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One U

By working together, those at the University of Utah have the power to develop innovative solutions to address the most pressing societal issues.

The Race to Promontory

UMFA exhibition brings historic railroad photos and spikes to the U.

Invert the Inversion

With new apps to make it easier to participate, join the Clear the Air Challenge.

The Future of Social Justice

Author and activist Blair Imani will headline ASUU’s Conference on Diverse Excellence, the theme of which, “Unite For Justice,” brings peoples of diverse backgrounds together in order to educate, uplift and support one another.

Studying Melanoma Survival

States with fewer skin cancer diagnoses have higher death rates.

Lights, Camera, Science at Sundance

Science@Sundance highlights movies that excel at using art and storytelling to engage their audiences in important science-related issues.

Invest in U

The U launches a pilot program designed to help students pay education-related costs so they can complete their degrees faster and launch their professional careers.

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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Keeping kids engaged this summer

Summer camps at the U are back with diverse, safe options online and on campus.

College of Education to support mental health in rural Utah schools

Partnership with Cambia Health Solutions and the Huntsman Mental Health Institute will build mental health resources in rural K-12 schools.

Humans of the U: Vanessa Shannon

Being an older student has actually been more rewarding in many ways.

Humans of the U: Kamaal Ahmad

“Every single professor contributed to making me a better person, and helped me to excel in the educational field. They always gave me their most valuable possession, which is their time.”

Now U know: What is the U doing to address climate change?

An update on the main initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the U.

Committing to never again

Catch up on the powerful speakers and events from the 2021 U Remembers week.

A message on the Derek Chauvin trial and jury deliberations

We are stronger together, and especially when we care for and support one another.

Humans of the U: Sarah Elizabeth Garza-Levitt

“I don’t want anyone else to struggle in silence in the ways that I did.”

Public anti-Black violence and the mental health of Black Americans

Black Americans reported more poor mental health days during weeks when two or more incidents of anti-Black violence occurred, and when national interest surrounding the events was higher.

Face coverings still required on campus

Continuing best practices will ensure a safe summer semester.

Keeping kids engaged this summer

Summer camps at the U are back with diverse, safe options online and on campus.

College of Education to support mental health in rural Utah schools

Partnership with Cambia Health Solutions and the Huntsman Mental Health Institute will build mental health resources in rural K-12 schools.

Humans of the U: Vanessa Shannon

Being an older student has actually been more rewarding in many ways.

Humans of the U: Kamaal Ahmad

“Every single professor contributed to making me a better person, and helped me to excel in the educational field. They always gave me their most valuable possession, which is their time.”

Now U know: What is the U doing to address climate change?

An update on the main initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the U.

Committing to never again

Catch up on the powerful speakers and events from the 2021 U Remembers week.

A message on the Derek Chauvin trial and jury deliberations

We are stronger together, and especially when we care for and support one another.

Humans of the U: Sarah Elizabeth Garza-Levitt

“I don’t want anyone else to struggle in silence in the ways that I did.”

Public anti-Black violence and the mental health of Black Americans

Black Americans reported more poor mental health days during weeks when two or more incidents of anti-Black violence occurred, and when national interest surrounding the events was higher.

Face coverings still required on campus

Continuing best practices will ensure a safe summer semester.

Keeping kids engaged this summer

Summer camps at the U are back with diverse, safe options online and on campus.

College of Education to support mental health in rural Utah schools

Partnership with Cambia Health Solutions and the Huntsman Mental Health Institute will build mental health resources in rural K-12 schools.

Humans of the U: Vanessa Shannon

Being an older student has actually been more rewarding in many ways.

Humans of the U: Kamaal Ahmad

“Every single professor contributed to making me a better person, and helped me to excel in the educational field. They always gave me their most valuable possession, which is their time.”

Now U know: What is the U doing to address climate change?

An update on the main initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the U.

Committing to never again

Catch up on the powerful speakers and events from the 2021 U Remembers week.

A message on the Derek Chauvin trial and jury deliberations

We are stronger together, and especially when we care for and support one another.

Humans of the U: Sarah Elizabeth Garza-Levitt

“I don’t want anyone else to struggle in silence in the ways that I did.”

Public anti-Black violence and the mental health of Black Americans

Black Americans reported more poor mental health days during weeks when two or more incidents of anti-Black violence occurred, and when national interest surrounding the events was higher.

Face coverings still required on campus

Continuing best practices will ensure a safe summer semester.

Keeping kids engaged this summer

Summer camps at the U are back with diverse, safe options online and on campus.

College of Education to support mental health in rural Utah schools

Partnership with Cambia Health Solutions and the Huntsman Mental Health Institute will build mental health resources in rural K-12 schools.

Humans of the U: Vanessa Shannon

Being an older student has actually been more rewarding in many ways.

Humans of the U: Kamaal Ahmad

“Every single professor contributed to making me a better person, and helped me to excel in the educational field. They always gave me their most valuable possession, which is their time.”

Now U know: What is the U doing to address climate change?

An update on the main initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the U.

Committing to never again

Catch up on the powerful speakers and events from the 2021 U Remembers week.

A message on the Derek Chauvin trial and jury deliberations

We are stronger together, and especially when we care for and support one another.

Humans of the U: Sarah Elizabeth Garza-Levitt

“I don’t want anyone else to struggle in silence in the ways that I did.”

Public anti-Black violence and the mental health of Black Americans

Black Americans reported more poor mental health days during weeks when two or more incidents of anti-Black violence occurred, and when national interest surrounding the events was higher.

Face coverings still required on campus

Continuing best practices will ensure a safe summer semester.

 
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