Recycle right

China and other countries are banning certain waste materials. Learning to recycle properly is more important than ever.

Healthy relationships

Resilient U is bringing Elizabeth Cowley of One Love Foundation to campus on April 4.

Bettering our campus

Nine scholarships given by staff to staff have been awarded for 2019.

50 years of Ethnic Studies

On March 29, the U’s Division of Ethnic Studies will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a day of panels and an evening reception.

Firearms on campus

A new mandatory training discussing firearms on campus will soon be distributed by email.

A practitioner and scholar

The College of Social Work has announced a new Distinguished Endowed Chair in Research and appointed Eric Garland as its first recipient.

An advocate for the humanities

Erika George, the Samuel D. Thurman Professor of Law at the U, has been named the new director of the Obert C. and Grace A. Tanner Humanities Center.

2019 Grad Fair

Be sure to attend the annual Grad Fair at the University Campus Store March 28-30 for all your grad regalia needs.

U remains committed to free speech on campus

As a public campus, the U upholds freedom of expression and the right of speakers and audiences to be free from undue disruption and interference as protected by the Constitution.

2020 presidential debate bid

Together, the Utah Debate Commission and the University of Utah are applying to host a presidential debate in 2020.