Arts & Humanities

Sexual assault campus climate survey to open January 2022

U students will have the opportunity to voice their experiences about the climate of the University of Utah campus as they begin the Spring 2022 Semester.

6 gift ideas from NHMU’s Museum Store

Unique ideas for everyone on your list.

Art and human connection throughout a pandemic

UMFA docent volunteers and Osher collaborate to keep tours going virtually.

Wandering with purpose

The School of Dance presents a concert of thesis works from modern dance MFA candidates.

NaNoWriMo: Embrace the challenge

Each November the U’s Poetry and Prose Club joins in a worldwide word sprint to produce 50,000 words of a novel over the 30-day course of the month.

The UMFA Holiday Market returns

Find one-of-a-kind gifts while supporting local artists and enjoying the festive atmosphere.

Person sits at a table scrolling through the internet on a propped up Ipad next to their coffee cup.

The digital divide

U researcher co-authors paper on disproportionate impacts of barriers to internet access.

Setting the stage for naked mole-rats

The props studio has been a wild flurry of excitement, as designers bring an underground world to life.

man playing violin on a roof next to solar panels during a lightening storm.

U project to be featured at Climate Change Conference

University of Utah project to be featured at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland.

Red Flag Project installation at the Union

As part of the 2021 Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) activities, the Red Flag project is an installation that helps identify the differences between health and unhealthy relationships.