Constituent/Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software use survey
The right textbook for your course
Utah Football hosts faculty and staff appreciation game
S.J. Quinney College of Law launches new early admissions program
Customized promotional items from University Print & Mail
Homecoming royalty applications are open
Utah chemist named one of “Talented 12”
U contributions to computer graphics honored
Inclusive Access saves students 70-80 percent on textbooks
University posting policy reminder
Education at Work hiring students
University Teaching Committee 2018-19 call for nominations
Learn to swim at Crimson Lagoon
Intramural sports registration is now open
Join the Bennion Center for an Alternative Break
Utah Red Fridays
“Hooked on Books” donations needed
Buy a Mac or iPad Pro, UTech will supply the Beats
The site’s 2018-2019 Residency Navigator places Moran at No. 10 nationwide and No. 3 in the West. Doximity surveys physician opinions annually to determine its reputation-based rankings, used by medical school graduates evaluating high-quality training programs.
“I couldn’t be more pleased that my colleagues recognize the exceptional nature of our residency program,” said Moran’s Vice Chair of Education Jeff Pettey, MD. “Our philosophy is to provide time and resources for residents to pursue their individual professional development. Because we listen and provide support, our residents accomplish amazing things.”
Moran’s highly competitive program selects four residency applicants from a pool of more than 400 each year. While nationally ophthalmology residents must perform 86 cataract surgeries—the average is 140—Moran residents each perform nearly 300 cataract surgeries and a range of 300 subspecialty surgeries, all supervised by board-certified attending faculty.
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The Campus CRM Strategy Committee, a subcommittee convened by the U’s Strategic Information Technology Committee, is co-chaired by AVP for Enrollment Management Mary Parker and CIO Stephen Hess. Through this survey, the committee hopes to better understand use of CRM software at the U and improve CRM offerings and support for university organizations.
What are CRMs? CRMs are used to manage information about, and interactions with, current and potential constituents and customers. At the U, constituents may include current/prospective students, students’ families, donors, alums, guests/patrons, patients, faculty, staff, business partners, etc.
This survey has six questions and should take less than five minutes to complete. It will close on Friday, Aug, 31, 2018 at 5 p.m. Please coordinate with your organization to provide one survey response per ORG ID or organization, if possible.
Please forward this announcement or share the survey link with other University of Utah colleagues and organizations as soon as possible.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact email@example.com.
Let us know how you prefer to find the right textbook for your course and send feedback on ways the U Course Material Services Team can make the process easier.
Bleacher seats are available at 50 percent off for $20 while supplies last, with a limit of four per faculty or staff member. Standing room seats are also available for $10. To view this offer, click here.
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University Print & Mail is ready to help you design your department or organization’s customized promotional items, from office supplies to water bottles, totes and other fun giveaways. If you can think it, Print & Mail can create it.
In addition to standard promotional fare, specialized items such as umbrellas, blankets, hats, shirts and other apparel are also available.
Some items can take five or more weeks for production and delivery, so order now at printandmail.utah.edu to ensure your items arrive in time for Employee Appreciation Day, which takes place on Thursday, Sept. 27.
University Print & Mail is your ongoing resource for customized promotional items any time of year. Contact Print & Mail for a custom quote at 801-581-3947 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homecoming Royalty Applications are Open
Applications are due Monday, Sept. 10, 2018, by 5 p.m. by clicking here.
This longstanding tradition recognizes just a few of the many outstanding students at the U’s Homecoming celebration. The Homecoming Royalty Court’s five students will represent the university and student body at various events throughout Homecoming Week. Starting Monday, Oct. 15, 2018 and concluding Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018 at the football game. All applications or nominations will be reviewed by a selection committee composed of University Alumni, selected members of the Student Government Executive Branch, and U faculty/staff.
All further instructions can be found on the application.
NOTE: Those who have already earned a scholarship through the Alumni Association are not eligible to receive the scholarship.
Under the college’s newly established Early Decision Program (EDP), students can apply to attend law school for the fall of 2019 by Oct. 19 and be assured of decision on whether they will be admitted as an Early Decision Program student by early November.
Applying to the Early Decision Program is a binding applications process and students who apply to the S.J. Quinney College of Law are committed to attending the law school once accepted. Students should carefully consider all law school options before making the decision to apply through the Early Decision Program.
“This decision—establishing the S.J. Quinney College of Law as one’s first-choice law school—should be the result of fully researching law school options. If after investigating law schools and determining that S.J. Quinney College of Law is your first-choice law school, you may then wish to apply through the EDP,” said Reyes Aguilar, the law school’s associate dean for admission and financial aid.
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Whittaker-Brooks is honored for her work in developing new materials to store energy as a way to make energy production and storage more efficient and more sustainable. She draws inspiration from the hydroelectric dams in Panama, where she grew up, which are reliant on water sources that are susceptible to climate change impacts. “In Panama, basically our rivers are drying up,” she is quoted as saying. “And that made me think about how I can use other types of alternative energies.”
