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News Clips | March 27-April 5, 2024

Top female scientist in the U.S. recognized for the second year in a row

The list of U.S. Top Female Scientists from is based on the number of peer-reviewed publications and citations throughout the scientist’s career.

Can Reed Hastings Disrupt Skiing?

The Netflix co-founder bought Powder Mountain, in Utah, and is turning half of it into a private club for wealthy homeowners who pay a hefty annual fee. Will the public-private model fly?

Utah students could soon earn bachelor’s degrees in 3 years

A new degree program being developed across Utah System of Higher Education institutions would allow students to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in just three years.

Arthur Brooks wants to bring the magic of Utah to the world

Faith, family, friendship and work are areas Brooks said are important to look at to increase happiness.

Utah Prison Education Project launches U of U bachelor’s degree program

Female inmates at the Utah State Correctional Facility can now apply to a bachelor’s degree program at the University of Utah through the Prison Education Project. And leaders with the project also want to raise money for a computer lab so students can do research for class.

University of Utah Health CEO stepping down from administrative roles

University of Utah Health CEO and senior vice president of health sciences Dr. Michael Good this week announced that he will be transitioning from his administrative roles later this year following a national search for his successor.

Ramadan community event hosted by University of Utah for students away from home

Muslims around the world are celebrating the holy month of Ramadan, with a large part of the month is gathering to break fasts together.

After DEI bill, this is what Utah’s college presidents fear will be the next target of lawmakers

“There’s deep concern among academics,” said University of Utah President Taylor Randall.

The State That’s Trying to Rein in DEI Without Becoming Florida

How should public institutions in a diverse society treat identity?

University of Utah extends enrollment deposit deadline after national FAFSA complications

This year's rendition of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid has been different than previous years in numerous ways and the changes are causing complications for prospective students and schools alike.

Racial slur was used against University of Utah women's basketball team, Coeur d'Alene detectives say

Police said that based on video evidence, it appeared a racial slur was was used more than once.

University of Utah tops in games development education

The Division of Games’ undergraduate programs ranks No. 1 among public universities and its graduate programs No. 2 in latest 2024 Princeton Review rankings.

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