June Round

Natural History Museum of Utah Presents Lecture Series on the Science of Being Human

What makes us human? Three well-respected scientists will provide their perspectives on that profound question as part of the Natural History Museum of Utah’s lecture series “Nature of Things 2013: The Science of Being Human.” The lectures, scheduled March through April, will reveal the latest scientific research on what is unique to humanity, how humans came to be and humanity’s commonalities with other animals. Read More

February, 2013 from the U
Randy Silverman

Preservation Award to U Librarian

Randy Silverman, Preservation Librarian at the University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT), is the recipient of the 2013 Paul Banks and Carolyn Harris Preservation Award, given annually by the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS) Preservation and Reformatting Section. Read More

Lloyd Francis Jr.

The Changing Role of Females in the Military

A documentary about women in the military will be featured, along with a panel discussion composed of female veterans, at the U’s Marriott Library on Thursday evening. Read More

University of Utah Health Care

For Some, Surgical Site Infections Are in the Genes

An estimated 300,000 U.S. patients get surgical site infections every year, and while the causes are varied, a new University of Utah study suggests that some who get an infection can blame it partly on their genes. Read More

University of Utah

Cynthia Berg Named Interim Dean for the U’s College of Social and Behavioral Science

Feb. 22, 2013 –The University of Utah has appointed Cynthia Berg, professor of psychology at the U, as interim dean for the College of Social and Behavioral Science, effective July 1, 2013, pending approval of the Board of Trustees. “Cynthia has a distinguished record as a leader at the university, and is widely respected by Read More