Students

Water towers at risk as glaciers recede

Research provides new insight on mountain glacier–derived water resource systems, impacting up to 1.9 billion people globally


The Arts and U

Pioneer Theatre Company is asking its patrons of “The Play That Goes Wrong” to bring canned and non-perishable food items to support Utah Food Bank, now through Dec. 21, 2019.


Seeking black market medications

Altruism and a lack of access and affordability are three reasons why people with chronic illnesses turn to the underground exchange for medicines and supplies, new research shows.


Z. Valy Vardeny, Distinguished Professor, Department of Physics & Astronomy.

Spintronics for next generation info tech

Electronics that use minuscule magnetic fields emanating from spinning electrons could be used for faster, smaller electronic devices that use less energy.


Open forums with candidates for Chief of Police

The final candidates for the position of Chief of Police will be on campus Dec. 11-13.


What to do when an injury or illness happens on campus

Be sure to report all incidents immediately and fill out one of the three available forms.


The role of youth in renewable energy

On Oct. 21-25, 2019, urban ecology students at the University of Utah Asia Campus presented to international leaders at the Global Green Growth Institute’s flagship conference.


2020 MLK Youth Leadership Awards

Nominate a student today.


Distinguished mentor award nominations now open

Nominate an outstanding mentor of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars for the 2020 Distinguished Mentor Award by Feb. 14, 2020.


Geology professor wins international earth science award

Thure Cerling’s work has given an integrated picture of vertebrate fossils and paleo-environments in which terrestrial ecosystems emerged and evolved.