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2018 Social Media Recap

This year’s U social media reflected the gamut of emotions and events experienced on campus. And, as always, the U’s Instagram featured the signature stunning vistas of the U.

Determined, genuine and kind: The legacy of Lauren

The University of Utah campus joins together to mourn the loss of student Lauren McCluskey.

Humans of the U: Roundup

Sharing compelling stories from the heart of the U’s campus.

MEET THE NEW LEADERSHIP TEAM

During her first six months as president, Ruth V. Watkins has visited with campus and community members, toured the state and recruited a new leadership team.

RESEARCH AWARDS PASS $500M MILESTONE

Quality of researchers and programs pays off in record-breaking funding year.

‘Secrets of the Campus Cadavers’

New U podcast tells story of found remains.

Staff parental leave

Beginning Jan. 1, 2019, the University of Utah will begin offering full-time benefited employees paid parental leave for the birth or adoption of a child.

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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Well-being Navigation Program guides students to health and wellness resources

Student Affairs is launching a Well-being Navigation Program in fall 2024 to provide no cost personalized guidance, coping strategies, health education, and referrals.

Humans of the U: Raquel Ayala Falabella

“I love meeting new people and bringing them into a circle where they feel like they can belong.”

Humans of the U: Nick Baret

“I learned during my internship how to work through something failing for months and not give up.”

@theU May 20, 2024

See what’s happening this week at the U!

Can coal mines be tapped for rare earth elements?

New research documents elevated levels of these metals, needed for energy transition, above and below coal seams in Utah and Colorado.

A bright future for the John and Marcia Price College of Engineering

A new facility will house the Kahlert School of Computing as well as other engineering programs.

Provide input for SVP of Health Sciences and CEO of U of U Health search

A nationwide search is underway to find the successor for current Senior Vice President of Health Sciences Michael Good.

Humans of the U: Vivek Anandh

“If you are an aspiring entrepreneur at the U, my advice is to find a problem that affects you or someone in your community and see what you can do.”

Sunnyside Apartments open to U staff

Full-time university employees who are interested in residing at Sunnyside are eligible to stay for one year with the possibility to renew for one additional year. 

Congratulations to 2024 prestigious scholarship winners

The University of Utah is proud to announce the school’s 2024 recipients, finalists, semi-finalists and alternates for nationally prestigious scholarships.

Well-being Navigation Program guides students to health and wellness resources

Student Affairs is launching a Well-being Navigation Program in fall 2024 to provide no cost personalized guidance, coping strategies, health education, and referrals.

Humans of the U: Raquel Ayala Falabella

“I love meeting new people and bringing them into a circle where they feel like they can belong.”

Humans of the U: Nick Baret

“I learned during my internship how to work through something failing for months and not give up.”

@theU May 20, 2024

See what’s happening this week at the U!

Can coal mines be tapped for rare earth elements?

New research documents elevated levels of these metals, needed for energy transition, above and below coal seams in Utah and Colorado.

A bright future for the John and Marcia Price College of Engineering

A new facility will house the Kahlert School of Computing as well as other engineering programs.

Provide input for SVP of Health Sciences and CEO of U of U Health search

A nationwide search is underway to find the successor for current Senior Vice President of Health Sciences Michael Good.

Humans of the U: Vivek Anandh

“If you are an aspiring entrepreneur at the U, my advice is to find a problem that affects you or someone in your community and see what you can do.”

Sunnyside Apartments open to U staff

Full-time university employees who are interested in residing at Sunnyside are eligible to stay for one year with the possibility to renew for one additional year. 

Congratulations to 2024 prestigious scholarship winners

The University of Utah is proud to announce the school’s 2024 recipients, finalists, semi-finalists and alternates for nationally prestigious scholarships.

Well-being Navigation Program guides students to health and wellness resources

Student Affairs is launching a Well-being Navigation Program in fall 2024 to provide no cost personalized guidance, coping strategies, health education, and referrals.

Humans of the U: Raquel Ayala Falabella

“I love meeting new people and bringing them into a circle where they feel like they can belong.”

Humans of the U: Nick Baret

“I learned during my internship how to work through something failing for months and not give up.”

@theU May 20, 2024

See what’s happening this week at the U!

Can coal mines be tapped for rare earth elements?

New research documents elevated levels of these metals, needed for energy transition, above and below coal seams in Utah and Colorado.

A bright future for the John and Marcia Price College of Engineering

A new facility will house the Kahlert School of Computing as well as other engineering programs.

Provide input for SVP of Health Sciences and CEO of U of U Health search

A nationwide search is underway to find the successor for current Senior Vice President of Health Sciences Michael Good.

Humans of the U: Vivek Anandh

“If you are an aspiring entrepreneur at the U, my advice is to find a problem that affects you or someone in your community and see what you can do.”

Sunnyside Apartments open to U staff

Full-time university employees who are interested in residing at Sunnyside are eligible to stay for one year with the possibility to renew for one additional year. 

Congratulations to 2024 prestigious scholarship winners

The University of Utah is proud to announce the school’s 2024 recipients, finalists, semi-finalists and alternates for nationally prestigious scholarships.

Well-being Navigation Program guides students to health and wellness resources

Student Affairs is launching a Well-being Navigation Program in fall 2024 to provide no cost personalized guidance, coping strategies, health education, and referrals.

Humans of the U: Raquel Ayala Falabella

“I love meeting new people and bringing them into a circle where they feel like they can belong.”

Humans of the U: Nick Baret

“I learned during my internship how to work through something failing for months and not give up.”

@theU May 20, 2024

See what’s happening this week at the U!

Can coal mines be tapped for rare earth elements?

New research documents elevated levels of these metals, needed for energy transition, above and below coal seams in Utah and Colorado.

A bright future for the John and Marcia Price College of Engineering

A new facility will house the Kahlert School of Computing as well as other engineering programs.

Provide input for SVP of Health Sciences and CEO of U of U Health search

A nationwide search is underway to find the successor for current Senior Vice President of Health Sciences Michael Good.

Humans of the U: Vivek Anandh

“If you are an aspiring entrepreneur at the U, my advice is to find a problem that affects you or someone in your community and see what you can do.”

Sunnyside Apartments open to U staff

Full-time university employees who are interested in residing at Sunnyside are eligible to stay for one year with the possibility to renew for one additional year. 

Congratulations to 2024 prestigious scholarship winners

The University of Utah is proud to announce the school’s 2024 recipients, finalists, semi-finalists and alternates for nationally prestigious scholarships.

 
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