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AT&T presented a $24,000 scholarship grant to Utah Valley University. This is will provide 19 scholarships for Latino students as well as a scholarship for a female student studying in the Center for Constitutional Studies. Read Article

 
AT&T presented a $24,000 scholarship grant to Utah Valley University. This is will provide 19 scholarships for Latino students as well as a scholarship for a female student studying in the Center for Constitutional Studies.
"Roots of Knowledge" is a massive work of art to be installed at Utah Valley University and will chronicle the history and knowledge of human civilization in stained glass.
The UVU Culinary Arts Institute Feast on the Fairway is a fun and fulfilling golf tournament that invites the community to come together for a day of play and culinary delights in order to support culinary arts students.
The 28th Utah Valley University Auto Expo displayed nearly 700 classic cars and included a barbecue with live entertainment.
John Valentine, Reed Halladay, and Fillmore Spencer LLC were honored with Utah Valley University Community Partner Awards at the UVU Business and Economic Forum May 14, 2015. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to UVU’s mission.
The fourth annual Utah Valley University Business & Economic Forum featured a variety of sessions to develop and enrich businesses and professionals in Utah Valley.
Each year, the Utah Valley University Awards of Excellence program recognizes exceptional employees. This year, Nilsen Septon, Associate Director of Development Services, received Development & Alumni's Divisional Award of Excellence.
"Dreams really do come true," was the theme of this year's Elder Quest Spring Seminar where money was raised to fund an endowed scholarship. Students benefitting from the scholarship shared how they were able to achieve their dreams.
Going Beyond Borders holds a dinner and benefit auction once every year to raise money for worthy causes. Last year, the cause was funding a single parent scholarship at UVU.
The Appreciation Banquet is held once every year to thank donors for their generous contributions to UVU. This year's banquet, held on Thursday, March 19, shared remarkable stories from students and donors alike.
Vivint CEO Todd Pedersen went undercover in the recent season finale of "Undercover Boss." UVU's partnership with Pedersen and his company has launched one of the premier sales programs in the nation and enhanced the UVU Business Resource Center with the addition of the SMART Lab.
The beginning of February featured multiple scholarship luncheons in which donors to the Woodbury School of Business met with the students who received their scholarships. Luncheons such as these are organized by UVU Donor Relations and provide an opportunity for students to share with their generous benefactors how the scholarships have made a positive change in their lives.
Donors to Utah Valley University College of Science and Health scholarships met with the students they're helping to learn how their generosity has made a difference in these students' lives. Organized by UVU Donor Relations, scholarship luncheons such as this provide an opportunity for donors and recipients to become acquainted and share their stories.
A group of guests and legislators were invited to an event on Jan. 9 at Zions Bank in Salt Lake City, which showcased the extraordinary talents of UVU School of the Arts students. The Culinary Arts Institute treated guests to dinner while they enjoyed visual art and performances by School of the Arts students.
Recipients of the Utah Valley University Forgotten Carols scholarship were recognized at a Dec. 5 program, which included recognition of donors and a performance of the Forgotten Carols by Musician Michael McLean. McLean established the scholarship to help students who face financial struggle in finishing their education.