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A real dirt floor, the scent of orange blossoms, and action completely surrounding audience members are all part of creating a completely immersive experience for those watching Utah Valley University’s production of “Blood Wedding,” a tragedy by Spanish dramatist Federico Garcia Lorca that opens Sept. 25 and runs through Oct. 11 in the Noorda Theatre.
Creating stories that fly, writing a nonfiction page turner, books for boys, and a book tasting tea party are only a few of the topics scheduled for discussion during this year’s annual reading conference hosted by Utah Valley University’s School of Education. The Oct. 23-24 event, held at the Chateaux Resort in Deer Valley, Utah, is designed to foster a love of reading and focuses on the difference reading can make in people’s lives.
Utah Valley University will host the third annual conference on ADHD on Sept. 26 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Sorensen Student Center. The conference will explore the newest information regarding ADHD treatment, resources and research.
For Immediate Release University Marketing & Communications: Melinda Colton | 801-863-6807 Written by: Layton Shumway | 801-863-6863 Utah Valley University’s Center for Constitutional Studies will host its Constitution Week Conference, titled “You Can’t Say That Anymore: Real and Perceived Limitations on Speech in 21st Century America,” Sept. 16-17. This year’s distinguished participants include keynote speakers […]
August 6, 2014 For Immediate Release University Marketing & Communications: Melinda Colton | 801-863-6807 Frank Young has been appointed the new associate vice president of facilities, replacing Jim Michaelis who recently retired. Young is currently the senior director of space development, planning and engineering at UVU.
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In April, Utah Valley University theater major Ben Henderson made history, becoming the first UVU student to win an award — three, actually — at the national Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in Washington, D.C.
On Thursday, April 17, UVU will participate in the 2014 Great Utah ShakeOut, a statewide exercise meant to help Utah residents be prepared to survive and recover quickly from big earthquakes.
Woodbury School of Business National Advisory Council member Mary Crafts-Homer, CEO and founder of Culinary Crafts, has been selected as the 2014 recipient of the Kirk Englehardt Business Ethics award.
The UVU Academic Counseling Center and the UVU Christine M. Durham Prelaw Club are pleased to announce Salt Lake City attorney Annette W. Jarvis as the recipient of the 3rd Annual UVU Christine M. Durham Public Service Award.
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Beginning March 21, UVU will welcome rodeo athletes from nine colleges around the Intermountain West as they converge on the Wasatch County Events Center in Heber City to compete for a chance to advance to the College National Finals Rodeo.
UVU’s student giving campaign has won the 2014 CASE District 7 Award of Excellence for its “Student to Student” giving program.
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On Friday, the UVU Alumni Association recognized seven individuals for their service and contributions to the University at the 14th annual Alumni Awards.
June 14, 2013 For Immediate Release University Marketing & Communications: Mike Rigert Written by: Mike Rigert Utah Valley University President Matthew S. Holland and the UVU campus community broke ground on Friday for the construction of the new $54 million Classroom Building that received state approval at the close of the Utah Legislature’s 2013 general […]
April 25, 2013 For Immediate Release University Marketing & Communications: Mike Rigert Written by: Mike Rigert A software company executive who recently presented a lecture to students in a Woodbury School of Business senior-level management class came away so impressed with the undergraduates that she and her the company’s CEO mentioned them in a recent […]
April 25, 2013 For Immediate Release University Marketing & Communications: Mike Rigert Written by: Heather Wrigley Scott Hatch, a lecturer in English at Utah Valley University, was recently named winner of the 2013 Marilyn Brown Unpublished Novel Competition for his work, “A Boy Scout’s Field Guide to the Red-shifting Universe.”