Representing you, hearing your voice: Tobacco-free campus committee members needed
Amy Brunvand wins American Library Association election, new role as sustainability librarian-in-residence
5 Utah Football game times, TV announced
4 student startups begin intense summer program at the U
6 Utes earn All-Pac-12 conference baseball honors
University Campus Bicycle Shop opens
Ute gymnast Maddy Stover to attend NCAA forum
Call for participation: U research data repository pilot project
Campus Recreation is hiring personal trainers
We want your input.
To ensure there is a well-rounded view, we are looking for members of the campus community who self identify as a current smoker, or have quit smoking and knows the difficulties that comes with that decision, to sit on the committee overseeing this initiative.
The committee will meet to discuss the policy and how to enact change in our campus community in the most positive way possible. It will hold listening sessions as well as discuss and make changes to the policy when and where required.
This position is voluntary and would require attendance at monthly meetings for a full calendar year.
To volunteer, please submit the following:
- Faculty, staff or student
- Identify yourself as a current or former smoker
- What could you contribute to the committee?
Send submissions to Margaret Clayton.
SustainRT is part of the American Library Association, which is the largest national professional society for librarians. SustainRT formed in 2013 as a venue in which members exchange ideas and opportunities regarding sustainability in order to move toward a more equitable, healthy and economically viable society.
At the Sustainability Office, Brunvand has assisted with data collection and assessment in a temporary one-year working sabbatical from the Marriott Library. Brunvand’s expertise in government information, what librarians call ‘grey literature’ – the documents produced on all levels of government, academic, and industry in print and electronic formats, has been a critical to the Sustainability Office’s efforts to integrate sustainability as a core principle throughout the University. She will continue to put her expertise to work for the Sustainability Office in her new role.
Utah also learned the time and TV for road games at BYU on Saturday, Sept. 9 on 8:15 p.m. MT on ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU and Arizona on Friday, Sept. 22 at 7:30 p.m. MST (PT)/8:30 p.m. MDT on FS1.
The remainder of Utah’s game times and TV will be announced six to 12 days in advance. Which ESPN network will broadcast the Utah-BYU game in Provo will be announced after the games on Sept. 2. All of Utah’s games will be televised nationally.
The Pac-12 Football Championship game will be played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Fri., Dec. 1 and televised on ESPN or ABC.
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The startups are: Coffee Pops, a gourmet line of coffee popsicles; Blerp, a platform for sharing soundbites; Clovitek, a WiFi transmitter for streaming audio to personal devices; and The Society, a discount membership card for nightlife in Salt Lake City.
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It is the second-straight season that Carroll, Keirsey and Rose have been selected to the All-Pac-12 team.
Carroll was one of the best hitters in the Pac-12 this season, and through the regular season ranked fourth in the league in batting average (.369) and RBI (52) while ranking second in slugging percentage (.591) and on-base percentage (.465).
Keirsey finished tied for third in the conference in triples (five) and ranked 11th in the league in hits (71). He hit .327 on the year and ranked second on the team in runs scored (39) and stolen bases (nine).
Rose finished tied for fourth in the Pac-12 with eight wins. His 82 strikeouts ranked seventh in the league and he was 11th with a 3.35 earned run average. Rose held opponents to a .241 batting average, which ranked ninth in the Pac-12.
Carroll and Keirsey were both named to the All-Defensive Team. Keirsey was also named to the team last season.
Earning honorable mention honors was senior pitcher Dylan Drachler, senior shortstop Ellis Kelly and senior first baseman Hunter Simmons. It is the second-straight season that Drachler has earned honorable mention honors. He was tied for sixth in the Pac-12 with five saves. Kelly made just two errors all season at the shortstop position, hitting .294. Simmons hit .307 with a .387 on-base percentage and was second on the team with 32 RBI.
The University of Utah Commuter Services Department is proud to announce the opening of the University Campus Bicycle Shop. The Campus Bicycle Shop is located next to our main offices in the Annex at 1901 E. South Campus Drive, our primary hub of operations.
This year, May, is designated as Bike Month, the official month for celebrating bicycling and promoting active transportation. Cycling is convenient, healthy and a sustainable alternative to driving to campus. It’s virtually cost-free and allows much closer access to your destination than vehicle parking lots. Cycling to the U can be a fun, practical, and productive way of making exercise a regular part of your life.
Commuter Services is kicking off its new Campus Bicycle Shop to support all cyclists throughout the year. The Campus Bicycle Shop will provide the campus community a central location for any repair needed to commute to and from the U. Located near both the South Campus TRAX station and the Fort Douglas TRAX station, getting your bike to the shop should be easy. Services will be available from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Monday through Friday, with special requests available.
The shop will be able to offer you most of the services you can expect at other locations throughout the city, but at a convenient location should you need a repair during you time in class or at work. Stop by our main office or give us a call to schedule some TLC for your bicycle.
The University Campus Bicycle Shop will be offering the following services starting June 1 throughout the summer:
- Flat repair
- Cable service
- Tune up
- Bike assembly
- Maintenance instruction
We will consider any custom request, which may require additional time to order parts.
For other bike, related questions please check out our website here.
A junior co-captain for Utah’s 2017 Pac-12 Championship team, Stover is the president of Utah’s Crimson Council—a student-athlete advisory committee. The Fullerton, Calif., native and two-time Pac-12 All-Academic selection helped Utah place fifth at the 2017 NCAA Championships. She is majoring in communication.
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Datasets ingested into The Hive as part of this pilot project must be authored by a member of the University of Utah research community and must be complete, digital, less than 500 GB, and publicly available by August 2017. We are not accepting confidential or sensitive data into The Hive at this time. Please feel free to contact Rebekah Cummings at Rebekah.firstname.lastname@example.org or Daureen Nesdill email@example.com if you have any additional questions.
To apply, contact Cairistiona Flatley, firstname.lastname@example.org.