The program will offer instruction for professional pilot licensure on rotor-wing and fixed-wing aircraft
Playing at the Natural History Museum of Utah, beginning on May 25, 2013.
The Juilliard Dance Workshop at Snow College is an opportunity for 16-21 year-old students interested in exploring movement.
WSU physics professor Adam Johnston, who envisioned and developed Science in the Parks, said the idea of mixing play and science is getting increased attention.
BLM-Utah also provides opportunities to reconnect youth, families and classrooms to Utah's great outdoors. The agency supports a wide range of projects and programs that engage and educate young people from all walks of life.
Weber State University’s Dee Events Center has earned a top honor for improving energy efficiency in an Environmental Protection Agency energy-reduction competition.
This year’s hands-on contest consisted of 10 identical new Ford Focus vehicles with identical problems intentionally placed in each car.
The donation will help create a premier facility that promotes environmentally responsible construction.
Catch Up with the latest features and happenings from Southern Utah University with the new online version of the university's In View magazine.
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center's Innovative Partnerships Office in Greenbelt, Md., has entered into a Space Act Agreement with Utah State University's Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL), North Logan, Utah, to develop a high-resolution optical encoder.
The Horne School of Music is proud to offer the first 4-year degree in the history of Snow College: a Bachelor of Music degree in Commercial Music. This new degree is unique in the State of Utah because of its emphasis on music industry and entrepreneurship.
The Bureau of Economic and Business Research at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business is readying the launch of the Utah Community Data Project, an online system of community-level demographic, housing and socioeconomic data unprecedented in Utah for its breadth and for the access it will allow all Utahns.
The Ogden-Weber Tech College provides training for all of these occupations with the exception of truck drivers which is offered at other UCAT college’s in the state.
Are you a parent wondering what the new Utah Core Standards will mean for you? Here is some information you should know.
Those receiving honorary degrees are Samuel Alba, retired United States Magistrate Judge for the District of Utah; Charlie Denson, president of Nike Brand; Orrin Hatch, Utah senator and the most senior Republican in the United States Senate; and Mathana Santiwat, president of Bangkok University in Thailand.
In Utah, computer system analysts, database administrators, and computer scientists are projected to be among the fastest growing occupations through the year 2020
The University of Utah announced that after 10 years of planning and fundraising efforts, the University has broken ground on a new $50.4 million student life and recreation facility named the George S. Eccles Student Life Center.
Presenations from the 2013 Signficant Cognitive Disabilities Conference held on April 19th in Provo.
Congratulations to the members of the Lone Peak Orchestra who traveled to Washington, D.C. to compete in the World Strides Heritage Music Festival. Choirs, Bands, Jazz Bands and Orchestras from all over the Country came to participate in this Festival.
Christensen has been asked, and accepted, membership on the advisory board for the newly established Institute for Health Care Transformation. While not a professional in the health care field per se, Christensen is known for his theory on disruptive innovation in business and wrote a thoughtful analysis of the health care system in his 2009 The Innovator’s Prescription, A Disruptive Solution for Health Care.
The idea began when USU student Ethan DeVilbiss, also an Edith Bowen graduate, applied for a Blue Goes Green grant to build a raised bed garden and hoop-house.
Digital Learning Now’s second annual report card measures state policies on digital learning based on alignment to the 10 Elements of High-Quality Digital Learning. Utah was the only state to receive an "A" level grade.
The Utah State Board of Education voted to send proposed handwriting standards out for public comment before possibly adding them to Utah’s K-5 core standards.
On May 1st and 2nd, 3,500 students (7th through 9th grade), teachers, school administrators, CTE directors, parents, industry leaders and volunteers will converge on the campus of Bridgerland Applied Technology College (BATC) for the 5th annual Career Days.
More than 900 local junior high and high school students will compete in a battle of the brains Saturday, April 13 at the University of Utah as part of the Utah Science Olympiad, a state science education competition.
Weber State University anthropology professor Brooke Arkush is the director of WSU’s archaeology program and will speak on the “Promontory Tradition of Northern Utah and Southern Idaho,” April 15 at 7 p.m. in the Lindquist Alumni Center.
The objective was clear: prevent a few eggs from cracking after being dropped off a second floor balcony. The hard part was figuring out how to accomplish the task...
Panel discussion, and student research presentation on the current status of education in Utah featuring former Governor Olene S. Walker, Nolan Karras (Education First), Mark Bouchard (Prosperity 2020), Senator Jerry Stevenson, Senator Aaron Osmond, Larry K. Shumway Ed.D (former State Superintendent of Public Instruction), and Nicole Tripp (Weber State Student).
The Utah Women in Higher Education Network or UWHEN will host its second annual state-wide spring conference, “Be a Woman of Influence,” at Weber State University on April 5, at 8:30 a.m. in the Shepherd Union.
Over the past several years the junior highs in Alpine District have made significant progress in helping students reach proficiency in testing. Less known is how much the junior highs have cut the failure rate on report cards.
Utah Valley University officials today released details regarding the $54 million Utah State Legislature-approved classroom building that will give students on the institution’s space-strapped campus some much-needed breathing room. The classroom building was approved by the House and Senate last week at the close of the Legislature’s 2013 session and awaits the signature of Gov. Gary Herbert.
SUU’s honor students are searching for dynamic presenters with extraordinary ideas among the University’s faculty, students, staff and alumni for the TEDxSUU event they will host on campus, slated for March 27. A local, independent event based on and licensed by TED (technology, entertainment and design), TEDx events provide a platform for anybody to share their ideas and expertise with the community and the world.
Utah’s new Higher Education Tuition Waiver law, adopted last week, is designed to help keep Utah college enrollment numbers up, countering the recent policy change by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which lowered the minimum missionary age and drew students away from Utah colleges and universities.
For more than a month they have been learning how to propose, argue and pass a bill in their own little legislature in Mrs. McKnight’s fourth-grade classroom at Hayden Peak Elementary.
The results are in. Afras Sial, a student at Skyline High School is the Utah first place winner and national seventh place winner of the SIFMA Foundation’s InvestWrite® student essay competition. Sial is a student in the Financial Literacy course taught by Syd Lott.
The David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah made the biggest jump among the university’s graduate programs in this year’s edition of “America’s Best Grad Schools 2014,” published by U.S. News & World Report, moving up an impressive 23 spots from the year before.
Items on the agenda include: Amendment requests from Itineris Early College High school and Quail Run Primary School; Turnover and retention rate reports; and “The Competitive Effects of Charter Schools in Utah” presentation
The annual UCET conference will be held on March 8 and 9.
The Snow College Allied Health department offers courses of study in the following entry-level health-related occupations: Nursing Assistant, Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse, Pharmacy Technician
Students, faculty, staff and community will be treated to an evening of excellence from the Utah Valley University Department of Dance with the performance of "Rendezvous," Feb. 28, and March 1-2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Sorensen Student Center's Ragan Theater.