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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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A delicate balance

The search for sustainable tourism and resource preservation in the American West.

The future of Great Salt Lake

Scientists, lawmakers and lake advocates discuss data-driven solutions to the lake’s critical problems.

Charting a new path forward

Since its launch in spring 2021, the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Strategy Council has been applying necessary preparations for embedding equitable systems within the U.

Overcoming obstacles of as a first-gen student

For first generation students, college can be daunting. Tiffany Do knows this intimately, and got help along the way. She pays it forward,” as she is “passionate about helping students especially first-gen in finding their place on campus.”

Dig in

This article originally appeared in University of Utah Magazine. The term water-wise landscaping often evokes images of spartan yards with gray boulders and unhospitable views. But strolling through the Red Butte Water Conservation Garden on the U’s campus, the lush foliage, verdant bushes, and blooming flowers challenge that assumption. “Planting for our climate doesn’t mean […]

Humans of the U: Major Alex Horn

My research shows there’s another stress response that helps us bond and maintain our composure during extreme stress and threat; this response has yet to be fully characterized.

Racing into summer fun

It started as a simple request from Club U asking if they could rent hammers for their pinewood derby.

President Randall begins statewide tour in Northern Utah

On the first leg of the Utah Across Utah tour, U leaders traversed from Logan to Farmington and back to Ogden.

University of Utah Statement: U.S. Supreme Court’s overturn of Roe v. Wade

The University of Utah is a state entity. As such, the university follows federal and state law.

Explore the geology of the Tour de France

U professor Peter Lippert is part of an international team of geologists explaining the forces that created the stunning landscapes of the Tour de France.

A delicate balance

The search for sustainable tourism and resource preservation in the American West.

The future of Great Salt Lake

Scientists, lawmakers and lake advocates discuss data-driven solutions to the lake’s critical problems.

Charting a new path forward

Since its launch in spring 2021, the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Strategy Council has been applying necessary preparations for embedding equitable systems within the U.

Overcoming obstacles of as a first-gen student

For first generation students, college can be daunting. Tiffany Do knows this intimately, and got help along the way. She pays it forward,” as she is “passionate about helping students especially first-gen in finding their place on campus.”

Dig in

This article originally appeared in University of Utah Magazine. The term water-wise landscaping often evokes images of spartan yards with gray boulders and unhospitable views. But strolling through the Red Butte Water Conservation Garden on the U’s campus, the lush foliage, verdant bushes, and blooming flowers challenge that assumption. “Planting for our climate doesn’t mean […]

Humans of the U: Major Alex Horn

My research shows there’s another stress response that helps us bond and maintain our composure during extreme stress and threat; this response has yet to be fully characterized.

Racing into summer fun

It started as a simple request from Club U asking if they could rent hammers for their pinewood derby.

President Randall begins statewide tour in Northern Utah

On the first leg of the Utah Across Utah tour, U leaders traversed from Logan to Farmington and back to Ogden.

University of Utah Statement: U.S. Supreme Court’s overturn of Roe v. Wade

The University of Utah is a state entity. As such, the university follows federal and state law.

Explore the geology of the Tour de France

U professor Peter Lippert is part of an international team of geologists explaining the forces that created the stunning landscapes of the Tour de France.

A delicate balance

The search for sustainable tourism and resource preservation in the American West.

The future of Great Salt Lake

Scientists, lawmakers and lake advocates discuss data-driven solutions to the lake’s critical problems.

Charting a new path forward

Since its launch in spring 2021, the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Strategy Council has been applying necessary preparations for embedding equitable systems within the U.

Overcoming obstacles of as a first-gen student

For first generation students, college can be daunting. Tiffany Do knows this intimately, and got help along the way. She pays it forward,” as she is “passionate about helping students especially first-gen in finding their place on campus.”

Dig in

This article originally appeared in University of Utah Magazine. The term water-wise landscaping often evokes images of spartan yards with gray boulders and unhospitable views. But strolling through the Red Butte Water Conservation Garden on the U’s campus, the lush foliage, verdant bushes, and blooming flowers challenge that assumption. “Planting for our climate doesn’t mean […]

Humans of the U: Major Alex Horn

My research shows there’s another stress response that helps us bond and maintain our composure during extreme stress and threat; this response has yet to be fully characterized.

Racing into summer fun

It started as a simple request from Club U asking if they could rent hammers for their pinewood derby.

President Randall begins statewide tour in Northern Utah

On the first leg of the Utah Across Utah tour, U leaders traversed from Logan to Farmington and back to Ogden.

University of Utah Statement: U.S. Supreme Court’s overturn of Roe v. Wade

The University of Utah is a state entity. As such, the university follows federal and state law.

Explore the geology of the Tour de France

U professor Peter Lippert is part of an international team of geologists explaining the forces that created the stunning landscapes of the Tour de France.

A delicate balance

The search for sustainable tourism and resource preservation in the American West.

The future of Great Salt Lake

Scientists, lawmakers and lake advocates discuss data-driven solutions to the lake’s critical problems.

Charting a new path forward

Since its launch in spring 2021, the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Strategy Council has been applying necessary preparations for embedding equitable systems within the U.

Overcoming obstacles of as a first-gen student

For first generation students, college can be daunting. Tiffany Do knows this intimately, and got help along the way. She pays it forward,” as she is “passionate about helping students especially first-gen in finding their place on campus.”

Dig in

This article originally appeared in University of Utah Magazine. The term water-wise landscaping often evokes images of spartan yards with gray boulders and unhospitable views. But strolling through the Red Butte Water Conservation Garden on the U’s campus, the lush foliage, verdant bushes, and blooming flowers challenge that assumption. “Planting for our climate doesn’t mean […]

Humans of the U: Major Alex Horn

My research shows there’s another stress response that helps us bond and maintain our composure during extreme stress and threat; this response has yet to be fully characterized.

Racing into summer fun

It started as a simple request from Club U asking if they could rent hammers for their pinewood derby.

President Randall begins statewide tour in Northern Utah

On the first leg of the Utah Across Utah tour, U leaders traversed from Logan to Farmington and back to Ogden.

University of Utah Statement: U.S. Supreme Court’s overturn of Roe v. Wade

The University of Utah is a state entity. As such, the university follows federal and state law.

Explore the geology of the Tour de France

U professor Peter Lippert is part of an international team of geologists explaining the forces that created the stunning landscapes of the Tour de France.

 
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