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Utah Biologist Wins Turkey’s Top Science Prize

Aug. 27, 2014 – University of Utah biologist Çağan Şekercioğlu, who campaigns to save wetlands in his native Turkey, has won that nation’s highest science prize, which is similar to the U.S. National Medal of Science. Şekercioğlu is among five researchers picked for the top 2014 awards by TUBITAK, the Scientific and Technical Research Council of Read More

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Double Your Dollars at the U Farmers Market

A new program will be implemented at the University of Utah’s seventh annual farmers market that will make each dollar stretch a little further for students and customers using food stamps. The market begins Thursday, Aug. 28, and runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Tanner Plaza, between the Union and Student Services buildings. Read More

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U First in Utah to Join Green Sports Alliance

The University of Utah recently joined the Green Sports Alliance, making the U’s teams the first in the state, either collegiate or professional, to join the alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the environmental impact of athletic events. Read More

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University of Utah Alumni Association Welcomes New Board Officers and Members

The University of Utah Alumni Association is welcoming eight new members of its Board of Directors, as well as a new board president and vice president, and new presidents of four of its five affiliate boards. Read More

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Cloud Computing Nets $10M for the U

University of Utah computer scientists received a three-year, $10 million grant from the National Science Foundation to build and support a new facility for researchers studying cloud computing. Read More