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Utah Tech University students score big opportunity, join Super Bowl workforce for an unforgettable experience

24 Utah Tech University students had the opportunity to work at Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas. This experience was made possible by Jin Woo Ahn, the assistant recreation and sports management professor, who emphasized the importance of hands-on experiences…

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Utah Tech student Darren Johnson featured in Christmas Lights Spectacular

Utah Tech University freshman Darren Johnson created a Christmas light display that is featured in the 10th annual St. George Christmas Lights Spectacular. The display, which Darren has been preparing since August and has dedicated 600 hours of work to, features more than 20,000 controlled…

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Utah Tech University students participate in IRS Citizen Academy

Experiencing the day-to-day life of IRS criminal investigation agents firsthand, select Utah Tech University students recently had the opportunity to participate in a mock investigation through the IRS’s Citizen Academy.   Working with agents from the Phoenix Field Office, students…

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Utah Tech University students offer a pumpkin drop-off opportunity for composting

Did you know pumpkins decompose without oxygen in landfills and produce methane gas? With the help of Utah Tech students, Avery Fowers and Chloe Furse, pumpkins were collected and taken to the composting center to help reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions…

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Estamos Aqui

Utah Tech University Library has received a grant from Utah Humanities and the Utah Historical Society to collect local Lantinx/Hispanic life stories through Estamos Aqui / We Are Here. This event helps to celebrate the stories, experiences, and contributions the…

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Utah Tech University student Rachele Schulist earns perfect National Physical Therapy Exam Score

Rachele Schulist, a Utah Tech University student and physical therapist assistant, earned the highest possible score of 800 on the National Physical Therapy Exam. Rachele Schulist, center, earned the highest possible score of 800 on the National Physical Therapy Exam…

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Finding hope: UT Booth Wellness Hosts Suicide Prevention Week

Did you know that: 75% of all lifetime mental health conditions begin by age 24 30% of college students reported difficulty in functioning due to mental health concerns Suicide is the 2nd Leading Cause of Death for individuals ages 15-24 1301…

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Utah Tech University Students Study Abroad in Florence, Italy

This summer, eight Utah Tech students consisting of seven dancers and one photographer departed on a Study Abroad opportunity to Florence, Italy. In this three-week intensive dance study, students are housed together and are immersed in a rigorous schedule of…

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University Safety & Risk Management goes green

Designed to cut emissions and boost fuel efficiency, seven new vehicles powered by technology combining an electric battery and a combustion engine are replacing outdated fleet vehicles used by UT’s Department of University Safety & Risk Management. Specifically, the department…

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Utah Tech University Student Accepted into the Contemporary West Dance Theatre

The prestigious Contemporary West Dance Theatre in Las Vegas recently accepted Utah Tech University student and soon-to-be graduate Jaesha Hall, from Roosevelt, Utah, into its company. Hall’s passion for dance was evident throughout her time at Utah Tech, where she…

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