The Bernard Osher Foundation Gives $50,000 in Scholarship Support for Reentry Students

A $50,000 gift from the Bernard Osher Foundation will fund 25 new scholarships at the University of Utah. The scholarships are earmarked for students from throughout the state of Utah who have experienced a significant gap in their education and who have shown academic potential and financial need. Valued at $2,000 per student annually, the scholarships will cover over half of full-time tuition costs for the year. Read More

July, 2006 from the U

Micron Gift Funds Equipment and Furnishings for New Engineering Building

The University of Utah College of Engineering today announced a $250,000 gift from the Micron Technology Foundation for equipment, technology infrastructure and furnishings for the $30 million John E. and Marva M. Warnock Engineering Building. When completed in October 2006, the 100,000 square-foot Warnock Building will provide the academic hub for the nearly 3,500 engineering students, faculty and staff members at the University of Utah, as well as a gathering space for visitors and the community. Read More

Single Game Tickets on Sale for Real Salt Lake vs. Real Madrid This Tuesday!

The University of Utah and Real Salt Lake are pleased to announce that single game tickets for the historic “Battle for the Crown” match featuring Real Salt Lake vs. Real Madrid will be available to the public for the first time Tuesday, July 11th starting at 5:00 PM MST. Read More

University of Utah Hospital Named One of America’s Best for 13th Time

University of Utah Hospital, for the 13th time, has been named one of America\’s best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. Read More

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U to Build Telescope in Southern Utah

The Willard L. Eccles Foundation donated $600,000 so the University of Utah can build a 32-inch, research-class, optical telescope in southern Utah. The project is part of an effort to establish a full-fledged astronomy program at the university and perhaps to create a high-altitude observatory that will attract other new telescopes to the state. Read More