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Associate professor to screen film in England

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Holly Hey of the UT Theatre and Film Department will travel to York, England, to screen her film titled “the dum dum capitol of the world” at Future Now: The Aesthetica Art Prize Symposium.

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Athletics

Glass Bowl’s new FieldTurf surface project complete and ready for action

The new FieldTurf playing surface was completed last week.

The University of Toledo football team will be playing on a brand-new field when the Rockets run onto the gridiron in the home opener vs. Maine in the Glass Bowl Saturday, Sept. 10. Installation of the new FieldTurf playing surface was completed last week. Some UT’s players got a chance to test out the new […]

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Law

Outstanding staff members celebrated

Brittain

See who took home the University’s 2016 Outstanding Staff Awards.

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News

Assistant to chair receives Hymore Award

Lisa Akeman received the Diane Hymore Exemplar of Excellence Award from President Sharon L. Gaber, left, and Jovita Thomas-Williams, vice president and chief HR officer for human resources and talent development.

This year’s winner of the Diane Hymore Exemplar of Excellence Award is Lisa Akeman, assistant to the chair of the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology.

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Alumni

UT grad student travels to Guatemala for vaccination research before graduation [video]

Jessica Schulte held a child she met during a weeklong trip to conduct research at an OB/GYN clinic in Petén, Guatemala.

Jessica Schulte, a master of public health student, journeyed 3,000 miles to conduct work at an OB/GYN clinic in Petén, Guatemala, to earn her global health certificate.

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Events

UT College of Medicine to host commencement May 27

Desjardins

Retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Susan Desjardins will speak at the UT College of Medicine and Life Sciences graduation ceremony Friday, May 27.

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Athletics

Rockets hire women’s swimming coach

Persson

Meet Jonas Persson, former University of Utah coach, who is the new UT head women’s swimming and diving coach.

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Athletics

Rockets earn 3.249 grade point average, third-highest semester GPA in school history

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UT student-athletes posted a combined grade point average of 3.249 in the 2016 spring semester.

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Athletics

Five student-athletes qualify for NCAA East Primary Championships

NCAA outdoor track and field qualifiers

Five UT student-athletes will compete at the NCAA East Regional Preliminary Meet in Jacksonville, Fla., beginning Thursday, May 26.

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Engineering

UT engineer’s catalysis research published in Science

A sample of a core-shell nanoparticle made by the researchers is shown in images made using scanning tunneling electron microscope and energy-dispersive x-ray spectroscopy. Color images show where the different elements are located in the particle, with the precious metals platinum and ruthenium concentrated in the shell, and the other constituents, tungsten, and titanium, concentrated in the core.

Dr. Ana Alba-Rubio was part of a research team that discovered an economic solution to technologies that require scarce and expensive precious metals.

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