Against all odds

Two new works on view at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) reveal the vision and tell the fascinating story of a trailblazing nineteenth-century American artist. Henry Rocher (American,…

Challenges facing international students

…following formats: in-person, online, IVC (Interactive Video Conferencing)/remote, or hybrid. According to current guidance, students in active F-1 SEVIS status may remain in active status, even if currently outside of…

Exceptional faculty

…Board of the Journal of Chemical Physics and of The Journal of Physical Chemistry, has been on the selection committee of major awards by the American Chemical Society…” Distinguished Faculty…

Native American Heritage Month

The University of Utah is planning several events and programs in honor of Native American Heritage Month in November. Nov. 2 Ramifications of Historical Health Disparities in the American Indian/Alaska…

Making the American dream a reality

Making the American Dream a reality The second in a series of dialogues on the American Dream will take place Wednesday, Oct. 3, in the Hinckley Caucus Room in Gardner…

Dedicated to protecting the night skies

…“The journal will appeal both to people who have no idea what dark sky studies are and to people who actively research and advocate for dark skies,” said Daniel Mendoza,…

Hinckley Journal of Politics Vol. 21

…Isn’t Always Negative: Utah Journalists Reflect on News Values and Audience Engagement in the Digital Age” by Elise Saarela “Hate Speech in 21st Century Jurisprudence: An Analysis of the Current…

Teaching Resources

More Evidence that Active Learning Trumps Lecturing By: Maryellen Weimer, Ph.D. The June-July issue of “The Teaching Professor” newsletter highlights a study you don’t want to miss. It’s a meta-analysis…