technology

DON’T WASTE YOUR TECH

Recycle your personal broken home electronics, private documents and some hard-to-recycle items on Thursday, April 19 from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. on the south side of the Rice-Eccles Stadium parking lot.


SCIENCE & TECH INNOVATION

Join the U in celebrating the dedication of the Crocker Science Center on April 20 at 2 p.m.


SILENCING YOUR INNER HATER

Knatokie Ford, advocate for women in science, technology, engineering and math, shared her journey as the confident “female Steve Urkel” from her childhood, to feeling like a fraud as a grad student at Harvard, to conquering the imposter syndrome.


CHURCHILL SCHOLAR

Mathematics student Scott Neville becomes third Churchill Scholar for the U.


‘CONQUERING THE IMPOSTER SYNDROME’

Knatokie Ford, advocate for women in STEM and personal growth, to speak at the U Feb. 27.


HUMANS OF THE U: CHRIS GALLI

“I landed at the U through my love of paragliding. In 2001 I was sitting on the side of Mt. Olympus, ready to launch one afternoon and I met a professor here in atmospheric science who was also flying paragliders. He said “I heard you’re into programming – Are you interested in working at a university?” I said sure.”


CAUTION AHEAD

U professor David Strayer says technology that doesn’t mix with driving continues to increase in many new vehicles.


BEST IN TECH

The U ranks as the top research university in the nation for commercializing technology innovations, according to the Milken Institute’s 2017 ranking of Best Universities for Technology Transfer.


CHURCHILL SCHOLAR

Honors mathematics student Michael Zhao is one of only 15 students nationally to receive this award and becomes the second Churchill Scholar for the U.


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.