U of U Pediatricians Plan Trial of Blood Pressure Monitor That May Provide Alternative to Cardiac Catheterization

Pediatric cardiologists at the University of Utah School of Medicine and Primary Children’s Medical Center (PCMC) will conduct a clinical trial of a blood pressure monitor that may provide an alternative to invasive cardiac catheterization. Read More

July, 2002 from the U

University of Utah Makes Big Cuts in Water Usage

The University of Utah’s water conservation efforts are paying off in a big way. The most recent water meter readings from the Salt Lake City public utility office show the University used 36.6% less water in May of 2002, compared to the same month last year. The U also showed a big decrease in water usage for June of 2002, saving 22.6% over last year. Read More

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U of U Names New Director of Honors Program

Martha S. Bradley, associate professor of architecture in the University of Utah’s Graduate School of Architecture, has been named director of the University’s Honors Program. She succeeds Richard D. Rieke, who has served as the program’s director since 1995. Bradley will assume the position on Aug. 1 and will continue to teach part-time. Read More

U of U Physician, Arizona Researchers Find Critical Clue to Congenital Heart Abnormalities

Researchers led by a University of Utah physician have discovered a key clue in what causes one of the most common congenital heart problems-defective valves. Read More

New U of U Students Gear Up for Fall Semester

While the University of Utah campus may be quieter during the dog days of summer semester, the U’s Office of Orientation and New Student Programs is working overtime to ensure freshman and transfer students planning to attend the U this fall come equipped with the information-and the confidence-they need to succeed. Read More