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Quake in Alaska Changed Yellowstone Geysers

A powerful earthquake that rocked Alaska in 2002 not only triggered small earthquakes almost 2,000 miles away at Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park – as was reported at the time – but also changed the timing and behavior of some of Yellowstone’s geysers and hot springs, a new study says. Read More

May, 2004 from the U

Mine Safety & Health Conference May 24-28

More than 400 experts on safety, health and research issues in the mining industry are expected to attend the Combined Mine Safety and Health Conference Monday May 24 through Friday May 28 at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City. Read More

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U of U Students Create Public Art Alongside South Salt Lake City TRAX Line

Now, while waiting for public transportation, South Salt Lake City commuters can contemplate public art, thanks to the creative work and learning experiences of seven University of Utah painting and drawing students. Nearby 2100 S. and the 3300 S. Millcreek TRAX line are two large-scale murals, painted with the goal of “bonding the community.” One is a 25- by 60-foot trompe l’oeil (“fool-the-eye” or “illusion” painting), which juxtaposes two trains-a historic trolley and a TRAX train-coming toward the viewer at twilight. Historic buildings of the surrounding area-the Century Theater, Harmon’s Kentucky Fried Chicken and some that no longer exist-are painted in the background. The other mural, a hardedge painting, is a bird’s eye view of passengers waiting for a train, reading and conversing-all set against a bright yellow background. Read More

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Distinguished Professor Gerald Stringfellow Receives 2004 Rosenblatt Prize at U of U Commencement

Gerald B. Stringfellow, Distinguished Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering, was honored at today’s Commencement with the Rosenblatt Prize, the University of Utah’s highest award for excellence. The $40,000 gift is presented annually to a faculty member who displays excellence in teaching, research, and administrative efforts. Read More