“As a professor, I think back sometimes to how impactful my experiences were as a freshman, getting that chance just because I asked. The first person you ask isn’t necessarily the first person to say yes, who will give you that shot. But we all started out as that nervous freshman, eager to try new things.”
More than 30,000 babies have gone on to live healthy lives thanks to the unit and its staff.
A new cross-campus partnership multiplies and unifies the U’s environmental observations of the Wasatch Front.
U student group hosts workshops, presentations and a dinner to promote civil dialogue.
UIT employees team up with Special Olympics for the first-ever video gaming tournament contest.
The Career & Professional Development Center introduces AlumniFire, a mentoring program for current U students looking for career guidance from a trusted source.
A group of U graduate students created a capstone project that is also an invaluable resource for the staff at University Student Apartments.
“I became a teacher to change the world. I feel that one should give back and, in my case, I knew I wanted to work with kids. Being a minority male, I felt that I could exemplify important things for young kids during a crucial time of their development. Something I did not have until junior high. My favorite thing about teaching is those “aha” moments when a child finally gets it, especially if it took perseverance and hard work.”
Philip Osteen, director of the Social Research Institute at the U’s College of Social Work, offers three suggestions to help prevent suicide.