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Staff parental leave benefit

Beginning Jan. 1, 2019, the U began offering full-time benefited staff paid parental leave for the birth or adoption of a child.

Catmull to receive Academy Award

U College of Engineering alum, Ed Catmull, the president of Pixar Animation and Walt Disney Animation whose technological advancements in computer animation revolutionized Hollywood movies, will be awarded his sixth scientific and technical Academy Award this February.

Chemistry in spaaaaace

An experiment sent engineered plants to the International Space Station.

Dust threatens to destroy Utah’s snow

Declining water levels in the Great Salt Lake contribute to snowmelt.

Why patients lie to their doctors

A U study shows fear of being judged and embarrassed are among the reasons.

Making Utah a trauma-informed state

College of Social Work playing key effort in helping state agencies understand how trauma informs behavior.

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First-Gen Con 2024

The University of Utah’s Center for First-Generation Success and the J. Willard Marriott Library hosted this years first gen conference.

This powerful tool helps you treat other people better — especially when you disagree

Description Tim Shriver created The Dignity Index to shift how we interact with other people in all facets of life — from public and political conversations to daily engagements with those who are different from us or who hold views we don’t share. In this episode of U Rising, Shriver talks with host Chris Nelson […]

Humans of the U: Alyssa Pretty On Top

“Coming to college is better than I could have imagined with all the resources I have access to. I’m still looking through the U’s website and finding new resources I didn’t even know about.”

Humans of the U: Bella Tukuafu Johnson

“For me, my master’s program was taking a leap of faith but everything about it has been ridiculously amazing for me.”

@theU April 15, 2024

See what’s happening this week at the U!

Stadium, Arena & Campus Event Services is here to serve the U community

Rice-Eccles Stadium and the Jon M. Huntsman Center have many exciting, large events on the horizon.

4 Earth Month books to read this April

These titles are rooted in appreciating and understanding the natural world.

Treating chronic pain with ultrasound

U researchers demonstrate potential of new technology that stimulates regions of the deep brain.

The Great Utah ShakeOut and campus emergency response exercises

A decision was made a few years ago to not hold the traditional drill during ShakeOut week because of its impact on our academic operation.

Remembering Ted Wilson

The U is mourning the loss of Ted Wilson, teacher and mentor to generations of Hinckley Institute of Politics interns and politicians alike.

First-Gen Con 2024

The University of Utah’s Center for First-Generation Success and the J. Willard Marriott Library hosted this years first gen conference.

This powerful tool helps you treat other people better — especially when you disagree

Description Tim Shriver created The Dignity Index to shift how we interact with other people in all facets of life — from public and political conversations to daily engagements with those who are different from us or who hold views we don’t share. In this episode of U Rising, Shriver talks with host Chris Nelson […]

Humans of the U: Alyssa Pretty On Top

“Coming to college is better than I could have imagined with all the resources I have access to. I’m still looking through the U’s website and finding new resources I didn’t even know about.”

Humans of the U: Bella Tukuafu Johnson

“For me, my master’s program was taking a leap of faith but everything about it has been ridiculously amazing for me.”

@theU April 15, 2024

See what’s happening this week at the U!

Stadium, Arena & Campus Event Services is here to serve the U community

Rice-Eccles Stadium and the Jon M. Huntsman Center have many exciting, large events on the horizon.

4 Earth Month books to read this April

These titles are rooted in appreciating and understanding the natural world.

Treating chronic pain with ultrasound

U researchers demonstrate potential of new technology that stimulates regions of the deep brain.

The Great Utah ShakeOut and campus emergency response exercises

A decision was made a few years ago to not hold the traditional drill during ShakeOut week because of its impact on our academic operation.

Remembering Ted Wilson

The U is mourning the loss of Ted Wilson, teacher and mentor to generations of Hinckley Institute of Politics interns and politicians alike.

First-Gen Con 2024

The University of Utah’s Center for First-Generation Success and the J. Willard Marriott Library hosted this years first gen conference.

This powerful tool helps you treat other people better — especially when you disagree

Description Tim Shriver created The Dignity Index to shift how we interact with other people in all facets of life — from public and political conversations to daily engagements with those who are different from us or who hold views we don’t share. In this episode of U Rising, Shriver talks with host Chris Nelson […]

Humans of the U: Alyssa Pretty On Top

“Coming to college is better than I could have imagined with all the resources I have access to. I’m still looking through the U’s website and finding new resources I didn’t even know about.”

Humans of the U: Bella Tukuafu Johnson

“For me, my master’s program was taking a leap of faith but everything about it has been ridiculously amazing for me.”

@theU April 15, 2024

See what’s happening this week at the U!

Stadium, Arena & Campus Event Services is here to serve the U community

Rice-Eccles Stadium and the Jon M. Huntsman Center have many exciting, large events on the horizon.

4 Earth Month books to read this April

These titles are rooted in appreciating and understanding the natural world.

Treating chronic pain with ultrasound

U researchers demonstrate potential of new technology that stimulates regions of the deep brain.

The Great Utah ShakeOut and campus emergency response exercises

A decision was made a few years ago to not hold the traditional drill during ShakeOut week because of its impact on our academic operation.

Remembering Ted Wilson

The U is mourning the loss of Ted Wilson, teacher and mentor to generations of Hinckley Institute of Politics interns and politicians alike.

First-Gen Con 2024

The University of Utah’s Center for First-Generation Success and the J. Willard Marriott Library hosted this years first gen conference.

This powerful tool helps you treat other people better — especially when you disagree

Description Tim Shriver created The Dignity Index to shift how we interact with other people in all facets of life — from public and political conversations to daily engagements with those who are different from us or who hold views we don’t share. In this episode of U Rising, Shriver talks with host Chris Nelson […]

Humans of the U: Alyssa Pretty On Top

“Coming to college is better than I could have imagined with all the resources I have access to. I’m still looking through the U’s website and finding new resources I didn’t even know about.”

Humans of the U: Bella Tukuafu Johnson

“For me, my master’s program was taking a leap of faith but everything about it has been ridiculously amazing for me.”

@theU April 15, 2024

See what’s happening this week at the U!

Stadium, Arena & Campus Event Services is here to serve the U community

Rice-Eccles Stadium and the Jon M. Huntsman Center have many exciting, large events on the horizon.

4 Earth Month books to read this April

These titles are rooted in appreciating and understanding the natural world.

Treating chronic pain with ultrasound

U researchers demonstrate potential of new technology that stimulates regions of the deep brain.

The Great Utah ShakeOut and campus emergency response exercises

A decision was made a few years ago to not hold the traditional drill during ShakeOut week because of its impact on our academic operation.

Remembering Ted Wilson

The U is mourning the loss of Ted Wilson, teacher and mentor to generations of Hinckley Institute of Politics interns and politicians alike.

 
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