University of Utah Statement: U.S. Supreme Court’s overturn of Roe v. Wade

The University of Utah is a state entity. As such, the university follows federal and state law.

Explore the geology of the Tour de France

U professor Peter Lippert is part of an international team of geologists explaining the forces that created the stunning landscapes of the Tour de France.

First hybrid Doctor of Physical Therapy degree offered at the U

This innovative offering will welcome the first cohort of 50 students in May 2023 pending accreditation approval.

U professors impact federal policy through D.C. fellowships

AAAS Science & Technology Fellowships bring researchers’ expertise to the federal government, and teaches scientists the policymaking process.

Staff needed to join UCREW

Housing & Residential Education is welcoming more than 4,500 students to campus this fall, and we need your help. Be a part of the welcome party by signing up for UCREW—our team of volunteers who help move students into their on-campus homes.

‘Oracle Bones’: A history and a metaphor

The exhibition will be on display until Sept. 24.

Dancers explore Utah’s wild landscapes in ‘Traverse’

Six dancers. One choreographer. Five days in Utah’s wild landscapes.

U’s second chief safety officer sworn in

Keith Squires was sworn in by Utah’s Commissioner of Public Safety Jess L. Anderson with President Taylor Randall as witness.

U hosts first in-person Pac-12 Sustainability Conference since 2019

The Pac-12 Team Green is working to unite university sustainability and athletics departments to integrate sustainability into college athletics and across college campuses.

New tool shows air pollution’s path

Air Tracker traces air pollution in Houston, Salt Lake City and Pittsburgh, illuminating potential sources and making data more accessible.