Equity & Diversity

The mouse is light brown fur, a long tail and cute round ears holds a bunch of leaves in its mouth while scurrying across dead leaves on the ground.

Rediscovery of the ‘extinct’ Pinatubo volcano mouse

In 1991, a volcano in the Philippines had the second-most powerful volcanic eruption of the 20th century. Its effects were devastating—but a mouse feared to have gone extinct survived.


On-campus child care resources available

The Center for Child Care & Family Resources is here for parents and their children who continue to experience a child care gap.


$1.1M to research STEM-positive identities of and with refugee teens

The NSF grant will fund “Investigating the development of STEM-positive identities of refugee teens in a physics out-of-school time experience,” a first-of-its-kind project.


Apply now for a Global Learning Across the Disciplines grant

Apply for a $10,000 Global Learning Across Disciplines (GLAD) offers grants to help faculty integrate global learning in courses and curricula.


Nominations open for Faculty & Staff Excellence in Global Engagement Awards

The Office for Global Engagement is seeking nominations to recognize faculty and staff who have made long-term and exemplary contributions to advance internationalization at the U.


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Leading anti-racism in higher education

How the U is helping disrupt complicit racism across the nation.


Paid Mindfulness Center undergraduate internships available

The University Counseling Center invites U undergraduate students to consider a paid undergraduate internship with the Mindfulness Center, also known as the Change Coalition.


Nominations open for career impact awards

The Career & Professional Development Center is calling for nominations for its annual Career Impact Awards.


Humans of the U: Bryan Hubain

“I created the ‘I Am U Thriving’ initiative to show—and not just tell—those who feel marginalized that they are not alone and they can thrive here at the University of Utah.”


Handling racist and bias incidents on campus

The Office of the Chief Safety Officer has a new liaison to coordinate community engagement initiatives with organizations across campus.