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Robotic Wonders

Mon, 23 Mar 2015

Utah State University Eastern Blanding Campus all-Native American student team, named ?Inspiration,? made it through the semi-finals in competition at the VEXU robotics event in LaPlata, Maryland

Dr. Richard L. Maughan, President of Bridgerland Applied Technology College (BATC) announced that his tenure at the helm of BATC will come to a close on June 30, 2015.

An inspirational tribute to the work of education in ASD, past and present. The Gala will be held in Orem, Utah.

Salt Lake Community College President Deneece G. Huftalin will be honored Saturday by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) with the Distinguished Woman Award.

We?re talking about the latest Lindsey Stirling music video that just made its debut. It was shot in the Herriman High auditorium with music students accompanying Stirling who is known internationally.

The annual competition, in which high school teams design and build robots that perform a specific task, will be held March 13-14 at the Maverick Center. The event is free and open to the public.

Leaders in the Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) are committed to ensuring students receive a high-quality education at Utah?s eight public colleges and universities.

Students at Utah Valley University will have an opportunity to become educated about disaster preparedness by taking part in Community Emergency Response Team training classes beginning in March.

More than 300 Utah students from sixth to 12th grades will flock to Weber State University for the SeaPerch Northern Utah Underwater Competition on March 10 from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Swenson Gym Pool.

One of the leaders of the ?green-campus college movement,? David Orr, will present the keynote address at the sixth annual Intermountain Sustainability Summit at Weber State University March 5-6

Undergraduate students across Utah, including 39 students from the University of Utah, will present at the Ninth Annual Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research (UCUR) on Friday, Feb. 27 at Dixie State University

The 2015 UCET Conference (#ucet15) will be held on April 2 & 3 at Herriman High School. Our theme this year is UCET: Tech Elevated. Keynote speakers will be Vicki Davis and Jay McFarland

Cheer on teams from UT, ID, MO, CO & CA. Emcee & Comedian Spence Roper will ease the competition tension. 11:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. at Weber State University.

Top executives from the automotive industry and engineering experts from Utah State University and around the world came together Feb. 8-10 in Park City, Utah, to discuss the future of electric vehicles.

These FAFSA completion events are for high school seniors, their parents, returning college students, and anyone else in the community who wants to complete a FAFSA.

The Science Department at Northwest Middle School has been selected as the Utah Science Teachers Association (USTA) Middle School Science Department of the Year.

He is the 9th ranked high school football kicker in the nation and was recently recruited to play for the University of Utah, but life for Chayden Johnston has not always been easy.

Governor Gary Herbert believes strongly in local control of education. Utah?not the federal government?should be in control of what is taught in our schools and how it is taught.

Airline dispatchers are industry professionals who are essential to the success of airline operations. They work behind the scenes to support flight operations by creating flight plans, monitoring weather, calculating aircraft weight

The "Science in Zion" program will feature three two-week field experience courses beginning in May, and a four-day field course in June.

DATC's president Micheal Bouwhuis said, "Like our composites program, this program expands to a niche in the industry that is emerging as a dynamic, high-growth segment."

These awards are for anyone. They?re for kids. They?re for teachers. They?re for counselors, principals and industry mentors who are passionate about making sure we prepare kids for tomorrow?s exciting careers.

Increasing the number of students who successfully complete college with a degree or certificate has been a top priority of the Board of Regents for nearly a decade

A grant to the Jordan School District from the STEM Action Center is giving students new opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. The money was distributed to three different schools in the Jordan School District

The Utah Educational Savings Plan (UESP), Utah?s official and only 529 college savings plan, announced program improvements that benefit Utahns whose New Year?s resolutions include investing more for college in 2015.

The state of Utah has lost one of its great leaders and public servants in the prime of her life. We, as a university, have lost one of our staunchest champions. I, like so many, have lost a dear friend.

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor will speak at the University of Utah Jan. 28 at noon in the Huntsman Center. Her appearance is sponsored by the University of Utah MUSE Project

Utah State University?s Science Unwrapped explores this enigmatic Utah gem in its new spring 2015 ?Great Salt Lake Today? series.

USU is Good for Tooele

Mon, 12 Jan 2015

Local Tooele people/leaders talking about the value of higher education and the benefits of having USU-Tooele in their local community.

The Dual Language Immersion Program offered in Provo School District is available in Mandarin Chinese, French, Portuguese and Spanish. Students begin in first grade;

Create a video promoting summer reading at the public library and interpreting the Collaborative Summer Library Program 2015 teen slogan ?UNMASK!? and you could win $150.

With campuses in Blanding and Price, USU Eastern continues a tradition of education excellence in eastern Utah. Learn more in the latest campus publication.

In response to the need for qualified specialists to provide critical care inter-facility transfers, Utah Valley University introduced a new program this fall?one of the most intense and comprehensive courses available in the area.

Watch the video to learn about Snow College's top notch industrial technology program.

Washington Monthly rates schools based on their contributions to the public good in three broad categories: social mobility (recruiting and graduating low-income students), research, and service.

Students learn culinary principles and techniques, and have an opportunity to work in a modern, well equipped production kitchen. The Culinary Arts program prepares students for numerous career opportunities.

A new Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) study shows as veterans in Utah attain a greater education, the more they will earn in wages.

Any individual interested in completing a permit for the 2015-16 school year may obtain a permit from the school they wish to attend and begin turning them in on Monday, Dec. 1, 2014, to the desired school.

An all-campus "town hall" meeting is planned for Dec. 4th in the HCC building.

?Winning $7,500 and second place at this national competition is unreal for these UVU students,? said Paige Gardiner, faculty member in the University?s Marketing Department.

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