New Survey Shows the University of Utah among Nation’s Best in Generating Companies from Research

The Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) recently released its survey of 2005 commercialization results for 228 universities, and the University of Utah again ranks among the top 25 schools in the country. No other Utah university placed in the top 100. Read More

February, 2007 from the U

University Seeks Parking Solution for Kingsbury and Gardner Hall Patrons

During the past decade, the renovation and expansion of Kingsbury Hall and David P. Gardner Hall have enabled the University to expand arts and entertainment offerings to the Campus Community and the citizens of the Salt Lake Area and State of Utah. The University is now studying two sites for parking structures to accommodate the growing crowds of patrons attracted to these world class venues and to address a need to improve daytime parking, in the northwest quadrant, for students, faculty, staff and campus visitors. Read More

Craig H. Neilsen Foundation Grants Two New Scholarships for Students with Disabilities

The Craig H. Neilsen Foundation has awarded two $15,000 scholarships for University of Utah students with a spinal cord injury. Each scholarship is a two year scholarship to cover educational expenses including tuition, room & board, and books. Read More

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The Clash Within

Martha Nussbaum, American philosopher and Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics at the University of Chicago Law School will speak on Thursday, March 1 at 5 p.m. at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts Dumke auditorium. Read More

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Violence in Identity

Amartya Sen, distinguished economist, philosopher, Nobel laureate and Lamont University Professor at Harvard will speak on Friday, March 2 at noon at Libby Gardner Hall. The talk, titled “Violence in Identity,” is part of the “Values & Violence: Intangible Aspects of Terrorism” conference, sponsored by the Institute of Public & International Affairs (IPIA), the College of Social and Behavioral Science, the Barbara L. & Norman C. Tanner Center for Nonviolent Human Rights Advocacy, and the S.J. Quinney College of Law. Read More