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Notebook 2020

Notebook 2020


Donor Recognition

Thank you for your support of our vibrant community of scientists and mathematicians.

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Student Emergency Fund

Support students in need.

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Rapid Response Research

Behind-the-scenes story of an NSF Rapid Response Research grant.

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Dean’s Update

Updated: June 12, 2020.

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Dominique Pablito

Zuni, Navajo and Comanche, student majoring in chemistry and biology.

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2020 Convocation

College of Science 2020 Convocation videos and slideshow.

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2020 Churchill Scholar

Michael Xiao brings home the U's fifth straight Churchill Scholarship.

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2020 Research Scholar

Delaney Mosier receives top College of Science award.

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Goldwater Winner

Isaac Martin awarded prestigious Goldwater Scholarship.

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50th Anniversary

Science has been part of the University of Utah since the very beginning.

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Goldwater Winner

Lydia Fries awarded prestigious Goldwater Scholarship.

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Ana Rosas

Medicine is a family tradition for the Rosas.

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Alex Acuna

Bridging the knowledge gap with networks of people.

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Dalley Cutler

I want to see sensible climate policies and actions.

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OurDNA Spring ’20

Spring 2020


Karl Gordon Lark

Honoring Karl Gordon Lark, 1930-2020.

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Forest Futures

William Anderegg explains the risks of investing in forests.

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Courtship Condos

Why is Dean Castillo managing the sexual relations of fruit flies?

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Alex Acuna

Bridging the knowledge gap with networks of people.

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Ana Rosas

Medicine is a family tradition for the Rosas.

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OurDNA Fall 19′

Fall 2019


Ole Jensen, BS’72

Ole Jensen’s one claim to fame was that he was tapped to be a “calf sitter."

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Running with Scissors

In gene-targeting, CRISPR makes a really good pair of "scissors".

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Bridget Phillips

College of Science's Ambassador and sophomore biology student in the Shapiro Lab.

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Staff: Jose Rojas

Jose Rojas probably knows more about how labs operate than most principal investigators.

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Dalley Cutler

I want to see sensible climate policies and actions.

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Going with the Flow

John Sperry studies how plant hydraulics and xylem tissue influence regional weather.

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Discover 2019

Discover Magazine 2019


A.A.U. Membership

Utah joins the prestigious Association of American Universities.

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College Rankings

U.S. News & World Report University Rankings.

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McKay Hyde, BS’97

Equities Engineering for the New York office of Goldman Sachs.

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Explore the SRI

Deep dive into the new Science Research Initiative.

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Dean’s Message

Dear Alumni, Friends, & Colleagues.

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Running with Scissors

In gene-targeting, CRISPR makes a really good pair of "scissors".

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Electrochemistry

Henry S. White - A positive force in Electrochemistry.

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Commutative Algebra

Can commutative algebra help us solve real-world problems?

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Alumni Panel

Distinguished science alumni share their experiences.

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Crimson Legacy

Learn about planned giving opportunities.

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Engaging STEM Students

How can we make STEM education more inclusive and effective?

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Research Funding

Research funding passes $540 million for 2019.

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Winter 2019

Crimson Laureate Society updates from December 2019.

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Discover Magazine


Discover Magazine is the Research Report for the College of Science at the University of Utah.

This issue explores the Science Research Initiative, CRISPR gene editing, electrochemistry, commutative algebra, physics education research, the Association of American Universities, and the US News College Rankings.

If you would like to recieve a copy of Notebook or Discover Magazine please email office@science.utah.edu.

 

 

Notebook 2019

Notebook - 2019

Alumni Magazine for the College of Science

Notebook magazine presents the students, alumni, faculty and supporters who make up the College of Science.

  • Dean's Corner:
    Message from Dean Henry S. White.
  • Cameron Owen - Churchill Scholar:
    One of only 15 students nationally to receive the award and the fourth consecutive Churchill Scholar from the University of Utah.
  • Lynn Miller - Alumni Spotlight:
    College of Science Alumni Lynn C. Miller, BS, 1963 in Mathematics.
  • Homecoming 2019:
    Make your travel plans now for Homecoming 2019.
  • The New Face of Science:
    See the changes that define us.
  • Henry S. White:
    A recap of Henry's journey as Dean of the College of Science.
  • Joel Harris - Hunnicutt Endowment:
    Thank you to Michael and Sally Hunnicutt for establishing the Harris Endowed Graduate Scholarship in honor of Professor Joel Harris.
  • Mark Nielsen - Anatomy Fund:
    Biology alumni paying it forward.
  • Convocation 2019:
    We are proud to recognize our exceptional graduating class for 2019 and our convocation speakers Dr. Monica Gandhi BS’91 and Hollie Morales BS‘19.

 

Discover 2018

Research Report


Discover Magazine


2018 Research Report for the College of Science

 

This issue of Discover presents the stories and experiences of people who make the College of Science extraordinary. People just like you. You’re invited to discover the College in new and meaningful ways and to support our mission of student education, scientific discovery, and economic impact in Utah.

Featured Scientific Research
Scientific discoveries from each discipline in the College – Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics and Astronomy – are highlighted in this issue of Discover. Faculty members Leslie Sieburth, Scott Anderson, Christel Hohenegger, and Andrey Rogachev demonstrate how basic scientific research continues to impact and fuel Utah’s economy by providing new technologies and solutions.

School of Biological Sciences
In July, the Department of Biology was renamed the School of Biological Sciences to better represent the size and structure of the faculty research areas. The School has major thrusts in three research divisions: Cellular and Molecular, Ecology and Physiology, and Genetics and Evolution.

Imagine New Heights
The University of Utah is positioned to define the model of a 21st century University. The University's faculty, staff, and students conduct breakthrough research and scholarship, creating new knowledge, and translating those new discoveries and insights into practice – essential tasks to ensure Utah’s position in an increasingly competitive global environment. Imagine New Heights

  


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