EXECUTIVE MBA PROGRAM RANKS #35 IN THE U.S. AND #74 IN THE WORLD BY THE FINANCIAL TIMES

For the third year in a row, the Financial Times has once again ranked the David Eccles School of Business Executive MBA program among the top programs in the world. According to the report, published in the Oct. 22nd issue, the David Eccles School of Business Executive MBA program was ranked #35 in the United States and #74 in the world. Faculty research output was ranked #24 in the U.S. Read More

October, 2007 from the U
Nicole Boand

FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE: NANO-ENGINEERING, A TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION

Lecturer: Larry R. Dalton, George B. Kauffman professor of chemistry, University of Washington
Date: Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Place: Aline Wilmot Skaggs Biology Building Auditorium, University of Utah


*FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC*

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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING DAY AT THE U

The University of Utah will hold College of Engineering Day this Saturday, Oct. 20 for high school students, college students who haven’t decided on a major and transfer students interested in engineering. Read More

GARFF FAMILY DONATES $3 MILLION TO DAVID ECCLES SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

The David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah announced today a $3 million gift from the Ken Garff Automotive Group, long supporters of the University of Utah and local community. The gift will provide funds to remodel the Kendall D. Garff Building in the David Eccles School building complex. Built in 1964, the building currently houses faculty offices and department suites. The $3 million remodeling project includes updating existing office space to incorporate a state-of-the-art learning environment and technology improvements, and renaming the facility the Ken Garff Building to represent the family’s successful enterprise. Read More

U OF U ANNOUNCES FALL CALENDAR OF DIVERSITY EVENTS

The University of Utah announced today an ambitious lineup of diversity related educational forums to be presented this fall. The forums seek to examine key issues of race, identity, politics, and social justice in an ever-changing, increasingly diverse state and nation. Presenters are renowned scholars and authors from across the nation. “We are pleased to be able to present these diversity educational forums as a part of the university’s ongoing commitment to enhance the educational experiences and success of our entire university community,” said University President, Michael K. Young. Read More