News Clips | June 16, 2021

Why Business Schools Need to Teach Experimentation

A combination of the availability of massive amounts of consumer data and improved computing power, plus the fact that it’s easier and cheaper to randomize participants than ever before, has created the perfect conditions for the rise of what’s being called the “experimental revolution” in business.

ARUP celebrates the opening of a new state-of-the-art laboratory

ARUP Laboratories, one of the nation’s largest reference laboratories, today held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open its new four-story, 220,000-square-foot laboratory facility in Salt Lake City. ARUP employees, executives, and board members were on hand for the celebration, along with University of Utah leaders and Utah public officials.

Best of Utah body and mind 2021

Readers choose their best health-care providers, medical institutions, fitness guides and more.

COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy highest in young adults

Although Utah’s COVID-19 vaccination rate — now at 78 percent — exceeds the national average, about 20 percent of the state’s population report that they are still hesitant to receive those immunizations.

Academic Minute: The Police Myth

Today on the Academic Minute: Shima Baughman, professor of law at the SJ Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, examines the "police myth."

University of Utah police chief raises whistleblower claim, says school 'scapegoated' him in wake of McCluskey case

The University of Utah police chief who took over the embattled department in the wake of Lauren McCluskey's murder says he faced reprisal from his employer for seeking to inform students and employees about missteps in the case.