Students wanting to improve their health, change their lifestyle or just stay healthy need not look farther than campus for a professional resource and health services.
Four legislators from Tajikistan visited UVSC as part of an international exchange program that brought them to Utah from Dec. 6-14, 2007.
Campus police have recently added an active shooter segment to UVSC’s emergency plan, outlining what students should do if someone opens fire on campus.
A career conference focusing on women in technology will be held at UVSC on Nov. 28.
A recent pair of tournaments has sent the UVSC debate team home with awards and recognition.
UVSC is home to a groundbreaking exchange of delegates, information and ideas between Utah and the Central Asian republics.Over the past eight years, the college has been the heart of what Dr. Alex Stecker said is an "unbelievable exchange" between Utah and countries such as Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Turkistan.
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A local body image psychologist will be speaking about eating disorders at UVSC on Nov. 7.Nicole Hawkins, clinical director of Orem’s Center for Change, will be speaking on the media’s influence on body image and eating disorders at a workshop sponsored by the UVSC Student Health Services Wellness Program.
As part of the transition to university status, the school Web site is undergoing a change from www.uvsc.edu to www.uvu.edu."It’s a monumental task," said Ray Walker, UVSC’s chief information officer.The transition includes rebuilding many of the Web site’s pages and changing all references from Utah Valley State College, including logos and words.