Pediatrician\’s Guidance on Dental Health Gives Low-Income Parents Reason to Smile

The prevalence of tooth decay among toddlers of low-income families is nothing to smile about. The good news, according to a University of Utah School of Medicine study, is that when pediatricians educate and provide guidance to parents, children’s oral health significantly improves. Read More

May, 2004 from the U

Improved Job Market for Class of 2004

Students in the class of 2003-2004 who will graduate from the University of Utah on Friday face a better job market than their counterparts one year ago, due to an improving economy and the increasing hiring needs of employers. Read More

Scott D. Folsom Named New U Police Chief

The University of Utah today announced the hiring of Scott D. Folsom as the new Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police. Folsom begins his duties at the U June 1, 2004. He will be responsible for planning, organizing, directing and coordinating the safety activities and operations for the Department of Public Safety. Read More

Business Students to Get Real Life Lessons in Bangkok

How do you communicate many of the complexities of International Business to MBA students? You can choose the traditional style, in-classroom with textbooks, or you can give them an unforgettable intensive international experience-one that brings to life the dimensions of international enterprise, and the nuances of operating in a foreign market. With these goals in mind, the Global Business Program (GBP) at the David Eccles School of Business (DESB) has organized the GBP International Business Trip to Bangkok, Thailand May 9-18. Read More