Equity & Diversity

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Defining cultural appropriation

Utah’s poet laureate discusses cultural appropriation when it comes to writing in recognition of National Poetry Month.


A space for joy

True progress can only be made when the intersectionality of our existence is centered and our wholeness embraced.


ICYMI: Deepening the work

Watch the final Friday Forum on Racism in Higher Education of the academic year.


Care packages for victim-survivors of sexual assault

Donate today or submit a heartfelt message to let victim-survivors on campus know they are not alone.


3 avoidable interview mistakes

Learn some strategies from a recruiter on overcoming interviewing pitfalls.


A mural of the night sky, with a full moon. Constellations are drawn in the sky, the sky shows an arm of the Milky Way galaxy in fuchsia and dark blue, the full moon shows a figure of a rabbit in it. The foreground is a silhouette of a hill with a wolf howling, people pointing at the sky. The bottom has numbers that show how the darkness gets lighter towards the city due to light pollution.

Dark sky’s future leaders

The first undergraduate cohort of the dark sky studies minor completed the Dark Sky Studies Capstone course with projects that made an impact in Utah’s communities.


U Remembers: ‘Breaking the Silence’

U Remembers 2021 aims to foster a deeper understanding of the Holocaust and inspire community members to combat the rise of antisemitism and white supremacy by moving from bystanders to active participants.


Becoming an anti-racist campus

Join the work toward becoming an anti-racist campus on April 6.


Queer at the intersections

Celebrate Pride Week at the U, March 29-April 3, with daily events honoring and examining LGBTQIA+ histories, cultures and lives.


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Elevating youth voices

How a U faculty member is leading in community-engaged scholarship.