New podcast from the College of Architecture + Planning

Welcome to “Changing Places,” the podcast that believes places are powerful agents of positive social transformation.

Administrative leave for COVID-19 vaccines

Anticipating approval of the COVID-19 vaccination for children ages 5-11, the University is announcing additional paid admin leave for main campus and UUHC employees.

Math professor receives prestigious $1.8M NSF grant

Yekaterina Epshteyn and her colleagues will study how grains grow, an important property of technologically useful materials.

Help feed the U

The food drive is sponsored by the University Safety Department.

You had COVID-19. Do you still need a shot?

It’s easy to become overwhelmed or confused by the contradictory messages.

New U clinic addresses gaps in mental health needs

Behavioral Health Innovation and Dissemination Center provides flexibility in treatment, a collaborative training program and interdisciplinary research opportunities.

U travel clinic open

Make sure you are ready for anything when you head out in the world.

Molecule could reduce surgical complications

The molecule helps organs protect themselves from damage during decreases in blood flow.

Printing the Andes

Doctoral student Susana Velasquez-Franco got help from the library’s 3-D printing and GIS team.

Close up of a hand in a blue rubber medical glove holding a newborn baby's hand.

AI quickly identifies genetic causes of disease in newborns

The finding foreshadows the next phase of medicine, where technology helps clinicians quickly determine the root cause of disease so they can give patients the right treatment sooner.