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Archive Highlighting Noted 20th Century Women Launched

Visionary, high-spirited leaders aren’t easily found these days. Most fortunately, a number of women fitting this description have landed on the doorstep of the J. Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah, bringing with them the Clyde 20th Century Women’s Legacy Archive. Read More

February, 2014 from the U
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The University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business Launches New Executive MBA Format

The University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business announced a major change in their top-ranked Executive MBA program. A new format change to the program, ranked #26 in the nation, will now give organizational leaders and senior managers the opportunity to earn an Executive MBA from the prestigious University more conveniently. Read More

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Korean Ministry of Education Approves University of Utah Asia Campus

The Korean Minister of Education today announced approval for the University of Utah Asia Campus to be located within the Incheon area, part of one of Asia’s largest free economic zones. The university will begin classes in September, and students enrolling can choose from three undergraduate degrees: social work, communication and psychology. The university will also offer one graduate degree in public health. Additional degree programs will be added to the Asia Campus offerings beginning in the fall of 2015 with the goal of 2,000 U students enrolled at the campus within six years. Read More

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U Study Examines Links among Economic Development, Carbon Emissions and Human Health

A University of Utah environmental sociologist has helped to establish a new and more integrated approach to sustainability research by highlighting the important connections among health, economic development and climate change. Read More

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Much Ado About Nothing

Pioneer Theatre Company, Salt Lake City’s professional theater located at the University of Utah, presents the charming Shakespearean comedy Much Ado About Nothing, opening on Friday, Feb. 21 and running through March 8, 2014. Read More