The Future of Journalism

In the race to keep up with advancing technology, journalists have a challenging pace to maintain. The 24-hour news cycle, blogging, podcasting, Twitter, web-based newspapers-all are reshaping the face and future of journalism. Read More

October, 2008 from the U

A Card-Swipe for Medical Tests

University of Utah scientists successfully created a sensitive prototype device that could test for dozens or even hundreds of diseases simultaneously by acting like a credit card-swipe machine to scan a card loaded with microscopic blood, saliva or urine samples. Read More

Capital Campaign Goes Public as Silent Phase Shows Strong Support

Guido Gerig, Director for the new Center for Neuroimage Analysis at the University of Utah, is developing tools and techniques that may one day lead to improved treatment for children with autism as early as two years of age. Read More


What will universities look like 20 years from now? How will they educate students for critical roles in a world with increasingly porous borders? What impact will their research have on critical challenges facing the world? How will they respond to dramatic demographic shifts in population and complex ways students acquire and process information? How will higher education respond to decreasing levels of public support and increasing demands for its services? Will universities remain relevant in an environment in which information is so freely available and easily transmitted? Read More

David Eccles School of Business Executive MBA Program Ranks 34 in the U.S. and 80 in the World by the Financial Times

For the fourth year in a row, the Financial Times has ranked the David Eccles School of Business (DESB) Executive MBA program among the top programs in the world. According to the report, being published in the Oct. 27 issue, the David Eccles School of Business Executive MBA program was ranked 34 in the United States and 80 in the world. Faculty research output was ranked 22 in the U.S.

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