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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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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

The U reaches 71% renewable energy

A new solar energy contract drastically reduces the university’s carbon footprint.

Commuter success stories: Nikayla Spriggs

Once you get into a routine, riding UTA is a breeze!

Marriott Library digital exhibit finds echoes of today’s pandemic news in century-old headlines

Newspapers show how face coverings, quarantines and closed public venues were a part of life as the 1918 influenza pandemic swept through Utah.

Tickets for Vice Presidential Debate, U students only

On Tuesday, Sept. 29, all currently enrolled students may enter to win a seat in Kingsbury Hall for the Vice Presidential Debate.

The public health rationale for a two-week shift to online-only courses

By planning for a break mid-semester, we have the opportunity to disrupt transmission and reduce case counts.

U launches new Center for Violence Prevention

The center will complement the work that is already being done at the U that really improved our response by looking at relationship and sexual violence from a primary prevention lens.

Brushes of greatness

The “Utah Women 2020” mural in downtown Salt Lake City, commemorating the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment, features more than 250 women, including University of Utah alumni, faculty and staff.

To be cybersecure, we must all do our part

Now more than ever, the internet consumes a huge part of our lives — at work, school and home.

The Constitution, political norms and the future of the Supreme Court

What is “fair” when it comes to choosing the next justice?

Pac-12 announces return to play

There will be no fans at any athletic competitions until Jan. 1, 2021.

The U reaches 71% renewable energy

A new solar energy contract drastically reduces the university’s carbon footprint.

Commuter success stories: Nikayla Spriggs

Once you get into a routine, riding UTA is a breeze!

Marriott Library digital exhibit finds echoes of today’s pandemic news in century-old headlines

Newspapers show how face coverings, quarantines and closed public venues were a part of life as the 1918 influenza pandemic swept through Utah.

Tickets for Vice Presidential Debate, U students only

On Tuesday, Sept. 29, all currently enrolled students may enter to win a seat in Kingsbury Hall for the Vice Presidential Debate.

The public health rationale for a two-week shift to online-only courses

By planning for a break mid-semester, we have the opportunity to disrupt transmission and reduce case counts.

U launches new Center for Violence Prevention

The center will complement the work that is already being done at the U that really improved our response by looking at relationship and sexual violence from a primary prevention lens.

Brushes of greatness

The “Utah Women 2020” mural in downtown Salt Lake City, commemorating the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment, features more than 250 women, including University of Utah alumni, faculty and staff.

To be cybersecure, we must all do our part

Now more than ever, the internet consumes a huge part of our lives — at work, school and home.

The Constitution, political norms and the future of the Supreme Court

What is “fair” when it comes to choosing the next justice?

Pac-12 announces return to play

There will be no fans at any athletic competitions until Jan. 1, 2021.

The U reaches 71% renewable energy

A new solar energy contract drastically reduces the university’s carbon footprint.

Commuter success stories: Nikayla Spriggs

Once you get into a routine, riding UTA is a breeze!

Marriott Library digital exhibit finds echoes of today’s pandemic news in century-old headlines

Newspapers show how face coverings, quarantines and closed public venues were a part of life as the 1918 influenza pandemic swept through Utah.

Tickets for Vice Presidential Debate, U students only

On Tuesday, Sept. 29, all currently enrolled students may enter to win a seat in Kingsbury Hall for the Vice Presidential Debate.

The public health rationale for a two-week shift to online-only courses

By planning for a break mid-semester, we have the opportunity to disrupt transmission and reduce case counts.

U launches new Center for Violence Prevention

The center will complement the work that is already being done at the U that really improved our response by looking at relationship and sexual violence from a primary prevention lens.

Brushes of greatness

The “Utah Women 2020” mural in downtown Salt Lake City, commemorating the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment, features more than 250 women, including University of Utah alumni, faculty and staff.

To be cybersecure, we must all do our part

Now more than ever, the internet consumes a huge part of our lives — at work, school and home.

The Constitution, political norms and the future of the Supreme Court

What is “fair” when it comes to choosing the next justice?

Pac-12 announces return to play

There will be no fans at any athletic competitions until Jan. 1, 2021.

The U reaches 71% renewable energy

A new solar energy contract drastically reduces the university’s carbon footprint.

Commuter success stories: Nikayla Spriggs

Once you get into a routine, riding UTA is a breeze!

Marriott Library digital exhibit finds echoes of today’s pandemic news in century-old headlines

Newspapers show how face coverings, quarantines and closed public venues were a part of life as the 1918 influenza pandemic swept through Utah.

Tickets for Vice Presidential Debate, U students only

On Tuesday, Sept. 29, all currently enrolled students may enter to win a seat in Kingsbury Hall for the Vice Presidential Debate.

The public health rationale for a two-week shift to online-only courses

By planning for a break mid-semester, we have the opportunity to disrupt transmission and reduce case counts.

U launches new Center for Violence Prevention

The center will complement the work that is already being done at the U that really improved our response by looking at relationship and sexual violence from a primary prevention lens.

Brushes of greatness

The “Utah Women 2020” mural in downtown Salt Lake City, commemorating the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment, features more than 250 women, including University of Utah alumni, faculty and staff.

To be cybersecure, we must all do our part

Now more than ever, the internet consumes a huge part of our lives — at work, school and home.

The Constitution, political norms and the future of the Supreme Court

What is “fair” when it comes to choosing the next justice?

Pac-12 announces return to play

There will be no fans at any athletic competitions until Jan. 1, 2021.

 
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