@ The U Newsletter

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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2021 Supercross finals coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Plan your commute: The 2021 event will impact traffic lanes along 500 South and Guardsman way for two weeks.

COVID-19 testing is still important after vaccination

You could be carrying the virus and not know it.

The wilderness idea

How a letter from a U alum helped to open up millions of acres of land to the public.

Parts of the whole

Highlights from the 2021 Pride Week at the U.

Using sound waves to make patterns that never repeat

Collaboration between mathematicians and engineers could lead to customizable materials.

Indigenous land-use reduced catastrophic wildfires on the Fish Lake Plateau

1,000 years ago, Indigenous people practiced cultural burning, which reduced the risk for large-scale wildfire activity in mountain environments—even during periods of drought more extreme and prolonged than today.

Student composers create the sound of art

Art and music come together in this new collaboration.

Add digital literacy to any major with the Cyber Summer program

The past year has taught us many lessons, and one of those is that digital literacy is more important than ever.

Beloved favorites plus new creations in Spring Utah Ballet

Performances will be livestreamed for free on April 22-24.

Using emotion and humor to combat science misinformation

Communications professor publishes study examining the use of humor in science information.

2021 Supercross finals coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Plan your commute: The 2021 event will impact traffic lanes along 500 South and Guardsman way for two weeks.

COVID-19 testing is still important after vaccination

You could be carrying the virus and not know it.

The wilderness idea

How a letter from a U alum helped to open up millions of acres of land to the public.

Parts of the whole

Highlights from the 2021 Pride Week at the U.

Using sound waves to make patterns that never repeat

Collaboration between mathematicians and engineers could lead to customizable materials.

Indigenous land-use reduced catastrophic wildfires on the Fish Lake Plateau

1,000 years ago, Indigenous people practiced cultural burning, which reduced the risk for large-scale wildfire activity in mountain environments—even during periods of drought more extreme and prolonged than today.

Student composers create the sound of art

Art and music come together in this new collaboration.

Add digital literacy to any major with the Cyber Summer program

The past year has taught us many lessons, and one of those is that digital literacy is more important than ever.

Beloved favorites plus new creations in Spring Utah Ballet

Performances will be livestreamed for free on April 22-24.

Using emotion and humor to combat science misinformation

Communications professor publishes study examining the use of humor in science information.

2021 Supercross finals coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Plan your commute: The 2021 event will impact traffic lanes along 500 South and Guardsman way for two weeks.

COVID-19 testing is still important after vaccination

You could be carrying the virus and not know it.

The wilderness idea

How a letter from a U alum helped to open up millions of acres of land to the public.

Parts of the whole

Highlights from the 2021 Pride Week at the U.

Using sound waves to make patterns that never repeat

Collaboration between mathematicians and engineers could lead to customizable materials.

Indigenous land-use reduced catastrophic wildfires on the Fish Lake Plateau

1,000 years ago, Indigenous people practiced cultural burning, which reduced the risk for large-scale wildfire activity in mountain environments—even during periods of drought more extreme and prolonged than today.

Student composers create the sound of art

Art and music come together in this new collaboration.

Add digital literacy to any major with the Cyber Summer program

The past year has taught us many lessons, and one of those is that digital literacy is more important than ever.

Beloved favorites plus new creations in Spring Utah Ballet

Performances will be livestreamed for free on April 22-24.

Using emotion and humor to combat science misinformation

Communications professor publishes study examining the use of humor in science information.

2021 Supercross finals coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Plan your commute: The 2021 event will impact traffic lanes along 500 South and Guardsman way for two weeks.

COVID-19 testing is still important after vaccination

You could be carrying the virus and not know it.

The wilderness idea

How a letter from a U alum helped to open up millions of acres of land to the public.

Parts of the whole

Highlights from the 2021 Pride Week at the U.

Using sound waves to make patterns that never repeat

Collaboration between mathematicians and engineers could lead to customizable materials.

Indigenous land-use reduced catastrophic wildfires on the Fish Lake Plateau

1,000 years ago, Indigenous people practiced cultural burning, which reduced the risk for large-scale wildfire activity in mountain environments—even during periods of drought more extreme and prolonged than today.

Student composers create the sound of art

Art and music come together in this new collaboration.

Add digital literacy to any major with the Cyber Summer program

The past year has taught us many lessons, and one of those is that digital literacy is more important than ever.

Beloved favorites plus new creations in Spring Utah Ballet

Performances will be livestreamed for free on April 22-24.

Using emotion and humor to combat science misinformation

Communications professor publishes study examining the use of humor in science information.

 
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