Equity & Diversity

graphic with family of four all looking at a laptop computer. school supplies such as pencils, globe, and a planet float above the family.

Education during a pandemic

How to improve family-school relationships during the pandemic.


Trees and lawns beat the heat

As climate change pushes cities towards dangerous temperatures, planners must balance mitigating heat and preserving water resources.


Honoring Native American heritage

The University of Utah is planning several events and programs in honor of Indigenous Peoples Day on Oct. 12 and Native American Heritage Month in November.


an 18-wheel truck bed is loaded with firewood and is parked next to a large pile of more firewood

Operation Firewood Rescue

Utahns come together to help Najavo elders prepare for winter.


aerial view of Wasatch Front

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement

The University of Utah honors Indigenous Peoples’ Day with the launch of a new Indigenous Land Acknowledgement.


Indian art market online all October

NHMU’s Indian Art Market brings top Native American artists to Salt Lake City for a resplendent shopping experience. Given the challenges of COVID-19, it’s online for the first time.


Reframing the Conversation: Queering Utah Legacies

This month’s Reframing the Conversation panel focuses on narratives of LGBTQIA+ folx in Utah.


History made at the University of Utah

The U welcomes its largest, most diverse freshman class and sets a record-high enrollment.


screenshot of virtual conversation with two interpreters, Bakari Sellers, Nell Irvin Painter and Ruth Watkins

ICYMI: The first Friday Forum

Watch the first Friday Forum on racism in higher education.


Erika George, director of the Tanner Humanities Center, speaks with Ibram X. Kendi, author of "How to Be An Antiracist"

Race, justice and technology

Ruja Benjamin joins the Fall 2020 Tanner Talk at the U.