Veterans Support Center

Veterans Support Center Opens Doors, Literally and Figuratively

This year, the University of Utah (the U.) established a Veterans Support Center to serve as a focal point for student veteran activities and to help them transition into the sometimes unnerving world of civilian life. Read More

July, 2011 from the U

Eccles Health Sciences Library Awarded $13.2 Million

The University of Utah Spencer S Eccles Health Sciences Library has received two contracts worth $13.2 million from the National Library of Medicine (NLM). The first $3.7 million contract will make the library home to the country’s only NLM Training Center for the next five years. The second award, worth $9.5 million, renews the library’s five-year contract with the NLM to serve as the country’s MidContinental Regional Medical Library (MCRML). Read More

Enrollment Expert Mary Parker to Head University of Utah’s New Enrollment Unit

Mary G. Parker, an accomplished leader in university student recruitment and retention, will join the University of Utah (the U) as associate vice president for enrollment management, effective September 12. Parker fills a senior administration role and will be responsible for designing and carrying out the U’s first integrated strategic enrollment plan. Read More

Utah Researcher Says Outbreak Management May be Key to Tackling Epidemics

In an age when the next pandemic could leap continents in the hours it takes for an international flight to take off and land, University of Utah Professor Paul Hu fears the death toll may depend on how fast and efficiently world health officials can respond to an outbreak. Read More

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Best Hospitals: Count University of Utah Health Care In for 18th Time

University of Utah Health Care is the No 1 health care system in the Salt Lake City metro area, according to US News & World Report’s 2011-2012 Best Hospitals rankings. The University’s services in gynecology and ear, nose, and throat (ENT) were also ranked 47th and 50th in the nation by the magazine. Read More