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Campaign focuses on supporting students, recruiting and retaining faculty and promoting groundbreaking research, innovation and collaboration.

Inauguration recap

The inauguration for Ruth V. Watkins, the 16th president of the University of Utah, was held Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, in Kingsbury Hall.

Science takes center stage

Public radio program “Science Friday” took a lay audience on a tour of Utah science. U researchers took, quite literally, center stage.

Campus cup

National Voter Registration Day kicks off with the U’s participation in the Campus Cup, a state-wide, voter-registration effort. The challenge pits each of Utah’s colleges and universities against each other every two years in a competition to register the greatest percentage of voters.

Textbook Adoptions Are Due for Spring Semester | Apply to be an Orientation Leader | U Outdoors Club | Campus Rec sales tax increase | Free OSHA trainings and certifications | Professional Education offers certificates in legal professions | Global Learning Across the Disciplines Grants | Learning Abroad: Call for panel participants | Buy a Mac or iPad Pro, UTech will supply the Beats
Family Appreciation Science Carnival
U Staff, Faculty and Family Appreciation Evening Science Carnival is Wednesday, Sept. 26 | Employee Appreciation Day is Thursday, Sept. 27
Are you ready for the Real Life Challenge?
The Real Life Challenge starts today | Traveling with medications
‘Walk After Dark’
Join university campus partners on Oct. 9 for the annual "Walk After Dark" event to help improve campus safety and lighting across campus
Faculty featured in new UMFA exhibition
Twenty-seven U faculty artists featured in new Utah Museum of Fine Arts exhibition

Making room(s)

This fall, construction will begin on Housing & Residential Education’s newest 992-bed residence hall and fully functioning livable community and set to open fall of 2020.

An international education

University of Utah and BYU receive $6.8 million from Department of Education for foreign language and area studies.

$200K for ideas improving housing affordability

Ivory Innovations sponsors national challenge to address critical need for affordable housing construction and design, financing and public policy.