Under the direction of Jared Sims, “Pinnacle” showcases high-performing students from the School of Music and their exploration of the jazz style.
A professor of sport management in the College of Applied Human Sciences, Bravo writes about his recent travels to his native country, Chile, for the Pan American and Parapan American Games.
As a result of the Accessible, Innovative and Relevant Training for Vocational Rehabilitation project led by professor Margaret Glenn, the University is leading the way in the field of clinical rehabilitation and mental health counseling with its innovative use of virtual reality technology.
Find out what it takes to preserve a legacy during the School of Theatre and Dance production of “The Book of Will,” premiering tomorrow (Feb. 29) at the Canady Creative Arts Center.
For the second year in a row, the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources Mine Rescue Team is the champion of the 2024 Intercollegiate Mine Emergency Response Competition. The team competed in the event held Feb. 23-24 in Squamish, British Columbia, Canada.
Emmanuel Backus and Logan Wagner placed second in the 23rd Annual American Bar Association Law Student Tax Challenge — J.D. Division — held during the ABA Tax Section’s meeting in San Francisco.