Save some time during the week of Oct. 21 to attend sessions regarding saving and preparing for retirement.
This event will spotlight the technology commercialization and high-growth entrepreneurial prowess of the U’s Research Park.
This event will explore the tactics of protest, the boundaries of what we find acceptable or not and why, different techniques or venues of protest and how movements and groups should protest against issues like the hot-button inland port.
On Oct. 3, the University of Utah hosted the first of a series of multidisciplinary summits on air quality. Titled “The Air We Breathe,” the symposium’s objectives were to build connections among researchers across our campus, catalyze new collaborations, coordinate research activities and communicate findings.
This fourth week of SafeU Month is focused on physical and environmental safety. The division of Emergency Management in the Department of Public Safety offers a variety of trainings and resources that help staff, students and faculty feel prepared should an emergency occur on campus.
The cemetery tour at the Fort Douglas Post Cemetery is an opportunity for kids and adults to learn more about Utah’s military history in a fun, child-friendly environment. In commemoration of the day that Fort Douglas was founded, Oct. 26, 1862, there will be local military re-enactors stationed across the cemetery to help bring to […]
The Utah Philharmonia presents the “Haunted Orchestra,” UMFA unveils four loans from major national collections and the Department of Theatre hosts the first statewide Intimacy Directing Workshop.
On Monday, Oct. 21, students, faculty and staff are invited to take time to gather as a U community at the Post Chapel in Fort Douglas to grieve, reflect and honor those who have been affected by interpersonal violence.
For the first time, Pioneer Theatre Company is offering $5 student rush tickets for a staged concert, “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.”
This family event includes tours of the Sutton Building and its collections of fossils, minerals and rocks, and more than two dozen hands-on activities about arches, dinosaurs, meteorites, earthquakes, volcanoes and more.