Haagen Klaus, a new faculty member in the UVU Behavioral Science department, recently took part in an important archaeological find in northern Peru: an ancient tomb belonging to the Moche civilization.
UVU’s nursing program recently purchased an iStan high fidelity patient simulator, a state-of-the-art mannequin that’s as close to a patient as it can be without a real human heart.
By virtue of its 3.419 team GPA, the UVU women’s basketball team has earned the No. 9 ranking on the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll.
The Marilyn Brown Unpublished Novel Competition recently moved to a new home in UVU’s Department of English & Literature. The $1000 award has changed from being awarded every two years to being awarded annually and is open to all members of the community, whether they are students at the university or not.
UVU has once again shown its strength in the trades, ranking second in the nation at the recent SkillsUSA Championships in Kansas City, Mo. Top students from UVU competed in 20 contest categories, bringing home six gold medals, two silver medals and five bronze medals, with students ranking in the top 15 contestants of the remaining seven categories.
As UVSC prepares to become UVU on July 1, President Sederburg is anxious to let the community in on his vision and excitement for Utah’s newest university.
Ambassador Madhu Raman Acharya of Nepal is coming to UVSC February 21. Acharya will speak to two UVSC classes, Thursday, February 21, at 10 a.m. in professor’s Keith Snedegar class, “The Nature of History,” in LA 124 on the development of history in Nepal; and on Thursday, February 21, at 11:30 a.m. in professor Scott Williams’s class, “Programming,” in GT 511H on trekking business in Nepal.