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U Police Chief Dale Brophy Suddenly Announces Retirement

U Police Chief Dale Brophy Suddenly Announces Retirement

By Elise Vandersteen Bailey, Investigative Coordinator

July 16, 2019

  In a statement Tuesday afternoon, University of Utah officials announced that U Police Chief Dale Brophy will retire on Oct. 15 of this year. Brophy has worked with the department since 2013, when he joined as deputy police chief. According to the statements, he was promoted to police chief...

U’s Asia Campus Leadership Team Reflects on the Past Five Years

U’s Asia Campus Leadership Team Reflects on the Past Five Years

By Mitch Shin, News Writer

June 3, 2019

  Chief administrator and dean of faculty Todd Kent and dean of students Randall McCrillis at the University of Utah Asia Campus (UAC) in South Korea have had a busy year. Now, they're coming forward with a common vision for improvement on the Korean campus. UAC hosted a celebration for the...

U Board of Trustees Agrees to Proposed HCI Memorandum of Understanding

U Board of Trustees Agrees to Proposed HCI Memorandum of Understanding

By Elise Vandersteen Bailey, Investigative Coordinator

October 5, 2017

The University of Utah's Board of Trustees approved a supplemental memorandum of understanding between the U and Huntsman Cancer Foundation in regards to the operation of Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) on Thursday. All agreed to the terms of the agreement with the exception of Vice Chair Phillip...

In the Aftermath of the Huntsman Cancer Institute Debacle, It’s Clear Money Talks at the U

In the Aftermath of the Huntsman Cancer Institute Debacle, It’s Clear Money Talks at the U

By Connor Richards

May 22, 2017

For weeks now, the University of Utah has been in a whirlwind of unrest, confusion and controversy. In late April, U students, faculty and the greater Salt Lake City community were caught off guard by the sudden firing of Dr. Mary Beckerle, head of the Huntsman Cancer Institute. After days of outrage...

First Generation Students Spoke to About the Economic Impacts of a Degree

First Generation Students Spoke to About the Economic Impacts of a Degree

November 13, 2014

  A forum addressing the economic impact of first generation college graduates took place Wednesday at the Spencer Fox Eccles Business building. This event was sponsored by the Economic Club of Utah, the Salt Lake Chamber and the Deseret News. Speaking on this topic were presidents from four different...

U breaks ground on new basketball facility

May 13, 2014

The U brought out the construction hats, shovels and neon orange vests as some of the university’s biggest figures were featured in a ground-breaking ceremony Monday, May 5 for a new basketball facility. The 80,000-square-foot facility will cost roughly $36 million and should be completed by next summer. The ceremony included...

Winslow investigation concludes as report is released

Winslow investigation concludes as report is released

July 2, 2013

The independent review of former Utah swim and dive coach Greg Winslow concluded July 2 when investigators found that the embattled coach did not physically or sexually abuse any athletes during his six-year tenure at the U. The three-month comprehensive review by attorneys Alan Sullivan, John Nielsen ...

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