Amy Wildermuth

Congratulations to Amy Wildermuth, New AVP for Faculty

Law Professor AMY WILDERMUTH has been named the new Associate Vice President (AVP) for faculty at the University of Utah. Wildermuth has degrees in engineering, law and the humanities along with experience both as a law professor and practicing lawyer. She currently teaches and writes on administrative law, civil procedure, environmental law and property law. Read More

April, 2011 from the U
Logan Taylor

Robots, and Rockets, and Racecars! Oh, My!

A buoy to harvest energy from ocean waves, a device to help restore hand function in patients with deteriorated muscles, racing vehicles and a rocket that one day may be launched into space are among senior design projects that will be showcased Tuesday, April 19, during the University of Utah’s 14th annual Mechanical Engineering Design Day. Read More

University Earth Day Activities Too Numerous for Just One Day

Earth Day activities at the University of Utah are an important part of the campus each year and too numerous to fit into the nationally designated day of April 22. As a result, people are being encouraged to get involved in many different ways to preserve the environment over a two-week period. Read More

Courtesy of Bennion Center web site

Bennion Center’s Bend-in-the-River Annual Earth Day Event Larger than Ever

The Lowell Bennion Community Service Center’s 10th annual community service event in honor of Earth Day will be larger than ever – boasting not one, but four different service projects around Salt Lake Valley. Read More

The University of Utah

Electric Yellowstone

University of Utah geophysicists made the first large-scale picture of the electrical conductivity of the gigantic underground plume of hot and partly molten rock that feeds the Yellowstone supervolcano. The image suggests the plume is even bigger than it appears in earlier images made with earthquake waves. Read More