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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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U athletes at the 2022 Winter Olympics

There are 35 Olympians with ties to the U competing in Beijing.

Safety survey results

Measuring perceptions of safety on campus.

International Holocaust Rememberance Day

The latest Humanities Radio episodes commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Campus wayfinding

My Class Map gives students directions to get from one class to another.

Becoming the beloved community

Lessons learned during the 2022 MLK Week events and conversations.

Authentically U

What’s in the works for Black History Month 2022 at the U?

February 2022 is Healthy Relationships Month

The month is a time to reflect on the connections in your life and strengthen healthy characteristics in your relationships.

Did meat make us human?

A new study questions the importance of meat-eating in shaping human evolution.

Four U scientists are 2021 AAAS Fellows

The award dates back to 1874 and often precedes other accolades in long and impactful careers, including the Nobel Prize.

AI identifies those at risk for heart disease complications

System mines Electronic Health Records to assess the combined effects of various risk factors.

U athletes at the 2022 Winter Olympics

There are 35 Olympians with ties to the U competing in Beijing.

Safety survey results

Measuring perceptions of safety on campus.

International Holocaust Rememberance Day

The latest Humanities Radio episodes commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Campus wayfinding

My Class Map gives students directions to get from one class to another.

Becoming the beloved community

Lessons learned during the 2022 MLK Week events and conversations.

Authentically U

What’s in the works for Black History Month 2022 at the U?

February 2022 is Healthy Relationships Month

The month is a time to reflect on the connections in your life and strengthen healthy characteristics in your relationships.

Did meat make us human?

A new study questions the importance of meat-eating in shaping human evolution.

Four U scientists are 2021 AAAS Fellows

The award dates back to 1874 and often precedes other accolades in long and impactful careers, including the Nobel Prize.

AI identifies those at risk for heart disease complications

System mines Electronic Health Records to assess the combined effects of various risk factors.

U athletes at the 2022 Winter Olympics

There are 35 Olympians with ties to the U competing in Beijing.

Safety survey results

Measuring perceptions of safety on campus.

International Holocaust Rememberance Day

The latest Humanities Radio episodes commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Campus wayfinding

My Class Map gives students directions to get from one class to another.

Becoming the beloved community

Lessons learned during the 2022 MLK Week events and conversations.

Authentically U

What’s in the works for Black History Month 2022 at the U?

February 2022 is Healthy Relationships Month

The month is a time to reflect on the connections in your life and strengthen healthy characteristics in your relationships.

Did meat make us human?

A new study questions the importance of meat-eating in shaping human evolution.

Four U scientists are 2021 AAAS Fellows

The award dates back to 1874 and often precedes other accolades in long and impactful careers, including the Nobel Prize.

AI identifies those at risk for heart disease complications

System mines Electronic Health Records to assess the combined effects of various risk factors.

U athletes at the 2022 Winter Olympics

There are 35 Olympians with ties to the U competing in Beijing.

Safety survey results

Measuring perceptions of safety on campus.

International Holocaust Rememberance Day

The latest Humanities Radio episodes commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Campus wayfinding

My Class Map gives students directions to get from one class to another.

Becoming the beloved community

Lessons learned during the 2022 MLK Week events and conversations.

Authentically U

What’s in the works for Black History Month 2022 at the U?

February 2022 is Healthy Relationships Month

The month is a time to reflect on the connections in your life and strengthen healthy characteristics in your relationships.

Did meat make us human?

A new study questions the importance of meat-eating in shaping human evolution.

Four U scientists are 2021 AAAS Fellows

The award dates back to 1874 and often precedes other accolades in long and impactful careers, including the Nobel Prize.

AI identifies those at risk for heart disease complications

System mines Electronic Health Records to assess the combined effects of various risk factors.

 
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