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The mouse is light brown fur, a long tail and cute round ears holds a bunch of leaves in its mouth while scurrying across dead leaves on the ground.

Rediscovery of the ‘extinct’ Pinatubo volcano mouse

In 1991, a volcano in the Philippines had the second-most powerful volcanic eruption of the 20th century. Its effects were devastating—but a mouse feared to have gone extinct survived.


February 2021 Academic Senate meeting

Join the next meeting via Zoom on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021.


How do U…participate in crowdsourced science?

Join in research projects from the comfort of your own home.


Answer your phone

Do your part to stop the spread of COVID-19 by helping the contact tracing team.


Winter issue of Utah Magazine released

Check out the latest issue.


On-campus child care resources available

The Center for Child Care & Family Resources is here for parents and their children who continue to experience a child care gap.


$1.1M to research STEM-positive identities of and with refugee teens

The NSF grant will fund “Investigating the development of STEM-positive identities of refugee teens in a physics out-of-school time experience,” a first-of-its-kind project.


Engineering safer air during COVID-19

A task force made up of Facilities Management staff members has ensured that the air in university buildings during the pandemic is as safe as possible.


Apply now for a Global Learning Across the Disciplines grant

Apply for a $10,000 Global Learning Across Disciplines (GLAD) offers grants to help faculty integrate global learning in courses and curricula.


Nominations open for Faculty & Staff Excellence in Global Engagement Awards

The Office for Global Engagement is seeking nominations to recognize faculty and staff who have made long-term and exemplary contributions to advance internationalization at the U.