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American Dream Ideas finalists announced

The proposals range from helping single parents save money through shared living arrangements and child care to boosting opportunities for freelance workers in the state’s rural areas.

Be still my beating heart

Researchers identify a genetic mutation that sets the heart racing, producing an irregular heartbeat that can lead to heart failure.

U of U Health top 10 in quality

University of Utah Health has been named a winner of the prestigious 2018 Vizient Bernard A. Birnbaum, MD, Quality Leadership Award for the ninth year in a row.

Shut it

A simple way to help keep campus secure at night.

New staff parental leave rule | Applications for Taft-Nicholson Environmental Humanities Education Center | Jan Miller wins Lifetime Achievement Award | Applications open for ASUU government positions | ARUP Breaks Ground for New Building | Nominate an outstanding academic advisor | NCSAM Week 2: U Policies on Network and Physical Security | Big messes, big solutions | October is Domestic and Dating Violence Awareness Month
Near misses
A near miss provides an opportunity to improve safety practices based on a condition or incident with a potential for more serious consequences
The power of posting
Real Life Challenge: The Power of Posting | Facts about diabetes | Your teen needs sleep
New staff parental leave rule
New staff parental leave rule | Suicide: What you can do to help | Get your flu shot | National Save for Retirement Week is coming

Simplifying systems for youth in need

Jeremiah Jaggers, a new assistant professor in the College of Social Work, studies the connection between child welfare and involvement in the juvenile justice system.

Breastfeeding changes gene activity related to stress

U professor on team led by Women & Infants Hospital/Brown University that published findings in Pediatrics.