Students

Confronting climate change

As a tier-one research institution with a world-class health center, the U is uniquely positioned to develop new approaches to addressing climate change.


Cybercrime isn’t cheap

Now more than ever, consumers spend increasing amounts of time on the internet—and lose an increasing amount of money to fraud, data breaches and other cybercrimes each year.


What is social media’s role in stopping fake news?

The Lee E. Teitelbaum Utah Law Review Symposium at the U on Oct. 18 brings together leading journalists, scholars, thought leaders and social media executives to investigate problems arising from a changing media world.


Ecosystems of early human evolution

To understand the environmental pressures that shaped human evolution, scientists must first piece together the details of the ancient plant and animal communities that our fossil ancestors lived in over the past 7 million years.


Contributing to nuclear security

To expand the International Monitoring System’s capabilities, monitors should seek out the data, methods and expertise of smaller regional seismic networks.


Thin to win

U engineers develop a thin, lightweight lens that could produce slimmer camera phones, longer-flying drones.


The Arts and U

Enhance classroom teaching through class visits to the museum galleries and explore visual art objects in ways that illuminate course themes.


Spring 2020 textbook adoptions due Oct. 25

Get prepared before the holiday season hits and submit your textbook adoptions to the University Campus Store before it’s too late.


The Arts and U

The complete cast, including visiting cast with Broadway credentials and returning local actors, has been announced for Pioneer Theatre Company’s concert production of “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.”


Hinckley Internship deadline extended

Students now have until Oct. 15 to apply for spring 2020 internships with the Hinckley Institute of Politics.