Alumni

8 secrets to success from the Marriott Library

Get off to a good start this academic year with these tips from the library.


Let’s get this celebration started!

Welcome to a new academic year. Whether you’re a student starting your first year at the U or a colleague returning to campus after a well-deserved summer break, you’ve worked hard to be here.


U to invest millions in safety

The Task Force on Campus Safety and other entities are taking significant safety actions.


The 100-year student journey

From age 5 to 105, Continuing Education & Community Engagement promotes the importance of lifelong learning.


U alumna wins biotechnology award

Reshma Shetty is the 2019 recipient of the Rosalind Franklin Award, which recognizes outstanding women who are leaders in biotechnology.


Humans of the U: Simon Zivny

I have been a coffee drinker for a long time. From age 14 (if not earlier), I’d drink espresso with my family when we visited cafes, and a lot of my ideas about coffee started there. Even though the coffee I was drinking was very different from the coffee I try to make now, the experience was similar. It was special, it was new. You always ended up tasting things you didn’t expect to taste.


Imagining more

In the first-ever U Giving Day, more than $396,000 was raised from the university’s worldwide community.


Why I give

The community is coming together to imagine more for the university with its first-ever U Giving Day, May 21-22.


Humans of the U: Kristina Baskett

Former Utah gymnast and current Hollywood stunt double discusses the U and working on “Game of Thrones.”


‘Be what you is and not what you ain’t’

Civil rights activist Rev. France A. Davis gave the keynote address at commencement and challenged graduates to “find a way to bring us together.”