Bryan Petersen

U of U Singers Triumph in Tolosa, Spain, at the Grand Prix for Choral Singing

The University of Utah Singers, the elite choral ensemble of the University\’s School of Music, has been awarded the 18th European Grand Prix for Choral Singing for 2006, held in Tolosa, Spain. The announcement was made last Saturday night, following performances by competition contenders and the University Singers, a mixed choir comprised of 47 University students under the direction of Brady Allred. Read More

June, 2006 from the U

U of U Voting Expert Thad Hall Says Primaries will Test Electronic Voting Technologies

Utah, along with many other states across the nation, will be employing new voting technologies in this year\’s primary elections. But, instead of punching ballot cards, registered Utah voters will encounter new touchscreen voting equipment. Read More

Robert Cady

Full Speed Ahead for Cosmic Ray Project

Construction is accelerating on a $17 million cosmic ray observatory west of Delta, Utah, thanks to two U.S. agencies: the Bureau of Land Management issued a permit, and the National Science Foundation approved a $2.4 million grant. Read More

$2 Million Grant Puts U of U at Forefront Training Physicians in Geriatric Medicine

The University of Utah School of Medicine has been awarded a $2 million grant to help address one of the most urgent needs in U.S. health care: competent medical treatment for the nation\’s growing elderly population. Read More

Synergy Award Winners Promote Cooperation among Utah Researchers

The Office of the Vice President for Research today announced the 2006 Synergy awardees. Synergy is a new program designed to stimulate discovery of new opportunities bringing research groups together in new ways. To be eligible for any of the 1 million dollars in grant money, applicants had to submit research proposals from at least two different University departments. Preference was given to inter-college collaborators. Read More