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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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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Valley Fever more common in Utah than previously thought

Symptoms can resemble those of the flu or COVID-19, but Valley Fever is caused by a fungus.

On the origins of COVID-19

The pandemic likely began when an infected animal passed the SARS-CoV-2 virus to a human at a live animal market in Wuhan, China.

Do you feel like you belong here?

U researchers find that students’ certainty about belonging and their performance in a STEM course reinforce each other—for better or worse.

PBS Utah Town Hall: Your mental health

The event will broadcast live and stream online to reach the broadest, most diverse audience possible.

Live theatre returns with ‘Storm Still’

The Department of Theatre plans to host live audiences for all of its 2021-22 productions.

5 career wellness tips to help you get hired this fall

The Career Fest can help students hone their job-search skills, build a network and land a dream internship or job.

Student survey aims to fight food insecurity

Food insecurity among college students remains a topic of concern that may influence academic and professional success.

Making the case for artificial intelligence

What risks to society go hand in hand with speed and convenience?

Origins of Latinx Heritage Month

“Humanities Radio” celebrates Latinx Heritage Month in the first two episodes of season four.

Tracking fossils to follow Utah’s past climate

A paleontologist and her team documented over 600 new fossil finds from the Age of Mammals, a record in the multi-decade Uinta Basin Project.

Valley Fever more common in Utah than previously thought

Symptoms can resemble those of the flu or COVID-19, but Valley Fever is caused by a fungus.

On the origins of COVID-19

The pandemic likely began when an infected animal passed the SARS-CoV-2 virus to a human at a live animal market in Wuhan, China.

Do you feel like you belong here?

U researchers find that students’ certainty about belonging and their performance in a STEM course reinforce each other—for better or worse.

PBS Utah Town Hall: Your mental health

The event will broadcast live and stream online to reach the broadest, most diverse audience possible.

Live theatre returns with ‘Storm Still’

The Department of Theatre plans to host live audiences for all of its 2021-22 productions.

5 career wellness tips to help you get hired this fall

The Career Fest can help students hone their job-search skills, build a network and land a dream internship or job.

Student survey aims to fight food insecurity

Food insecurity among college students remains a topic of concern that may influence academic and professional success.

Making the case for artificial intelligence

What risks to society go hand in hand with speed and convenience?

Origins of Latinx Heritage Month

“Humanities Radio” celebrates Latinx Heritage Month in the first two episodes of season four.

Tracking fossils to follow Utah’s past climate

A paleontologist and her team documented over 600 new fossil finds from the Age of Mammals, a record in the multi-decade Uinta Basin Project.

Valley Fever more common in Utah than previously thought

Symptoms can resemble those of the flu or COVID-19, but Valley Fever is caused by a fungus.

On the origins of COVID-19

The pandemic likely began when an infected animal passed the SARS-CoV-2 virus to a human at a live animal market in Wuhan, China.

Do you feel like you belong here?

U researchers find that students’ certainty about belonging and their performance in a STEM course reinforce each other—for better or worse.

PBS Utah Town Hall: Your mental health

The event will broadcast live and stream online to reach the broadest, most diverse audience possible.

Live theatre returns with ‘Storm Still’

The Department of Theatre plans to host live audiences for all of its 2021-22 productions.

5 career wellness tips to help you get hired this fall

The Career Fest can help students hone their job-search skills, build a network and land a dream internship or job.

Student survey aims to fight food insecurity

Food insecurity among college students remains a topic of concern that may influence academic and professional success.

Making the case for artificial intelligence

What risks to society go hand in hand with speed and convenience?

Origins of Latinx Heritage Month

“Humanities Radio” celebrates Latinx Heritage Month in the first two episodes of season four.

Tracking fossils to follow Utah’s past climate

A paleontologist and her team documented over 600 new fossil finds from the Age of Mammals, a record in the multi-decade Uinta Basin Project.

Valley Fever more common in Utah than previously thought

Symptoms can resemble those of the flu or COVID-19, but Valley Fever is caused by a fungus.

On the origins of COVID-19

The pandemic likely began when an infected animal passed the SARS-CoV-2 virus to a human at a live animal market in Wuhan, China.

Do you feel like you belong here?

U researchers find that students’ certainty about belonging and their performance in a STEM course reinforce each other—for better or worse.

PBS Utah Town Hall: Your mental health

The event will broadcast live and stream online to reach the broadest, most diverse audience possible.

Live theatre returns with ‘Storm Still’

The Department of Theatre plans to host live audiences for all of its 2021-22 productions.

5 career wellness tips to help you get hired this fall

The Career Fest can help students hone their job-search skills, build a network and land a dream internship or job.

Student survey aims to fight food insecurity

Food insecurity among college students remains a topic of concern that may influence academic and professional success.

Making the case for artificial intelligence

What risks to society go hand in hand with speed and convenience?

Origins of Latinx Heritage Month

“Humanities Radio” celebrates Latinx Heritage Month in the first two episodes of season four.

Tracking fossils to follow Utah’s past climate

A paleontologist and her team documented over 600 new fossil finds from the Age of Mammals, a record in the multi-decade Uinta Basin Project.

 
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