Bennion Center honored by lawmakers
U professors honored by Ecological Society of America
Chemistry chair honored with American Chemical Society award
Beacons of Excellence Award call for nominations
Inclusive access to textbooks: Save students up to 80 percent
Fitness classes now half off
Intramural sports second session registration now open
Fellows are members of ESA who have made outstanding contributions to a wide range of fields served by the society. They are elected for life. Early Career Fellows are members within 8 years of completing their doctoral training who have advanced ecological knowledge and show promise of continuing to make outstanding contributions. They are elected for five years.
Adler is elected for his theoretical contributions to the areas of physiological, disease, evolutionary, population, community, behavioral and most recently urban ecology. Coley is elected for advancing fundamental knowledge of plant-animal
interactions and of tropical ecology, and for her lifetime commitment to training generations of students from Central and South America. Anderegg is elected for advancing fundamental knowledge of how trees respond to drought and how the interactions of water stress and climate change may impact our nation’s forests.
In addition to Moore’s role as interim SVPAA, Associate Vice President Amy Wildermuth will serve, as she did during the last transition, as the designee of the senior vice president on matters pertaining to retention, promotion and tenure, and on faculty and student code issues that may arise.
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Nominations are due by 5 p.m. on April 6, 2018. Nominate someone here.
The University of Utah fosters a transformational experience for all students. We value and recognize a respect for knowledge that empowers students to become actively engaged on campus. We accomplish this through recognizing people, programs and projects committed to excellence.
Inclusive Access puts your textbooks and related study materials online, making them available anytime, anywhere, and on the first day of class. Any course is eligible for Inclusive Access and the fee is paid along with class registration, eliminating the need to search for and purchase textbooks independently.
Last semester, 2,500 students utilized Inclusive Access and each saved an average of 60 percent on their course materials. Students can conveniently view their textbooks online, track their progress from assignment to assignment and communicate with other students in their class. Professors can also communicate with students, as well as provide updates and announcements and monitor the access and progress of each student.
Join the 21 courses already using Inclusive Access by contacting Shane Girton, senior associate director of the Campus Store, at email@example.com or 801-581-8296. Informational luncheons will be held in March to orient faculty on how the program works and answer any questions you may have. If you are interested in attending, please contact Girton who will provide you with the details.
Hit the ground running on day one next semester and help your students save money through Inclusive Access.
Check out the full list of classes at campusrec.utah.edu and register today.
If you missed out on the first season or you’re just ready for more action, check out the full list of sports at campusrec.utah.edu and register today.
No team? No problem, register as an individual and we’ll help get you on a team.
The agreement creates a pathway for students to pursue the degree or certificate program upon transfer to the U.
Financial planners help clients meet financial goals, prepare for retirement and make comprehensive financial plans. The program can boost options for graduates interested in careers in banking, trust companies, brokerage firms, insurance businesses and as private financial planners and counselors. Financial counselors may help clients with such money matters as developing a personal budget, building good credit, getting out of debt, repaying loans and preparing for home ownership.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 10-year job outlook for personal financial advisors is much stronger than the average for all professions — a finding that reflects the wave of retirements anticipated as Baby Boomers leave the job market.