The Advanced Weather Systems laboratory at Utah State University announced today that it has initiated work to build the first Sounding and Tracking Observatory for Regional Meteorology sensor for delivery to its commercial partner GeoMetWatch.
Utah Valley University has two teams of communication students competing in the Public Relations Student Society of America’s Bateman Case Study competition this year. Representing UVU, the students join 70 universities across the nation in a commitment to end bullying by encouraging children to report it.
Some students in the Alpine School District have taken recess break inside because repeated inversions have made Wasatch Front air quality unhealthful. Inversions can be especially hard on children and anyone with certain chronic health conditions.
Thinking of coming to the U? The Financial Aid and Scholarship Office has options specifically for you. Find scholarships and learn about eligibility requirements, deadlines and the application process.
Weber State University's Alan E. Hall Center for Sales Excellence is launching in 2013 and will advance and elevate sales techniques by redefining sales around the customer. The center sets itself apart from similar sales centers by: Being the first and only one of its kind among Utah's public universities
Utah State University has been awarded a research grant from the Division of Undergraduate Education at the National Science Foundation for a project aimed at improving retention of engineering undergraduate students within the critical first two years of study. The three-year grant begins in February 2013.
SLCC is a partner in the $20 million National Information, Security, and Geospatial Technology Consortium. Funded by a U.S. Department of Labor grant, this partnership will help the College train people for new and emerging jobs in geospatial technologies.
Former members of the House of Representatives Charles Djou, R-Hawaii, and Richard Stallings, D-Idaho, will encourage Weber State University students to get involved in the democratic process as part of the Congress to Campus program Feb. 4 and 5.
SUU was included among the top 100 schools in the world for its sustainability initiatives and environmental impact. SUU placed 96th in the 2012 survey of the 215 universities from 49 countries which were included in the survey, and in the 18th position among ranked U.S. schools.
‘Ride along’ on a kayaking adventure through Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula at Utah State University’s Science Unwrapped Friday, Feb. 1. Jeff Hazboun, USU physicist, extreme kayaker and wildlife conservationist, presents “Explore to Conserve: A Russian Adventure” at 7 p.m. in the Emert Auditorium (Room 130) of the Eccles Science Learning Center.
Weber School District uses many strategies to meet the needs of academically gifted students. In order to support some of these needs, Weber School District has a self-contained gifted program at the elementary school level for 5th and 6th grade students.
A strong committee of Utah FCCLA members formed the “Gift of Life” Family Traffic Safety Fair, informing our community that lives saved from obeying traffic safety is the “ultimate gift.”
At the Governor’s Energy Development Summit, Gov. Gary Herbert and Orrin Hatch awarded Utah State University’s Wireless Power Transfer team the Energy Technology Innovation of the Year award for its work on the Aggie Bus.
The University of Utah School of Dentistry, a public school, will welcome its first class of 20 students this fall. Construction is expected to begin soon on a new dental school building that will be named for a benefactor who donated $30 million for the program.
The website’s resultant design features crisp, colorful home page icons that quickly guide the user to helpful articles, lesson plans, funding opportunities and Web links.
Office of Health Disparities interns will comprise the Outreach Team responsible for conducting the “Bridging Communities & Clinics” program, which provides free health screenings, clinic referrals, and promotes access to primary care services to underserved communities.
This contest is an opportunity for Utah’s seventh through twelfth graders to continue to find new meaning and applications for the legacy Dr. King left to the world in the area of human and civil rights.
Centennial Middle School was built in 1996, the year Utah celebrated its 100th birthday. Approximately 1,000 students fill up Centennial each school day, with students from Canyon Crest, Edgemont, Provost, Rock Canyon, Wasatch, Provo Peaks, and Spring Creek Elementary Schools.
With an eye toward building a globally recognized supply chain management program, Weber State University named Stanley Fawcett to the John B. Goddard Endowed Chair in Global Supply Chain Management. He is the first professor at WSU to hold the title of endowed chair.
Completion is set for Fall, 2014.
A 2012 study conducted at Utah Valley University found a connection between Facebook users and their attitudes toward their coworkers and job experiences — the more people use Facebook, the less likely they are to have strong relationships with coworkers and feel satisfied with their work.
The principals of Spanish Fork High School and Union Middle School, along with the assistant principal of Enterprise High School were named 2012-13 Utah Secondary Principals of the Year by the Utah Association of Secondary School Principals in a ceremony in Salt Lake City.
USU Eastern Blanding Campus’s commitment to helping low-income and under-represented students to prepare and successfully enter postsecondary education played heavily into a $74,000 startup grant recently awarded to the campus.
“We wanted to find out if cyberstalking is a unique crime or a variation of traditional stalking,” said Brad Reyns, criminal justice assistant professor. “Similarities in the study showed both groups experienced fear, acknowledged they were victims and had out-of-pocket costs. The difference was in the level of fear and money spent to protect themselves.”
Through the university’s Center for Alzheimer’s Care, Imaging and Research (CACIR) and a related startup company called Proactive Memory Services, the team is developing a tablet computer and smartphone application that will help Alzheimer’s patients and their families manage the disease.
2013 courses range from beginning to advanced.
Frigid weather is creating some challenges with District buses. Each day we are experiencing new trials as the cold weather takes its toll on the Bus fleet. Even though all buses are equipped with engine block heaters, in extreme conditions, sometimes even this is not enough as the fuel is turning to a gel.
The Office for Equity and Diversity at the University of Utah presents the 29th annual celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Weber School District was presented with the "Energy Lighthouse Award" from Cenergistic, formerly Energy Education, for the district's continued excellence in environmental and financial resource stewardship.
For what has become a legacy of service, learning and community partnership, Southern Utah University’s Community Engagement Center (CEC) has received an award of appreciation from the Cedar Band of Paiutes for its many efforts in serving the community’s youth.
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Utah State University football continues to be recognized nationally following its most successful season in school history, but its most recent recognition is in the classroom. In a recent announcement, USU is ranked ninth in the nation for academic performance, according to the Academic Bowl Championship Series (BCS) Poll.
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The hard work and dedication of students in JoAnne Brown’s science class at Olympus Jr. High has not only helped to preserve and brighten their own community, it has brought them support for their future endeavors.
The Utah History Fair encourages participating students to explore an area of history that reflects their curiosity, locality, and/or heritage; students often research and present topics that reflect their personality. Registration closes Feb. 1, 2013.
USU student, Kim Harris will be researching what services are available within each town along the byway by visiting and speaking with residents to determine the current state of affairs.
Utah State University's Jon M. Huntsman School of Business will next month launch a new online Master of Science in Human Resources (MSHR) degree program. The program, which will offer 12, seven-week courses, is designed to help students living in rural areas further their careers in human resources.
Hunter Jr. High students used the spirit of giving to deck their own halls. Class competitions were held to see which class could purchase the most links for 10 cents apiece. They used the links to decorate for their holiday assembly and dance. The proceeds were given to KSL’s Quarters for Christmas.
The New Century scholarship encourages students to accelerate their education by earning an Associate’s degree in high school from an institution within the Utah System of Higher Education. The scholarship may be used at a 4-year public college or university within the Utah System of Higher Education, as well as at Brigham Young University and Westminster College.
As 2012 comes to a close, we revisit some of the people and developments that made news at Weber State University this year.