@ The U Newsletter

Act to prevent suicide

Philip Osteen, director of the Social Research Institute at the U’s College of Social Work, offers three suggestions to help prevent suicide.

Celebrating inauguration

In conjunction with President Watkins’ inauguration ceremony, the U will hold a variety of events across campus to celebrate the occasion.


Citizen science project catalogs Wasatch canyon mammals.


The newly opened Gardner Commons building, which replaced Orson Spencer Hall, was designed with sustainability at its core. Here are five of its green features.

Save the date: Presidential Inauguration | Academic Senate meeting recap | Unauthorized vehicles on sidewalks | Global Learning Across the Disciplines Grants | 5 Game Day Tips | PINK Bus returns | Supporting cancer research | Learning Abroad: Call for panel participants | Teaching award and grant deadlines | Customized promotional items from University Print & Mail | Homecoming royalty applications are open
A Healthier U
Four weeks of free fitness classes | Why do women have hot flashes? | Does my child have ADHD?
HR Updates
Volunteers needed for Employee Appreciation Day
Safe & Sound
Join OEHS, ASUU and Facility Operations in the Walk After Dark on Oct. 9. Registration is now open.
The Arts and U
The U’s Department of Theatre opens the season with the epic rock opera “Chess” | Pioneer Theatre Company opens its season with the regional premiere of “Oslo”

Advocating for you

A new ASUU presidency, senate and assembly have been sworn in for the 2018-19 academic year and are ready to serve all University of Utah students.

The energizer office

While the majority of campus took a well-deserved rest over summer break, the Office of Orientation & Transition was only getting started.