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U selects experienced commercialization expert and entrepreneur to lead Technology Commercialization Office
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U and Chung-Ang University announce digital health partnership
Utah Academic Libraries Consortium open textbooks statewide survey
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Customized holiday gifts by University Print & Mail
New nonprofit mailing guidelines
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Utah Red Zone Fan Cave Giveaway presented by America First Credit Union
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Marmer, a leading candidate from the beginning of the search process, was selected from a pool of exceptional applicants. He joins the U with considerable experience in technology commercialization, entrepreneurship and venture capital. He previously served as the chief business officer at the Penn Center for Innovation at the University of Pennsylvania, where he led the Center’s day-to-day commercialization activities. Prior to this, Marmer directed Penn State College of Medicine’s technology commercialization office and served as an associate dean for research innovation. Marmer has also founded and led four companies, his latest being a venture capital firm that targets early stage life science companies.
“Technology commercialization has enjoyed a bright history at the U,” said Andrew Weyrich, vice president for research. “Keith is determined to build upon this success to further enhance TVC, which is already in the upper echelons of technology commercialization operations. Our selection process involved hundreds of applicants, was rigorous and comprehensive and we are excited to recruit Keith. The selection committee and I overwhelmingly believe that his breadth of university experience combined with his strong history of entrepreneurship is the right combination needed to catalyze technology commercialization efforts at the U.”
U entities participating in the exchange include: University of Utah Hospital; University of Utah Health Care Telehealth; the U Brain Institute; and the Research Center for Digital Wellbeing.
Telehealth enhances both clinical and non-clinical healthcare services through social, mobile analytic and cloud technologies to diagnose and treat disease.
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Free online textbooks are emerging as an alternative to traditional print textbooks. Tell the Utah System of Higher Education what you think about textbooks. Your input will provide valuable information on a statewide pilot project about free online textbooks.
Please complete this survey by Wednesday, Nov. 30. Note that this survey is intended for students on the University of Utah MAIN CAMPUS only.
The survey can be found here.
Please use caution in this densely used area and be kind and courteous to others.
If your organization or department is in need of holiday gifts or giveaways, let University Print & Mail help you design and customize one-of-a-kind gifts for those special people on your list this year.
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 names, text or departmental logos. Most items take approximately five weeks for production and delivery, so order now to ensure your items arrive in time for the holidays. For a custom quote, please call 801- 581-6171 or visit printing.utah.edu for more information.
University Print & Mail is an official licensee of the University of Utah and is therefore legally permitted to use and reproduce university-owned trademarks and logos. By supporting official licensees like Print & Mail, you are assured to receive quality products while also supporting student scholarships, athletic programs and other university initiatives.
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.
All mailing pieces sent from campus using nonprofit permit 1529 must have ‘The University of Utah’ displayed in a prominent location on the package or envelope. The USPS requires that the return address begin with, ‘The University of Utah’, followed by the sender’s name and a campus address. To prevent confusion, delay or higher postage rates, please ensure that the university name is easily identifiable and avoid abbreviations such as ‘U of U’.
Help the university keep this valuable resource by complying with USPS guidelines on nonprofit mailings. Questions regarding nonprofit permits and other mailing services may be directed to Kim Hansen at 801-581- 7212. Questions regarding the printing of mail items may be directed to 801-581-6171.
The Utah Red Zone Fan Cave Giveaway grand prize includes:
- Samsung 65″ Class 4K Ultra HD TV
- (2) Imperial University of Utah Recliners
- Blakeway framed Rice-Eccles stadium panorama
- Northwest Utah tapestry woven blanket
- Northwest Utah plush throw blanket
- Northwest Utah rug
- Legacy Utah vintage game poster artwork
- Legacy Utah wall-mount bottle opener
- Legacy Utah serving tray
- Paulson Designs Utah athletic logo canvas art
- Authentic Street Signs “Man Cave” sign
- Dahl large vinyl decal
and more Utah Red Zone merchandise.
Utah fans can enter to win the Utah Red Zone Fan Cave Giveaway by going to URedZone.com/FanCaveGiveaway. The lucky winner will be randomly selected at the conclusion of the Utah Football season.
For more information, call or visit Utah Red Zone or the University Campus Store.