Equity & Diversity

Want to get vaccinated but afraid of needles? U therapists can help.

They’re part of a nationwide network helping people overcome needle phobia


Autism in Utah 8-year-olds far more prevalent than previously reported

Increase is likely due to greater awareness of the disorder, better diagnostic tools and improved access to medical care.


Call for nominations, 2022 Linda K. Amos Award

Award honors staff or faculty members who have selflessly given time and energy to improve the educational and/or working environment for women at the university.


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IntersectX12: Native American heritage

November may be over, but honoring Native American heritage is not.


Chris Linder appointed associate editor of the Journal of Diversity in Higher Education

Linder brings extensive experience as a researcher, administrator and editor to her role.


Statement on racist and bias incident on campus

Racist and hateful behavior on our campus is an offense to our entire community.


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Recognizing our Native faculty, staff and students

Meet many of the outstanding Native members of our University of Utah community.


State of ASUU 2021-22

The Associated Students of the University of Utah’s Board of Academic Affairs held the annual State of the ASUU event.


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Advancing equity, diversity and inclusion in research

In nurturing a community in which everyone feels they belong, applying an equity, diversity and inclusion lens to research is critically important.


Meet the 2021-22 student leadership

The first all-female presidency in the university’s history is focused on improving campus accessibility, affordability, safety, solidarity and is working hard to affect positive change across campus and elevate student voices.