“Growing up, I was taught that if I can help someone, it is my responsibility to do so. I learned that example from my father, who is my hero. His hard work and positive attitude have been a guiding light throughout my life.”
Student veteran Rachael Barkie plans to use her experience dealing with conflict and the complexities of different ideologies and cultures to help policymakers find nuanced solutions to difficult environmental problems.
Doctoral candidate Rich Stowell recognized as 2015 Student Veteran of the Year for his efforts to promote a greater level of understanding of veterans on campus.
Medic who lost a leg while administering first aid is among honorees for the 18th annual Veterans Day Commemoration Ceremony.
CALL FOR DIRECTOR APPLICATIONS: TAFT NICHOLSON CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL HUMANITIES EDUCATION The College of Humanities at the University of Utah seeks a tenured professor to serve a three-year term as director for the Taft-Nicholson Center for Environmental Humanities. Located on 16 acres in Montana’s Centennial Valley, the Taft-Nicholson Center is a University of Utah satellite […]
GARTNER RESEARCH RESOURCES AVAILABLE AT NO COST If you’re a University of Utah faculty member, staff member, or student doing research on IT-related topics, Gartner Research resources are available for you to use at no charge. Gartner, Inc. is the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company. Additionally, faculty and staff may request complimentary […]
PLAN AHEAD FOR FIELD TRIPS Are you planning field trips, activities, or events with your class or group? If so, plan ahead for special requirements, hazards, approvals, accommodations, liability waivers, equipment needs, transportation requirements, and emergencies. A field trip guideline checklist and approved liability waiver form can be accessed at Risk & Insurance Management website. […]