Dr. Loretta Harper Honored for Excellence in Human Resource Practice

Dr. Loretta Harper has received a National Recognition for Excellence in Human Resource Practice award from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR). Harper received the prestigious award September 29 at CUPA-HR’s National Conference and Expo in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Read More

October, 2002 from the U

Visiting NYC Artist Barbara Grossman to Deliver Lecture at University of Utah

Visitng NYC artist Barbara Grossman will deliver a lecture on her work on Tuesday, October 22, 2002, at 5 p.m. in the Art and Architecture Building, Room 158. Read More

2002 National Real Estate Tax Issues Update at University of Utah

Individuals who are in the real estate industry can stay current with the legislative and interpretive changes that can significantly affect real estate ownership and real estate transactions by attending the 2002 Annual National Real Estate Tax Issues Update, scheduled for Nov. 21, 2002. The Real Property Section of the Utah State Bar, the national Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute (CCIM Institute), the Utah CCIM Chapter and the University of Utah are co-sponsoring the half-day seminar. The event is open to the public. Cost is $129. Read More

Dell High-Performance Clusters Aid the University of Utah in Researching Ways to Prevent Accidental Fires and Explosions

Researchers at The University of Utah are using a Dell high-performance computing cluster (HPCC) to research and help prevent accidental fires and explosions. Read More

U’s Law School Fair Attracts Record Number of Law Schools

The annual Law School Fair will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 16, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., in the University of Utah’s Union Ballroom. A record number of 100 law schools from throughout the U.S. will be at information tables to answer questions and acquaint students with their programs. In addition to the two local Utah law schools, top schools such as Berkeley, Harvard, Yale, Duke and Chicago will be represented. The fair is free and open to all area college pre-law students. Read More