Events

Ski Archives honor skiing pioneers

This year’s award recipients are the Wasatch Mountain Club, which received the History-Maker Award, and Alan K. Engen, who received the S.J. Quinney Award.


The Arts and U

Writer, actor and Vietnam veteran Stu Richel was at a party with friends in 2011 when the subject of Vietnam came up. As they reminisced, he recalled the day he left Vietnam to come home and the many emotions he felt.


New ‘For Utah Scholarship’

The scholarship will combine federal, state and university funds to cover tuition and fees for academically qualified, Pell Grant-eligible first-time freshmen who are Utah residents.


Explore the world with International Education Week

U students, staff and faculty represent cultures from around the globe. Immerse yourself in the diversity of our community and learn more about the world without leaving campus.


Campus Store One-Day Sale on Apple products

On Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019, at the main University Campus Store and the University Campus Store Health in HSEB, select Apple products will be available tax-free.


$150 million commitment from Huntsman family will establish mental health institute

Historic gift will establish the Huntsman Mental Health Institute with an initial focus on advancing knowledge and relieving suffering through research-informed treatment of mental illness.


Be the light of the party

Help make the U’s holiday video merry and bright.


Thank you, Walk After Dark volunteers

EHS thanks all of the volunteers who participated in the 12th annual Walk After Dark held on Oct. 28, 2019.


Cybersecurity isn’t a one-and-done

Think about all the devices you own that connect to the internet, either automatically or when prompted. You can see how we’re connected now more than ever—and thus more vulnerable to cyberthreats.


Scientists must get into ‘the fray’

Air pollution expert George Thurston urges University of Utah researchers to share their findings with policymakers, advocacy groups and the public.