Courtesy of the U Alumni Association

U Celebrates Distinguished and Honorary Alumni at Founders Day Banquet

To commemorate the founding of the University of Utah on Feb. 28, 1850, the U Alumni Association will celebrate four outstanding alumni and two honorary alumni at the annual Founders Day banquet, Tuesday, Feb. 24, at the Little America Hotel, beginning with a reception at 6 p.m. and dinner at 7. Read More

February, 2015 from the U
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The Tower at Rice-Eccles Stadium named to the Foothill Cultural District

The Foothill Cultural District has elected to include The Tower at Rice-Eccles Stadium among its must-see destinations for visitors to the Salt Lake City east bench area. Read More

2015 Siciliano Forum

The future of U.S and Latin American relations at center of 2015 Rocco C. and Marion S. Siciliano Forum

(Feb. 17, 2015) —U.S. ties with Latin America have never been more critical. The U.S. now recognizes the region as one of its fastest-growing trade partners, a key ally in developing alternative fuels, as well as its largest source of immigrants—both documented and undocumented—and illegal drugs. Furthermore, as Latin America’s global impact steadily increases, the Read More

The Hinckley Institute of Politics will host a forum on Feb.19 on the subject of terrorism and today's media.

Hinckley Institute of Politics to host “Terrorism and Today’s Media”

(Feb. 17, 2015) —Stories involving ISIS, Charlie Hebdo, and other events related to terrorism appear in the media daily, many accompanied by graphic images of violence. What are the ethical complications of covering terrorism? And how is the role of the media changing? Amos Guiora, professor of law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney Read More

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Study Shows Therapy Reduces Suicide Risk Among Soldiers

Short-term cognitive behavioral therapy dramatically reduces suicide attempts among at-risk military personnel, according to findings from a research study that included University of Utah clinical psychologist Craig Bryan, who is also the executive director of the National Center for Veterans Studies. Read More