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U contributions to computer graphics honored
In that and other sessions of the 2018 conference of SIGGRAPH (the Special Interest Group on Computer GRAPHics and Interactive Techniques of the Association for Computing Machinery), Sutherland’s students and colleagues unfolded his impact on the students who came through the computer science department at the U during his tenure as a professor, from 1968 to 1974. Those students then passed those impacts on to the world as founders of companies including Pixar, Adobe and Netscape.
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Wolf passed away in January 2016 after having spent half his adult life in Japan. He was deeply committed to strengthening ties between the U.S. and Japan through his professional work and volunteerism. He was also passionate about educating young adults on all things Japanese. As a member of the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission, he helped award funds to many U.S.-Japan related educational organizations.
Having been accepted into the School of International Liberal Studies at Waseda University in Tokyo, Checketts will be using the scholarship to fund his year-long exchange to the university. The exchange will allow him to complete his degree in International Studies and lay the groundwork to finish his honors thesis (which he plans to do on comparative education between Japan and the United States).
In addition, Checketts hopes to become fluent in Japanese so he can fulfill his lifelong dream of speaking to his grandparents, whom he has never had more than a broken conversation with.
“Growing up, I have always been curious about the differences between Japan and the U.S. My mother, having been born and raised in Japan, would often comment about these differences (especially regarding the educational system) and leave my siblings and I wondering what kind of fascinating, unique place Japan must be. However, due to a variety of personal and family issues, we never got the opportunity to learn Japanese. Now that I am completing my degree in international studies at the University of Utah, I have begun to realize just how deeply being Japanese-American has changed the way I view the world. It has led me to subconsciously compare Japan and American society throughout my life and formed the basis of my curiosity for Japanese society and culture.”
Checketts will be leaving for Japan on Sept. 8, 2018 and will return Aug. 3, 2019.
- Many departments and building have different protocols for posting fliers around campus. Familiarize yourself with the norms in your area and the university’s official posting policy (V. Signs, Literature and Structures).
- All posters on campus are required to have a sponsoring group, company or host noted. All posters are also required to have a date. If you see something that is posted without permission, please remove it.
- If you come across an item that is defaced, note the location and notify a campus official.
Inclusive Access Saves Students 70-80 PERCENT on Textbooks, First-Day Access
Inclusive Access puts your textbooks online for ease of access, making them available anytime, anywhere and most importantly, on the first day of class. No more out-of-stock textbooks or waiting for books to arrive. Any course is eligible for Inclusive Access and the fee is paid by the student along with class registration, eliminating the need to search for and purchase textbooks independently.
Last year, 7,500 students utilized Inclusive Access and each saved an average of 60 percent on their course materials. Students can conveniently view their textbooks online, track their progress from assignment to assignment and communicate with other students in their class. Professors can also communicate with students, as well as provide updates and announcements online.
Join the 33 courses already using Inclusive Access by contacting Shane Girton, senior associate director of the Campus Store, at email@example.com or 801-581-8296. Girton will be happy to work with you on developing a cost-saving textbook program for your courses.
Hit the ground running on the first day of next semester while helping your students save money through Inclusive Access.
Through a partnership with the University of Utah, Education at Work (EAW) offers U students the opportunity to earn up to $5,250 per year in tax-free tuition assistance plus $9.50 an hour working for Discover Financial Services and Microsoft in part-time customer service positions.
EAW is a nonprofit organization committed to helping college students reduce student loan debt while developing career-readiness skills. On average, EAW students graduate with 50 percent less student debt than their college peers.
EAW offers part-time schedules so students can accommodate their classes. The resume-worthy jobs are conveniently located a short distance from campus in a fun, energetic, student-center environment.
Students also can apply directly by texting “EAWJobs” to 77948.
The Student Life Center has a variety of swim lessons and classes for beginners to advanced swimmers. Check out the full schedule at campusrec.utah.edu and register today.
Sign up a full team or jump in as an individual and we’ll help you get on a team. It’s a great way to relax, make new friends and stay active. Check out the full list of sports at imleagues.com/utah.
Faculty/staff travel at no cost and time away from the office does not count against vacation days. You’ll work with a student site leader as a trip co-planner and have the opportunity to learn and serve in areas such as animal advocacy and rehabilitation, community health, hunger and food justice, empowering at-risk youth, LGBTQIA and human rights, immigration, women and poverty, marine conservation, homelessness and urban environmentalism.
For more information or to apply, go here.
We are soliciting donations of books, DVDs, CDs, Blu-ray, video games, board games or any other type of physical media. Please use this as an opportunity to declutter your collections, and pass these items on to other staff members who will enjoy them. Donation bins are located in seven places across campus and downtown. The last collection date will be Sept. 21. Please consider donating; it’s an excellent way to de-clutter your home and office.
- Marriott Library West Entrance
- Eccles Health Science Library
- S.J. Quinney Law Library
- Physics Building
- Human Resources Downtown Office
- Human Resources Annex Office
- Health Sciences
This is an amazing offer, perfect for students gearing up for the busy fall season. Whether you are an incoming student buying a computer for classes or a faculty or staff member needing a tech update, this is a deal not to be missed.
All products are available at UTech in the main Campus Store, as well as the Campus Store Health. Be sure to stop by and grab the products you need to jumpstart your fall semester.
This offer ends Sept. 25, 2018.