Safety

University of Utah partners on initiative to fund equitable parks and green spaces

Alessandro Rigolon will co-design a multi-year funding program focused on increasing equitable access to parks and green spaces in low-income communities of color in urban areas across the U.S.


Managing emergencies: Behind the scenes

The past few months have brought new challenges for emergency managers.


U Be Well: Ideas for better living

Keep your body and mind healthy this winter.


Friday Forums on Racism in Higher Education

Save the date: Jan. 29, 2021.


‘One Mind’ to support those with mental illness

Social workers are working closely with university police.


Updated COVID protocol for all in-person gatherings

A new COVID-19 protocol is in place for all mission-critical, in-person, gatherings greater than 10 people or more.


Night watch at the museum

A team of six security officers who work in the Natural History Museum of Utah do more than traditional security work.


graphic with purple background and shield featuring half a heart and half a brain

The intersection of EDI and public safety

Creating a safe and inclusive campus environment.


A view overlooking salt lake valley from the University of Utah campus at sunset. On the horizon, you can see faint mountains that are obscured by hazy air, showing an example of air pollution that builds up in the valley.

Air pollution spikes reduce test scores

More frequent peak air pollution exposure was associated with reduced math and English language arts test scores for third graders in all primary public schools in Salt Lake County.


Traveling in times of COVID

If you plan to travel outside of Utah, check state websites for any restrictions and avoiding public transportation when possible.