Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute

We’ll start with thermostats

Students participating in an Honors College Praxis Lab set out to impact climate change—starting with thermostats.


Public universities and America’s future

On Thursday, Sept. 20, President Ruth Watkins welcomed thought leaders from around the nation to reflect on the role of public universities in a changing America.


IDEAS WANTED: HOW TO HELP THE MIDDLE CLASS

Submit your ideas now for the American Dream Ideas Challenge.


HATCH FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES COLLABORATION WITH U

New center will honor Utah Sen. Orrin G. Hatch and focus on advocating for political civility and bipartisan problem-solving.


LIFE IN THE ACCELERATION LANE

New York Times writer, Thomas L. Friedman, shared his thoughts from his new book with business and political leaders and MBA students at Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute symposium.


HELLO. GOODBYE.

This year we said fond farewells and enthusiastic greetings to iconic campus buildings and the future they represent.


UTAH IN 2065

New brief from the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute is first in series of demographic projections for what the Beehive State’s population will look like in the future.


U UNVEILS NEW THOMAS S. MONSON CENTER

The newly renovated Enos A. Wall Mansion will house the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute and other community events.


Announcements

U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT RANKINGS OF NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES The University of Utah moved up 14 spots to 115th in the latest U.S. News & World Report America’s Best Colleges overall rankings of national universities. Freshmen retention and overall graduation rates, among the metrics in determining the rankings, were up for the university from last […]