@ The U Newsletter


Former high school teacher, basketball coach and Jazz season-ticket holder suffered a traumatic brain injury in 2014, but got a big assist from the U’s Commencement 2018 speaker Ben Nemtin, who has made a career of fulfilling “bucket list” dreams, and received roundball treatment fit for an all-star.


U architecture students will create efficient and resilient homes for the Salt Lake Valley affordable housing market.


Your SLC 2018 guide to a summer filled with fun, food, festivals, fireworks and more.


Check out University Print & Mail Services’ calendar of historic photos from the Marriott Library’s Special Collections — showing what campus looked like in the past compared to now.

Walk with pride | Duo 2FA phone and text options will be discontinued July 17, 2018 | Nominate a veteran by July 31, 2018
A Healthier U
Snacking wisely at work | Why you should care about your cholesterol | May is healthy vision month: Protect your peepers
HR Updates
Individual retirement planning sessions | Open enrollment is here | WellU program reminders
Safe & Sound
Injuries caused by lightning strikes are the number one severe weather incidents for the State of Utah


A new seminar course at the S.J. Quinney College of Law presents the opioid crisis through the lens of regulatory failures to properly address the issue — while providing students with critical thinking skills and tools to change the landscape in the future.

Sweating the small stuff

The Sustainability Office’s Green Office Certification offers ongoing support and customized training to help employees make small changes to daily office habits that can have a large collective impact.

Students supporting sobriety

The U’s student recovery program has provided much-needed support and it’s leadership team lobbied for and received $100,000 annual funding from the Utah Legislature.