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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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How U alumni helped invent the catalytic converter

The catalytic converter, which removes toxic gases from car exhaust, owes its invention partly to U alumni working at Corning Incorporated in the 1970s.

Vice Presidential Debate commuter impact

Many of these impacts are needed to accommodate staging equipment, work trailers and satellite trucks vital to making the debate a worldwide success.

Circuit Breaker & VP Debate FAQ

What you need to know about access to campus from Sunday, Sept. 27 through Sunday, Oct. 11.

Flu shots now available

Protect yourself and your community.

U launches asymptomatic random testing program

The program will help determine prevalence of COVID-19 on campus and identify any outbreak hotspots.

Face covering myths debunked

Addressing the common misconceptions about face coverings using scientific evidence.

Stay informed on the 2020 elections

As the host to the upcoming vice presidential debate, the U has been hard at work finding ways to incorporate the debate into fall programming.

Why the vice presidential debate matters to Utah

On Oct. 7, 2020, the vice presidential candidates will take the stage at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus.

Seismic monitoring may improve early warnings for glacial lake outburst floods

Seismic stations may provide a real-time, remote monitoring system to give early warnings of glacial lake outburst floods that devastate downstream communities. Global warming is drastically increasing the risk of these floods.

Confronting our racism

Introducing the Friday Forum series on racism in higher education.

How U alumni helped invent the catalytic converter

The catalytic converter, which removes toxic gases from car exhaust, owes its invention partly to U alumni working at Corning Incorporated in the 1970s.

Vice Presidential Debate commuter impact

Many of these impacts are needed to accommodate staging equipment, work trailers and satellite trucks vital to making the debate a worldwide success.

Circuit Breaker & VP Debate FAQ

What you need to know about access to campus from Sunday, Sept. 27 through Sunday, Oct. 11.

Flu shots now available

Protect yourself and your community.

U launches asymptomatic random testing program

The program will help determine prevalence of COVID-19 on campus and identify any outbreak hotspots.

Face covering myths debunked

Addressing the common misconceptions about face coverings using scientific evidence.

Stay informed on the 2020 elections

As the host to the upcoming vice presidential debate, the U has been hard at work finding ways to incorporate the debate into fall programming.

Why the vice presidential debate matters to Utah

On Oct. 7, 2020, the vice presidential candidates will take the stage at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus.

Seismic monitoring may improve early warnings for glacial lake outburst floods

Seismic stations may provide a real-time, remote monitoring system to give early warnings of glacial lake outburst floods that devastate downstream communities. Global warming is drastically increasing the risk of these floods.

Confronting our racism

Introducing the Friday Forum series on racism in higher education.

How U alumni helped invent the catalytic converter

The catalytic converter, which removes toxic gases from car exhaust, owes its invention partly to U alumni working at Corning Incorporated in the 1970s.

Vice Presidential Debate commuter impact

Many of these impacts are needed to accommodate staging equipment, work trailers and satellite trucks vital to making the debate a worldwide success.

Circuit Breaker & VP Debate FAQ

What you need to know about access to campus from Sunday, Sept. 27 through Sunday, Oct. 11.

Flu shots now available

Protect yourself and your community.

U launches asymptomatic random testing program

The program will help determine prevalence of COVID-19 on campus and identify any outbreak hotspots.

Face covering myths debunked

Addressing the common misconceptions about face coverings using scientific evidence.

Stay informed on the 2020 elections

As the host to the upcoming vice presidential debate, the U has been hard at work finding ways to incorporate the debate into fall programming.

Why the vice presidential debate matters to Utah

On Oct. 7, 2020, the vice presidential candidates will take the stage at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus.

Seismic monitoring may improve early warnings for glacial lake outburst floods

Seismic stations may provide a real-time, remote monitoring system to give early warnings of glacial lake outburst floods that devastate downstream communities. Global warming is drastically increasing the risk of these floods.

Confronting our racism

Introducing the Friday Forum series on racism in higher education.

How U alumni helped invent the catalytic converter

The catalytic converter, which removes toxic gases from car exhaust, owes its invention partly to U alumni working at Corning Incorporated in the 1970s.

Vice Presidential Debate commuter impact

Many of these impacts are needed to accommodate staging equipment, work trailers and satellite trucks vital to making the debate a worldwide success.

Circuit Breaker & VP Debate FAQ

What you need to know about access to campus from Sunday, Sept. 27 through Sunday, Oct. 11.

Flu shots now available

Protect yourself and your community.

U launches asymptomatic random testing program

The program will help determine prevalence of COVID-19 on campus and identify any outbreak hotspots.

Face covering myths debunked

Addressing the common misconceptions about face coverings using scientific evidence.

Stay informed on the 2020 elections

As the host to the upcoming vice presidential debate, the U has been hard at work finding ways to incorporate the debate into fall programming.

Why the vice presidential debate matters to Utah

On Oct. 7, 2020, the vice presidential candidates will take the stage at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus.

Seismic monitoring may improve early warnings for glacial lake outburst floods

Seismic stations may provide a real-time, remote monitoring system to give early warnings of glacial lake outburst floods that devastate downstream communities. Global warming is drastically increasing the risk of these floods.

Confronting our racism

Introducing the Friday Forum series on racism in higher education.

 
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