IS HE REALLY THAT INTO YOU?

U researcher finds how a woman evaluates a man’s mating interest may be psychologically linked to her father’s behavior — and that can affect her own sexual behavior.

FORBES ‘PHYSICIAN HONOR ROLL’

Huntsman Cancer Institute oncologist, Saundra Buys, named among top breast cancer physicians in the country.

THE SONG OF THE REDROCK ARCHES

A geologist and sound artist come together to bring the sounds of red rock arches to life.

EXTRA, EXTRA, READ ALL ABOUT CONTINUUM

The winter edition includes: Genes and addiction, 30 years of student service, why humanities matter, top five dinosaur myths and more.

HUMANS OF THE U: HONEY

“Hi (lick), I’m Honey! I work at the U now and I love it! I got hired because of my great personality and powerful nose. As a canine officer, my job is to sniff out trouble.”

10 GIFT IDEAS FROM THE CAMPUS STORE

Looking for the perfect gift for those special Ute fans in your life? Our friends at the Campus Store have great gift ideas to help you get started on your holiday season shopping.

YOUR LYING EYES

When John Kircher, professor of educational psychology, arrived at the U as a graduate student in 1977, he wasn’t interested in studying lie detector technology, but after a sequence of events early in his career, he has become a leading expert in the detection of deception.

THE ‘OSCARS OF SCIENCE’

U mathematician, Christopher Hacon, was awarded the 2018 Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics for his work on the geometry of higher dimensions.

BIRTH OF THE ANTIQUITIES ACT

NHMU anthropological and paleontological collections include objects from areas in Utah protected by the American Antiquities Act, which authorized the U.S. president to designate land owned or controlled by the government as national monuments.

SOWING SEEDS OF JUSTICE

An interdisciplinary series of campus events hosted by UtahPresents and the Sustainability Office sparks new ideas about science, dance, social justice and sustainability.