Students

Updates from the Utah FORGE project

The U’s project is progressing toward developing new geothermal technology that could make the renewable energy of the Earth’s interior more accessible.


aerial view of campus from the west showing all of campus and the Wasatch Mountains in the background with snow on the peaks.

Making dreams possible

How one student’s lifelong passion for pursuing medicine is realized with support from the Larry H. and Gail Miller Enrichment Scholarship.


U application fee waived for many first-year students

The waiver applies to first-time, first-year students who have a permanent mailing address in Utah, or attend a tribal high school in the state.


Western wildfire smoke plumes are getting taller

Taller plumes spread farther, degrading air quality over a larger region—or even across a continent.


Food is Medicine conference coming in September

Second annual conference explores connections between food systems, behaviors and overall well-being.


We need U for Employee Appreciation Day

Volunteers are needed for the annual event taking place at Rice-Eccles Stadium on Sept. 23, 2022.


Martha Bradley Evans Center for Teaching Excellence Annual Teaching Symposium

The symposium is designed to provide practical skills and knowledge for excellent teaching in higher education. At this free event, participants may attend a variety of workshops and panels specific to their interests.


Scientists trace earliest cases of COVID-19 to market in Wuhan, China

The finding aligns with early reports that live animals sold at the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market were the likely source of the pandemic.


Humans of the U: John MacDonald

“My favorite part of doing this is the light bulb moments—it’s when you see somebody get it.”


UIT to launch Phish Alert Button for all UMail accounts on Aug. 8

The button enables users to more easily report phishing messages and other suspicious email.