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More than 300 U students to present at the annual Undergraduate Research Symposium

March 25, 2015 – More than 300 University of Utah undergraduates will present their research and creative projects at the 12th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on Tuesday, March 31 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in U’s Olpin Union Building. The Undergraduate Research Symposium is opportunity for undergraduates of all disciplines across the university to Read More

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Entertainment Arts and Engineering receives top ranking

March 24, 2015 – Entertainment Arts & Engineering (EAE) at the University of Utah earns the title of the top video game school in the nation with the number one ranking for its graduate program and number two for its undergraduate program by The Princeton Review, which released the rankings today. “This is a proud Read More

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U hosts annual ‘Latinos in Action’ conference

The University of Utah is hosting nearly 2,000 Latino youth Friday, March 27, for the annual Latinos in Action conference, where they will participate in cultural dances and performances, attend workshops ranging from how to professionally interview to learning about the video gaming industry, receive thousands of dollars worth of scholarships and hear from the marketing and sales executive for PepsiCo Inc. North America. Read More

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Student driven solar project to be launched at U library

March 20, 2015 – It all started with an idea sprouted by a University of Utah student – creating awareness of campus solar energy projects with an electronic dashboard that details energy savings in real time, using examples of everyday use. Designed by sPower, the dashboard used in the U’s J. Willard Marriott Library’s solar Read More

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The Salt Lake Valley Science & Engineering Fair runs March 25-27 at the U

Salt Lake’s premier science fair takes place March 25-27 at the Rice-Eccles Stadium at the University of Utah. A total of 698 young scientists are set to compete, and those in the high school division are vying to advance to the international stage. Read More