U gymnastics co-head coach Greg Marsden retires after 40 seasons of unprecedented national success, and more campus news
The 183,000-square-foot Eccles Student Life Center is now the campus hub for fitness training, intramural sports, and outdoor recreation; and more news from around the U
The University and the Ute Tribe have begun a “Ute Proud” campaign to raise awareness among fans, and more news from around the U
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts is celebrating 100 years of art collection at the University of Utah.
A think tank and residence hall for student inventors is taking shape on the University of Utah campus.
Two Utah dance companies celebrating 50th anniversaries in 2013-14, Ballet West and Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, had their beginnings at the U.
A new University of Utah center in Montana’s Centennial Valley will focus on courses in conservation and related interdisciplinary study.
The U strengthens oversight of athlete complaints, five new deans are appointed, construction begins on the U’s new law school, and more.
Dean Searches at the U Bring Opportunities The University of Utah is currently searching to fill eight dean positions, a little less than half the institution’s total number of 19 deans. Many of the departing deans have gone on to greater administrative responsibilities. Three searches—for the College of Education, the Graduate School, and the Marriott […]
Construction Update The University of Utah currently has 12 major construction projects under way. Web Exclusive Photo Gallery: [nggallery id=36] University Offers Deferred Enrollment Option The University of Utah has begun a new admissions policy that allows new freshmen and transfer students to defer enrollment for up to seven consecutive semesters. The […]
University of Utah Dedicates Honors Housing On September 21, the University of Utah dedicated the Donna Garff Marriott Honors Residential Scholars Community, the newest solution to the U’s growing need for on-campus housing. The dorm provides apartment-style living to 309 honors students in all years of the program. “These are not old-fashioned dorm rooms,” says […]
U’s Honors College Celebrates 50 Years of Excellence The Honors College hit an important milestone in 2012, celebrating 50 years of educating students. The Honors Program—a precursor to what would eventually become the Honors College—was created in 1962. Following a national trend at other universities, the Honors Program was established to provide an alternate way for students to satisfy their general education requirements in classes […]
Governor, Legislature Show Support for the U in 2012 Legislative session victories in 2012 include infrastructure funds and dental-school approval. Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert and the state Legislature demonstrated clear support for higher education and the University of Utah during the 2012 legislative session that ended March 8. Higher education received the first increase […]