U of U Undergraduate Research Symposium to Feature Diversity in Presentations

The public can get a sampling of the wide variety of research being performed by undergraduate students at the University of Utah on Monday when the U\’s Honors and Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programs present a symposium, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., in the Olpin Union, 200 S. Central Campus Drive (1595 E.), on the University of Utah campus. Read More

March, 2006 from the U

U of U Faculty and Students Promoting Ways to Address Bullying Behavior

Conventional advice is: \”Just ignore the bully. Then she will stop.” But there may be elements to mean behavior that are hard to ignore-taunting, verbal and physical aggression, repeated and more intense occurrences. Read More

U.S. News Rankings Showcase the University of Utah

The latest issue of U.S. News & World Report/America\’s Best Graduate Schools once again establishes the University of Utah as the most recognized school in the state. The University is ranked in the top 50 in four separate categories. Read More

University of Utah Chicano Scholarship Fund Receives $50K Gift from Ibarra Foundation

The University of Utah Chicano/a Scholarship Fund (CSF) announced today the receipt of a major donation from the Ibarra Foundation created by Utah brothers David and Mickey Ibarra. The $50,000 gift will establish three renewable, full-ride Ibarra Foundation Scholarships through the Chicano/a Scholarship Fund. The first two scholarships will be presented to freshmen students in the amount of $5,000 each, per year, for four years for a total of $40,000. The third scholarship will be awarded to a junior or senior and will be funded for two years at $5,000 per year for a total of $10,000. This will bring the Ibarra Foundation’s total commitment to the University of Utah to $50,000 to be given over a period of four years. Scholarship winners will be announced at the Chicano/a Scholarship banquet on May 9, 2006. Read More

Rebound Marriages No More Likely to End in Divorce

Many self-help books and well-meaning friends and relatives offer this advice to newly divorced friends: Don\’t marry on the rebound. Don\”t rush into or commit to a serious relationship prematurely. Wait until you are good and ready. Read More