Top of the Rockies recognizes Utah Policy for headlines
Over the weekend, Utah Policy received an award from the 2023 Top of the Rockies Contest sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists’ Colorado Pro Chapter. This is a regional, multi-platform contest for news outlets in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Wyoming. Contributor Jared Whitley won second place in the Headlines category for the small newsrooms division. This is the third in the last five years that Whitley has won that exact award. (Read More)
Who audits the Auditor? Office of the State Auditor successfully completes 2023 peer review
Every 3 years, the Office of the Auditor undergoes an external quality control review, also called a “Peer Review,” required by professional auditing standards. In that process, a team of auditors from across the United States review various audit engagements to ensure the Office complies with professional and government audit standards. The Office is pleased to announce the successful completion of its 2023 Peer Review. (Read More)
UVU to launch new Museum of Art at Lakemount with The Art of Belonging Initiative
Utah Valley University (UVU) will openits new UVU Museum of Art at Lakemount on May 13 with The Art of Belonging, which includes three new art exhibitions that are part of a community-based initiative and collaboration of artists committed to the inclusion and representation of Black/Indigenous/People of Color (BIPOC). The initiative will run through September 16.
The museum will also host a community celebration on May 13 featuring activities for visitors of all ages and abilities, a community dance party, and a multicultural showcase by “Remembering Our Culture” (ROC) representing dances from Native American, African, Polynesian, Latino/a, and Asian cultures, honoring and celebrating the strength of cultural diversity. (Read More)
Utah Valley University announces nursing program agreement with Mountainland Technical College
Licensed practical nurse (LPN) graduates from Mountainland Technical College (MTECH) can easily transfer their credits into the nursing program at Utah Valley University (UVU) thanks to a new agreement between the two schools.
Any MTECH nursing graduate in the LPN program in good academic standing can transfer into one of 24 newly added seats in UVU’s Associate of Science Nursing (ASN) program, where the incoming graduates will receive 22 UVU credits for their work at MTECH. The transfer students must pass the NCLEX-PN exam by the end of their first semester at UVU. (Read More)