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First Dark Sky Studies minor in the U.S.

Keck Foundation awards $250,000 to fund the transdisciplinary program.

E-Bikes on campus

An e-bike is your department’s solution to improve employee health and air quality.

Sundance sponsor

Ten ways the U is teaming up with the Sundance Film Festival.

Vicente Fox to speak at Kingsbury Hall

Tanner Humanities Center, in partnership with the World Trade Center Utah, will host former president of Mexico on Feb. 12.

Key to a long life: Genes

Utah population database plays a key role in new finding.

‘Miracle Material’ put to the test

U physicist Valy Vardeny builds machines for an emerging field of next-generation electronics, called spintronics.

Art is a right—not a Luxury

U art class to unveil and dedicate nine murals in Murray, Utah.

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What factors put Philippine birds at risk of extinction?

Correlating bird traits with extinction risk suggests some birds more endangered than previously thought.

Studying the pre-teen brain for insights into mental health disorders

fMRI scans of brain activity in more than 6,000 nine- and ten-year-old children are the foundation of the largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the U.S.

8 stunning wildflowers to see right now in Wasatch Foothills

Take a walk in the foothills above the museum in early June and you will find that it is absolutely carpeted with wildflowers in an array of gorgeous hues.

U wins top communication and fundraising awards

High praise for several publications on campus.

Jimmy Pratt joins gymnastics coaching staff

Pratt will serve as Utah’s primary vault coach.

Meet Valerie Flattes: Associate Dean for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) at the College of Nursing

In her new role, Dr. Flattes will lead initiatives to integrate equity, diversity, and inclusion into college culture.

U contributes to first-ever nationwide mammal survey

A new 50-state survey shows Utah in the top 10 nationally for raccoons, bobcats and red foxes.

Honoring Juneteenth in 2021

What does Juneteenth mean to you?

Humans of the U: Dani Nives

A Master of Social Work student leads a program that has successfully housed over 30 individuals experiencing homelessness.

Cause and scope of the Uttarakhand disaster

In February, the Uttarakhand region of India experienced a humanitarian tragedy when a wall of rock and ice collapsed and formed a debris flow.

What factors put Philippine birds at risk of extinction?

Correlating bird traits with extinction risk suggests some birds more endangered than previously thought.

Studying the pre-teen brain for insights into mental health disorders

fMRI scans of brain activity in more than 6,000 nine- and ten-year-old children are the foundation of the largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the U.S.

8 stunning wildflowers to see right now in Wasatch Foothills

Take a walk in the foothills above the museum in early June and you will find that it is absolutely carpeted with wildflowers in an array of gorgeous hues.

U wins top communication and fundraising awards

High praise for several publications on campus.

Jimmy Pratt joins gymnastics coaching staff

Pratt will serve as Utah’s primary vault coach.

Meet Valerie Flattes: Associate Dean for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) at the College of Nursing

In her new role, Dr. Flattes will lead initiatives to integrate equity, diversity, and inclusion into college culture.

U contributes to first-ever nationwide mammal survey

A new 50-state survey shows Utah in the top 10 nationally for raccoons, bobcats and red foxes.

Honoring Juneteenth in 2021

What does Juneteenth mean to you?

Humans of the U: Dani Nives

A Master of Social Work student leads a program that has successfully housed over 30 individuals experiencing homelessness.

Cause and scope of the Uttarakhand disaster

In February, the Uttarakhand region of India experienced a humanitarian tragedy when a wall of rock and ice collapsed and formed a debris flow.

What factors put Philippine birds at risk of extinction?

Correlating bird traits with extinction risk suggests some birds more endangered than previously thought.

Studying the pre-teen brain for insights into mental health disorders

fMRI scans of brain activity in more than 6,000 nine- and ten-year-old children are the foundation of the largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the U.S.

8 stunning wildflowers to see right now in Wasatch Foothills

Take a walk in the foothills above the museum in early June and you will find that it is absolutely carpeted with wildflowers in an array of gorgeous hues.

U wins top communication and fundraising awards

High praise for several publications on campus.

Jimmy Pratt joins gymnastics coaching staff

Pratt will serve as Utah’s primary vault coach.

Meet Valerie Flattes: Associate Dean for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) at the College of Nursing

In her new role, Dr. Flattes will lead initiatives to integrate equity, diversity, and inclusion into college culture.

U contributes to first-ever nationwide mammal survey

A new 50-state survey shows Utah in the top 10 nationally for raccoons, bobcats and red foxes.

Honoring Juneteenth in 2021

What does Juneteenth mean to you?

Humans of the U: Dani Nives

A Master of Social Work student leads a program that has successfully housed over 30 individuals experiencing homelessness.

Cause and scope of the Uttarakhand disaster

In February, the Uttarakhand region of India experienced a humanitarian tragedy when a wall of rock and ice collapsed and formed a debris flow.

What factors put Philippine birds at risk of extinction?

Correlating bird traits with extinction risk suggests some birds more endangered than previously thought.

Studying the pre-teen brain for insights into mental health disorders

fMRI scans of brain activity in more than 6,000 nine- and ten-year-old children are the foundation of the largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the U.S.

8 stunning wildflowers to see right now in Wasatch Foothills

Take a walk in the foothills above the museum in early June and you will find that it is absolutely carpeted with wildflowers in an array of gorgeous hues.

U wins top communication and fundraising awards

High praise for several publications on campus.

Jimmy Pratt joins gymnastics coaching staff

Pratt will serve as Utah’s primary vault coach.

Meet Valerie Flattes: Associate Dean for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) at the College of Nursing

In her new role, Dr. Flattes will lead initiatives to integrate equity, diversity, and inclusion into college culture.

U contributes to first-ever nationwide mammal survey

A new 50-state survey shows Utah in the top 10 nationally for raccoons, bobcats and red foxes.

Honoring Juneteenth in 2021

What does Juneteenth mean to you?

Humans of the U: Dani Nives

A Master of Social Work student leads a program that has successfully housed over 30 individuals experiencing homelessness.

Cause and scope of the Uttarakhand disaster

In February, the Uttarakhand region of India experienced a humanitarian tragedy when a wall of rock and ice collapsed and formed a debris flow.

 
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