Ivory Prize: Call for nominations
Public Service Professorship Award
Nominate an outstanding academic advisor
Book Arts Program 2017 classes and workshops
Sustainability Office’s NEW website
Red Butte Garden Poetry Month: Call for entries
Registration now open for intramural sports spring 2017
Join our team: Campus Recreation Services is hiring sports officials now
Nominations needed for the Distinguished Faculty Service Award
University College Advising changing its name to Academic Advising Center
Spring course materials, made to order
Help a student in need
Report suspected fraud or abuse
Those who have graduated from the U since 2011 (within the last five years), as well as those currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate degree programs, are eligible. Self-nominations are welcome.
Nominations are due Friday, Feb. 24.
Sponsored by the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Public Service Professorship award may enable you to carry out a proposed project, reimburse your department for release time, pay a research assistant, travel to conferences, purchase supplies or equipment.
For award criteria and application requirements, click here.
Application deadline is Jan. 23, 2017.
The deadline to nominate is Feb. 3, 2017.
Both awards recognize U advisors who have demonstrated qualities associated with outstanding academic advising:
- Approaches advising as teaching
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Available to advisees
- Reaches out and supports underserved populations
- Makes appropriate referrals
- Uses and disseminates appropriate information sources
- Caring, helpful attitude toward advisees, faculty and staff
- Works with students outside of office in formal university-related activities
- Monitors advisee progress toward academic and career goals
- Mastery of institutional regulations, policies and procedures
- Participates in and supports advisor development programs
- Proactive; builds relationships with advisees and follows up
- Practices developmental advising
It only takes a few moments to complete the nomination process.
Additional questions can be addressed to Shawn Adrian at email@example.com. Consider recognizing an outstanding advisor at the U by submitting a nomination today.
The Book Arts Program promotes involvement with the art of the book by facilitating:
- Academic designations of Minor and Certificate in Book Arts and MFA in Creative Writing & Book Arts which are supported by classes exploring letterpress printing, bookbinding, artists’ books, and typography
- Community Programming for adults and the K-12 community of learners and educators
- Exhibitions that celebrate and explore both the traditional and innovative arts of the book
- Studio access for those who have completed foundation courses
Learn more about sustainability at the U by exploring the new website.
Poems will be judged according to the following criteria:
- Quality of writing
- Inspired by nature
- Relevant to the spring season
- Pertinent to the Garden
- Twenty-four lines or shorter
- Appropriate for all ages
Winners will be invited to provide an audio recording of them performing a reading of their poem and participate in additional programming related to National Poetry Month. By submitting your poems, the author grants Red Butte Garden a license to publish and reproduce the poem online and in other media.
For more info and to submit your entry, please visit our website.
basketball, indoor soccer, volleyball, inner tube water polo, table tennis, and the FIFA 17 Tournament.
Depending on the activity, fees range from FREE to $10.
Campus Recreation Services is hiring officials for basketball, soccer, and volleyball.
If you are interested, contact Jake Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-585-8732.
For nomination instructions and selection criteria click here.
The winner will be notified by March 1, 2017.
- General advising (General Education, policies, resource referral etc.)
- Major exploration
- Preprofessional advising (premed, predental, prelaw, etc.)
- Transfer advising
- Advising for academic success
- Non-traditional student advising
Find out more here.
In partnership with the University Campus Store, Print & Mail Services offers a variety of course material options and services to help you customize your course instruction. This personalized service allows you to optimize your educational content while effectively managing costs.
Visit Print & Mail Services and click on Course Packets to find information on copyright clearance, royalty collection and accounting, distribution through the Campus Store and in-class sales. Order forms and printing and binding options are also available on the site, as are easy re-order options.
member, fire damage or need for temporary housing. To maximize resources, create a network and strengthen partnerships, these funds are a collaborative effort with various student services across campus. Pools of funding and resources will help students navigate long-term financial goals. Now you can be a part of the network. Your donation will get students back on their feet, so they can continue to pursue their college career.
To contribute, click here.
Hotline reports are regularly investigated, and often assist university leaders to halt improper behavior, address policy violations and resolve other problems. Past reports have been instrumental in correcting issues such as misuse of university resources and unauthorized hiring of relatives.
If you suspect or know of fraud or abuse, report it to management. If you feel unable to communicate your concerns directly to management or another appropriate university department, use the hotline. Provide details—names, dates, times, amounts, circumstances, witnesses, etc. You can even check back and respond to questions from the person investigating your report without divulging your identity.