New Graduate Degree at the U

The Utah Board of Regents today approved a master’s degree in Entertainment Arts and Engineering (EAE) at the University of Utah. EAE is an interdisciplinary program between the U’s Colleges of Fine Arts and Engineering, and will provide the first advanced degree for the discipline in the state. Utah’s first master’s degree in videogames coincides with the EAE program being ranked the number one undergraduate and number two graduate game degrees in the nation Read More

March, 2013 from the U

Review of U Swim Program Underway

President David Pershing announced today that the independent review examining allegations made against the U’s swim program has commenced. The members of the review team will report their findings directly to a subcommittee of the University’s Board of Trustees headed by Vice Chair Michele Mattsson. Read More


Census Analysis by University of Utah Researchers Helps Salt Lake City Plan for the Future, and Make Decisions Now

The national census undertaken every 10 years by the federal government is fine for compiling raw data about the numbers of people living in the United States at a given time. But when government entities want to dig deeper into the numbers, they turn to experts capable of breaking down the data into incredible detail. Read More


Keck Grant for Utah Nanofab

The University of Utah’s nanofabrication facility received $200,000 from the W.M. Keck Foundation to provide engineering education materials about length scales to students at the University of Utah, community colleges and four-year colleges nationwide. Read More


Paul Gore Named American Council on Education Fellow

The American Council on Education (ACE) announced that Paul Gore, director of institutional analysis and associate professor of educational psychology at the University of Utah has been named an ACE Fellow for academic year 2013-14. Read More