State Economy a Winner from University of Utah’s PAC-12 Move

A new economic report shows that the move to the Pac-12 conference increased the economic impact of University of Utah football games by 60 percent in the inaugural 2011-2012 season. The overall economic impact from football games includes 210 jobs and $500,000 in state tax revenues. Read More

February, 2012 from the U

Math Can Save Tylenol Overdose Patients

University of Utah mathematicians developed a set of calculus equations to make it easier for doctors to save Tylenol overdose patients by quickly estimating how much painkiller they took, when they consumed it and whether they will require a liver transplant to survive. Read More

Science Students

Building Future Scientists: Partnerships, Planets and Parties!

What: Community Kick-off and Star Party Where: Salt Lake Center for Science Education 1400 W. Goodwin Ave. When: Tuesday, February 28, 2012   February 23, 2012—How do we build the next generation of scientists? That’s a question the Honors College at the University of Utah hopes to answer as it launches an innovative program with Read More

Abbey Poster

Friends of the Marriott Library Present Lecture and Exhibition on Edward Abbey

A public lecture and reception to mark the opening of the rare book exhibition: Brave Cowboy: An Edward Abbey Retrospective. Read More


Architect and Planner Brenda Scheer Elected Fellow of AICP

The American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) announced today that Brenda Case Scheer, dean of the College of Architecture + Planning at the University of Utah, has been elected to the College of Fellows of AICP. The designation becomes official during the 2012 Induction Ceremony in Los Angeles on April 12. Read More