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The power of grassroots movements

The U’s 35th annual MLK Week celebration features writer, community organizer and queer feminist Charlene Carruthers.

‘Keeping U Safe’ fair

Join the Union Programming Council in the Union East Ballroom, Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019, from 11 a.m.-1p.m.

Healing chronic pain and opioid addiction

Eric Garland, associate dean for research at the College of Social Work, has been appointed to a Multidisciplinary Working Group focused on a $1.1 billion federal effort to speed scientific solutions to stem the opioid crisis.

What ‘One U’ can do

University of Utah research had a stellar year. Watch U Health’s video to learn more about it.

Distinguished service to women

Nominations are being accepted for the 2019 award honoring those who selflessly give their time and energy to improve the educational and/or working environment for other women at the university.

Race, place and the politics of pollution

Robert Bullard will discuss the ways that justice, sustainability and human rights are inextricably linked.

 
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2021 Crime Statistics Reports Released

Under the Clery Act, U.S. higher education institutions are required to gather information about all crimes committed within the main campus boundary and in nearby neighborhoods.

Law hosts debate focused on abortion shield laws

Legal experts will argue opposing views about whether or not ‘shield laws’ run contrary to the principles of U.S. federalism and constitutional law.

Vaccination clinics

The new COVID booster bivalent vaccine and flu shots are now available on campus every Thursday.

Materials stored in temperature controlled units

If you store research or pharmaceutical materials in a temperature controlled unit, it is imperative that you take action to prevent losses.

2022 University of Utah Staff Excellence Award winners

To be selected as a USEA recipient is a very high honor.

Make the University of Utah part of your legacy

October is National Estate Planning Awareness Month! 

Humans of the U: Abukar Hassan

As a recipient of the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, I want to use the opportunities I’ve received to help others.

Understanding intersectionality and its relationship to equity

Today the basic principles of intersectionality are widely accepted. Yet it remains a difficult, misunderstood, and sometimes controversial concept

Celebrating the launch of the France Davis Utah Black Archive

The J. Willard Marriott Library create a digital archive in the name of Reverend France Davis, retired pastor, father, husband, community leader, civil rights leader, educator.

U Presents former U.S. Poet Laureate and trailblazer Joy Harjo

Tanner Humanities Center Hosts Harjo, Thursday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m.

2021 Crime Statistics Reports Released

Under the Clery Act, U.S. higher education institutions are required to gather information about all crimes committed within the main campus boundary and in nearby neighborhoods.

Law hosts debate focused on abortion shield laws

Legal experts will argue opposing views about whether or not ‘shield laws’ run contrary to the principles of U.S. federalism and constitutional law.

Vaccination clinics

The new COVID booster bivalent vaccine and flu shots are now available on campus every Thursday.

Materials stored in temperature controlled units

If you store research or pharmaceutical materials in a temperature controlled unit, it is imperative that you take action to prevent losses.

2022 University of Utah Staff Excellence Award winners

To be selected as a USEA recipient is a very high honor.

Make the University of Utah part of your legacy

October is National Estate Planning Awareness Month! 

Humans of the U: Abukar Hassan

As a recipient of the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, I want to use the opportunities I’ve received to help others.

Understanding intersectionality and its relationship to equity

Today the basic principles of intersectionality are widely accepted. Yet it remains a difficult, misunderstood, and sometimes controversial concept

Celebrating the launch of the France Davis Utah Black Archive

The J. Willard Marriott Library create a digital archive in the name of Reverend France Davis, retired pastor, father, husband, community leader, civil rights leader, educator.

U Presents former U.S. Poet Laureate and trailblazer Joy Harjo

Tanner Humanities Center Hosts Harjo, Thursday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m.

2021 Crime Statistics Reports Released

Under the Clery Act, U.S. higher education institutions are required to gather information about all crimes committed within the main campus boundary and in nearby neighborhoods.

Law hosts debate focused on abortion shield laws

Legal experts will argue opposing views about whether or not ‘shield laws’ run contrary to the principles of U.S. federalism and constitutional law.

Vaccination clinics

The new COVID booster bivalent vaccine and flu shots are now available on campus every Thursday.

Materials stored in temperature controlled units

If you store research or pharmaceutical materials in a temperature controlled unit, it is imperative that you take action to prevent losses.

2022 University of Utah Staff Excellence Award winners

To be selected as a USEA recipient is a very high honor.

Make the University of Utah part of your legacy

October is National Estate Planning Awareness Month! 

Humans of the U: Abukar Hassan

As a recipient of the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, I want to use the opportunities I’ve received to help others.

Understanding intersectionality and its relationship to equity

Today the basic principles of intersectionality are widely accepted. Yet it remains a difficult, misunderstood, and sometimes controversial concept

Celebrating the launch of the France Davis Utah Black Archive

The J. Willard Marriott Library create a digital archive in the name of Reverend France Davis, retired pastor, father, husband, community leader, civil rights leader, educator.

U Presents former U.S. Poet Laureate and trailblazer Joy Harjo

Tanner Humanities Center Hosts Harjo, Thursday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m.

2021 Crime Statistics Reports Released

Under the Clery Act, U.S. higher education institutions are required to gather information about all crimes committed within the main campus boundary and in nearby neighborhoods.

Law hosts debate focused on abortion shield laws

Legal experts will argue opposing views about whether or not ‘shield laws’ run contrary to the principles of U.S. federalism and constitutional law.

Vaccination clinics

The new COVID booster bivalent vaccine and flu shots are now available on campus every Thursday.

Materials stored in temperature controlled units

If you store research or pharmaceutical materials in a temperature controlled unit, it is imperative that you take action to prevent losses.

2022 University of Utah Staff Excellence Award winners

To be selected as a USEA recipient is a very high honor.

Make the University of Utah part of your legacy

October is National Estate Planning Awareness Month! 

Humans of the U: Abukar Hassan

As a recipient of the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, I want to use the opportunities I’ve received to help others.

Understanding intersectionality and its relationship to equity

Today the basic principles of intersectionality are widely accepted. Yet it remains a difficult, misunderstood, and sometimes controversial concept

Celebrating the launch of the France Davis Utah Black Archive

The J. Willard Marriott Library create a digital archive in the name of Reverend France Davis, retired pastor, father, husband, community leader, civil rights leader, educator.

U Presents former U.S. Poet Laureate and trailblazer Joy Harjo

Tanner Humanities Center Hosts Harjo, Thursday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m.

 
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