Campus Announcements

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DON’T BE ALARMED! BLANK SHOTS BEING FIRED IN FORT DOUGLAS Jan. 16 Heads up – on Friday, Jan. 16, between 10 – 10:30 a.m. the Salt Lake City Army Recruiting Battalion will be firing blank rounds during an honor guard memorial service at the Post Chapel in Fort Douglas, located at 120 Fort Douglas Blvd. […]

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A Healthier U

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START THE NEW YEAR OUT RIGHT – JOIN CHEF CARL FOR HEALTHY SOUP AND SALAD RECIPES Jan. 12 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.This month’s cooking class will be held tonight from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Salt Lake Culinary Center located at 2233 S. 300 East in Salt Lake City.Cost: $20 per person, […]

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Benefiting U

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W-2 forms are available to faculty and staff electronically. Benefits of opting to receive your W-2 electronically include: – Help the university go GREEN – if you file your tax return electronically, a paper copy of the W-2 is not required. – You will receive your W-2 several days earlier. – Your sensitive personal information […]

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Teaching Resources

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Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence provides a number of courses for faculty and graduate students. CTLE 6000 Teaching in Higher Education (On Campus) Instructor: Alyson Froehlich Anticipating that first higher ed course you’ll teach but not sure where to start? Or maybe you’ve taught a course or two but can’t manage to keep your […]

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Campus Announcements

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DIVERSE TRIO AT UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HONORED FOR INVENTIVE ACHIEVEMENTS Faculty members in electrical engineering, medicine and metallurgical engineering have been elected as fellows of the National Academy of Inventors. The three newly named fellows are: – Cynthia M. Furse, professor of electrical and computer engineering and associate vice president for research – David R. […]

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A Healthier U

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SETTING HEALTHY GOALS? GRAB YOUR HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK.   By Robin Marcus, P.T., Ph.D. Chief Wellness Officer, University of Utah Health Sciences OK, so there are some things that you might hate about your yearbook picture. The glasses, your hairstyle, those clothes! Take a look and see what you wish you could forget and do […]

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Air Quality Solutions

Do you hate Utah’s dirty air during the winter inversion months and are you curious about what university researchers are doing to understand and address the problem? Here’s your chance: The University of Utah Program for Air Quality, Health and Society is partnering with the Utah Division of Air Quality to host a workshop on Jan. 13 titled “Air Quality in Utah: Science for Solutions.”

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Benefiting U

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REDUCTION IN DISABILITY INSURANCE RATES EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 2015 The university’s Long Term and Short Term Disability Insurance is provided through The Standard. Based on the university’s utilization of the insurance, The Standard has announced reduced premium rates effective Jan. 1, 2015. Employees enrolled in disability coverage will receive a separate notice about the rates […]

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Teaching Resources

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Welcome to a new semester! Here are some resources that might benefit you as you’re mapping out this semester: Visit utah.instructure.com for useful tips on designing your course syllabus. Looking for new ideas on how to create a quality course? Check out this public Canvas tutorial on creating quality courses. Click here to start the […]

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