Historians defend scholar who studies Poland and Holocaust
Dozens of international historians have come to the defense of a Holocaust scholar who is accused of slandering Poland's reputation with research that focuses on the participation of some Poles in the killing of Jews during World War II.
Gaming U.? University of Utah trustees approve bachelor of science in games
The University of Utah board of trustees has granted approval of a new undergraduate degree — a bachelor of science in games intended to address growing numbers of students who want to study games and game making.
BYU brings design innovation to bear on legal issues with new LawX program
BYU will launch an innovative new program this fall aimed at tackling pressing legal problems with a design model borrowed from the tech start-up realm.
BYU senior crowned Miss Utah 2017
BYU senior JessiKate Riley won the Miss Utah 2017 title over the weekend, and she actually made history with her victory.
Report says Utah ranks 7th in child well-being, but health care uncertainty casts pall
Utah is one of the best states for a child to live in, according to new findings in an extensive report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, a national children's advocacy organization.
Board votes to revoke charter from Kairos Academy
The Utah State Charter School Board voted unanimously Tuesday to begin the process to revoke the charter of Kairos Academy, a public charter school in West Valley City that primarily serves teen mothers and pregnant teen girls.
State audit: Charter board improperly disbursed $124K to school
A new state audit has determined that the appointed Utah State Charter School Board in 2015 "improperly disbursed" startup grants to Athlos Academy prior to the elected State School Board approving its charter application.
Photos: Comcast bestows scholarships on 36 Utah students
Comcast NBCUniversal awarded $53,000 in scholarships for the 2017-18 school year to 36 Utah students as part of its annual Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program.
Educators want state funding to increase enrollment capacity in Utah's nursing schools
Educators inquired with legislators Tuesday about what funding can be provided to allow for higher enrollment in nursing programs in Utah, citing both a nurse shortage in the state and schools' inability to admit all qualified students.
Lawmakers labor to clean up state education code with 90-plus more bills in pipeline
Even as Utah lawmakers labor to tidy up the section of the Utah code on education, legislators have filed more than 90 bills for consideration in the 2018 legislative session, and it's only June.