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New year, new parking options

Starting today, there are new parking lots opening, shuttle routes starting and special prizes for those who use public transportation.

Understanding female infertility

Researchers identify genes associated with polycystic ovary syndrome.

Protecting our winters

Rising temperatures and other compounding factors are impacting our snowfall and our snowpack. Pledge to cut down on your carbon footprint this winter. And forever.

 

Transformative storytelling

An interdisciplinary partnership brings “Healthcare: Stories of Illness and Wellness” to campus.

War and marriage

Ideal marriage partners drive Waorani warriors to war. Subtle coercion from in-laws also a factor.

 
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Admissions continues to innovate

The U’s newly admitted students will receive a celebratory acceptance package in the mail and are encouraged to share their excitement on social media using #NewToTheU.

How do politics and perceived risk affect vaccination willingness?

A pre-COVID study explores how we perceive disease risk.

Humans of the U: Bryan Hubain

“I created the ‘I Am U Thriving’ initiative to show—and not just tell—those who feel marginalized that they are not alone and they can thrive here at the University of Utah.”

Coronavirus testing: What you should know for spring semester

Knowing how many infections there are and how fast that infection is spreading to others helps inform strategies to contain the virus and helps us plan to take care of the people that become sick from the virus.

Handling racist and bias incidents on campus

The Office of the Chief Safety Officer has a new liaison to coordinate community engagement initiatives with organizations across campus, as well as implement new response protocols developed by the Racist and Bias Incident Response Team.

Good and necessary

Why “Good Trouble” is the theme for MLK Week 2021.

Embracing community engagement

U of U Health is committed to addressing difficult challenges so that every individual has an equal opportunity to live a healthy life.

More than half of COVID-19 health care workers at risk for mental health problems

The daily toll of COVID-19 overlooks a shadowy set of casualties: the rising risk of mental health problems among health care professionals working on the front lines.

Did you know John Lewis spoke at the U?

If you haven’t been at the U for at least five years, you may not know that we had the privilege to hear from U.S. Rep. John Lewis on campus in 2015.

Spring ‘Internship & Career Days’ kicks off

Connect virtually with local and national employers who are currently hiring positions related to a variety of majors and industries.

Admissions continues to innovate

The U’s newly admitted students will receive a celebratory acceptance package in the mail and are encouraged to share their excitement on social media using #NewToTheU.

How do politics and perceived risk affect vaccination willingness?

A pre-COVID study explores how we perceive disease risk.

Humans of the U: Bryan Hubain

“I created the ‘I Am U Thriving’ initiative to show—and not just tell—those who feel marginalized that they are not alone and they can thrive here at the University of Utah.”

Coronavirus testing: What you should know for spring semester

Knowing how many infections there are and how fast that infection is spreading to others helps inform strategies to contain the virus and helps us plan to take care of the people that become sick from the virus.

Handling racist and bias incidents on campus

The Office of the Chief Safety Officer has a new liaison to coordinate community engagement initiatives with organizations across campus, as well as implement new response protocols developed by the Racist and Bias Incident Response Team.

Good and necessary

Why “Good Trouble” is the theme for MLK Week 2021.

Embracing community engagement

U of U Health is committed to addressing difficult challenges so that every individual has an equal opportunity to live a healthy life.

More than half of COVID-19 health care workers at risk for mental health problems

The daily toll of COVID-19 overlooks a shadowy set of casualties: the rising risk of mental health problems among health care professionals working on the front lines.

Did you know John Lewis spoke at the U?

If you haven’t been at the U for at least five years, you may not know that we had the privilege to hear from U.S. Rep. John Lewis on campus in 2015.

Spring ‘Internship & Career Days’ kicks off

Connect virtually with local and national employers who are currently hiring positions related to a variety of majors and industries.

Admissions continues to innovate

The U’s newly admitted students will receive a celebratory acceptance package in the mail and are encouraged to share their excitement on social media using #NewToTheU.

How do politics and perceived risk affect vaccination willingness?

A pre-COVID study explores how we perceive disease risk.

Humans of the U: Bryan Hubain

“I created the ‘I Am U Thriving’ initiative to show—and not just tell—those who feel marginalized that they are not alone and they can thrive here at the University of Utah.”

Coronavirus testing: What you should know for spring semester

Knowing how many infections there are and how fast that infection is spreading to others helps inform strategies to contain the virus and helps us plan to take care of the people that become sick from the virus.

Handling racist and bias incidents on campus

The Office of the Chief Safety Officer has a new liaison to coordinate community engagement initiatives with organizations across campus, as well as implement new response protocols developed by the Racist and Bias Incident Response Team.

Good and necessary

Why “Good Trouble” is the theme for MLK Week 2021.

Embracing community engagement

U of U Health is committed to addressing difficult challenges so that every individual has an equal opportunity to live a healthy life.

More than half of COVID-19 health care workers at risk for mental health problems

The daily toll of COVID-19 overlooks a shadowy set of casualties: the rising risk of mental health problems among health care professionals working on the front lines.

Did you know John Lewis spoke at the U?

If you haven’t been at the U for at least five years, you may not know that we had the privilege to hear from U.S. Rep. John Lewis on campus in 2015.

Spring ‘Internship & Career Days’ kicks off

Connect virtually with local and national employers who are currently hiring positions related to a variety of majors and industries.

Admissions continues to innovate

The U’s newly admitted students will receive a celebratory acceptance package in the mail and are encouraged to share their excitement on social media using #NewToTheU.

How do politics and perceived risk affect vaccination willingness?

A pre-COVID study explores how we perceive disease risk.

Humans of the U: Bryan Hubain

“I created the ‘I Am U Thriving’ initiative to show—and not just tell—those who feel marginalized that they are not alone and they can thrive here at the University of Utah.”

Coronavirus testing: What you should know for spring semester

Knowing how many infections there are and how fast that infection is spreading to others helps inform strategies to contain the virus and helps us plan to take care of the people that become sick from the virus.

Handling racist and bias incidents on campus

The Office of the Chief Safety Officer has a new liaison to coordinate community engagement initiatives with organizations across campus, as well as implement new response protocols developed by the Racist and Bias Incident Response Team.

Good and necessary

Why “Good Trouble” is the theme for MLK Week 2021.

Embracing community engagement

U of U Health is committed to addressing difficult challenges so that every individual has an equal opportunity to live a healthy life.

More than half of COVID-19 health care workers at risk for mental health problems

The daily toll of COVID-19 overlooks a shadowy set of casualties: the rising risk of mental health problems among health care professionals working on the front lines.

Did you know John Lewis spoke at the U?

If you haven’t been at the U for at least five years, you may not know that we had the privilege to hear from U.S. Rep. John Lewis on campus in 2015.

Spring ‘Internship & Career Days’ kicks off

Connect virtually with local and national employers who are currently hiring positions related to a variety of majors and industries.

 
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