A U professor travels the world to document birds’ crucial role and conserve their dwindling numbers.
A new plan aims to increase the academic quality and success of the University’s student body.
Anthropologist Alan Rogers’ book aims to convince skeptics that Darwin was right.
U alum John Bennion’s Bryant Scholarship Project nurtures refugee students’ dreams and hopes.
David W. Pershing Named President of the University On January 20, the State Board of Regents announced that David W. Pershing had been selected as the 15th president of the University of Utah, capping a seven-month national search. Pershing, senior vice president of academic affairs at the U since 1998, joined the University as an […]
U Raises Record Amount In Annual Food Drive The final tally from the Utah vs. BYU food drive is in! A remarkable total of 616,398 pounds of food and $153,792 in cash donations were raised for the Utah Food Bank and the United Way Food Bank of Utah County. Of the combined total, University of […]
Former U.S. Ambassador John Price Recounts His Career In Memoir John Price BS’56, a successful Utah businessman and former international diplomat, has published the memoir When the White House Calls: From Immigrant Entrepreneur to U.S. Ambassador (University of Utah Press, June 2011). The memoir recounts his life story, beginning with his birth in Germany through […]
Arnie Ferrin’s son and grandson tell the unlikely tale of the 1944 championship team.