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Zhigang Zak Fang a 2017 National Academy of Inventors fellow
Alta Sustainability Leadership Awards nominations due by Jan. 31, 2018
Call for nominations: Distinguished Innovation and Impact Award 2018
Center on Aging pilot grant program 2018 RFP
Scientists awarded earth science education award
Matt Gay clinches consensus All-American
Last-minute gifts and stocking stuffers
Academic Senate recap, January meeting announced
U holiday cards
Customized holiday gifts by University Print & Mail
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Professor Fang’s research focuses on applied physical science with practical applications, including in the area of metals extraction, nano powder synthesis, sintering, microstructure, and mechanical properties of metal alloys made from metal powders. He is particularly focused on metal materials used for energy efficiency, energy storage, or energy production.
Congratulations, professor Fang!
The application deadline is Jan. 31, 2018.
The awards will be presented on Feb. 15, 2018 at the Environment and Sustainability Research Symposium.
For more information on applying, or to nominate yourself or a colleague, click here.
To see criteria and deadlines, click here.
Deadline: March 16, 2018, 11:59 p.m. (MST)
Find the RFP link here.
Their citation states: “Thure Cerling and James Ehleringer have created a transformative learning and networking experience for multiple academic generations of researchers, and established the archetypical model of a successful summer short course for colleagues around the country.”
When the NCAA makes its official announcement on Dec. 14, Gay will become Utah’s seventh consensus All-American, joining defensive lineman Luther Elliss (1994), offensive lineman Jordan Gross (2002), defensive back Eric Weddle (2006), kicker Louie Sakoda (2008), punter Tom Hackett (2014 and 2015) and punter Mitch Wishnowsky (2016).
The consensus-qualifying first teams Gay made were the AP, Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and Sporting News. Gay, who won the 2017 Lou Groza Award as the nation’s best kicker, was named to the Walter Camp and AFCA second teams.
He becomes the ninth Utah player to earn Sporting News’ first-team All-America honors, joining Roy Jefferson (1964, defensive back), Marv Bateman (1971-70, punter), Erroll Tucker (1985, return specialist), Weddle (2006), Sakoda (2008), Kaelin Clay (2014, returner), Hackett (2015) and Wishnowsky (2016).
Gay is just the sixth Ute to earn AFCA All-America honors, joining Elliss (1994), Weddle (2006), Sakoda (2008), Hackett (2014 and 2015) and Wishnowsky (2016).
Gay leads the nation in most major kicking categories, including field goals made (27), field goals made per game (2.25), 50+ yard field goals (5, tie) and field goals attempted (31). He has made 87-percent of his field goal attempts, which leads the Pac-12 and ranks 11th in the nation. Gay ranks ninth across all positions and third among kickers in scoring, averaging 9.8 points per game. He is 5-of-6 from 50+ yards, 4-of-6 between 40-49 yards and 18-of-19 inside the 40. His two 56-yard field goals are tied for the second-longest in the nation this season.
Gay’s 27 field goals and 31 attempts are school records, while his 118 points ranks second all-time in a season at Utah. He is the first Utah kicker to make five 50+ field goals in a season.
He played soccer at Utah Valley in 2014 and 2016. His only previous football experience came as a high school senior at Orem High School in 2011.
Read more here.
Stop by the Campus Store today and get your holiday shopping done, so you can enjoy the most wonderful time of the year with no stressful last-minute lists.
- Name change of the Department of Biology to the School of Biological Sciences
- A new BA/BS in Criminology and Criminal Justice
- A new PhD in Clinical Pharmacology
- Transfer Disability Studies from the College of Health to the School for Cultural and Social Transformation
The next Academic Senate meeting will be Monday, Jan. 8 at 3 p.m. in the Moot Courtroom of the College of Law. Senate meetings are open to the public.
The agenda will be posted here approximately one week before the meeting.
In addition to holiday card designs, University Print & Mail offers several other styles for fall, along with other special occasion cards such as birthday cards, thank you cards, custom-design cards and personalized stationery.
Both personal and office orders are welcome. To view designs online and place your order, visit printing.utah.edu.
From water bottles to umbrellas, blankets to tote bags, if you can think of it, Print & Mail can create it and make it personal by adding text, logos or specific designs. Most items take approximately five weeks for production and delivery, so order now to ensure your items arrive in time for the holidays. For more information or a custom quote, please contact Roger King at 801-581-3947 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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