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A healthier community and U

When active transportation is a part of your lifestyle, you save money on fuel, spend less time in traffic and get your daily workout as part of your commute while improving air quality.

Suicide risk in autism

Researchers conducted the first population-based study of the risk of suicide in people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

A new Churchill Scholar

U student Cameron Owen received the prestigious award to study at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.

Founders Day 2019

Get tickets for the gala that recognizes alumni and honorary alumni who have distinguished themselves professionally, served local and national communities and supported the U in its missions.

Ivory Prize

The 2019 Ivory Prize nominations are open for a $14,000 leadership award.

River ecology on a global scale

A U professor who collected data from Provo, Logan and Red Butte Creek systems collaborates in worldwide ecology project.

Black History Month

Join the Black Student Union in celebrating Black History Month during February.

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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Free speech and the campus community

The university has a wide-ranging policy regarding free speech on campus.

University of Utah and Ivory Family launch innovative partnership

Ivory University House’s new funding model to provide student housing and support for generations.

Post-Roe, millions will travel farther for abortion care

State-level legislation that restricts abortions would create “abortion care deserts” that primarily impact people of color and those in poverty.

Humans of the U: Robert Olsen

“I hope to complete my 83-year-old marathon this summer.”

Personally identifiable information doesn’t belong in your email

PII includes such stand-alone elements as a full Social Security number or passport number.

Population Health Scholars Program a cause for celebration

Population health addresses factors that can lead to illness and injury and works to prevent them.

Resilience in the wake of disaster

An interdisciplinary team of students from the U was recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy and its Building Technologies Office.

Climate change increases risks of tree death

Threats from fire, drought and insects could reshape U.S. forests.

Update on Bomb Hoax at University of Utah 

Police searched the Eccles Health Sciences Library building the morning of Friday, May 6, and determined that the call was a hoax and there was no threat to campus. The building returned to normal operations at approximately 11:35 a.m.

University of Utah’s Class of 2022 urged to ‘level up’

On May 5, the University of Utah returned to an in-person commencement ceremony after two years of virtual celebrations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Free speech and the campus community

The university has a wide-ranging policy regarding free speech on campus.

University of Utah and Ivory Family launch innovative partnership

Ivory University House’s new funding model to provide student housing and support for generations.

Post-Roe, millions will travel farther for abortion care

State-level legislation that restricts abortions would create “abortion care deserts” that primarily impact people of color and those in poverty.

Humans of the U: Robert Olsen

“I hope to complete my 83-year-old marathon this summer.”

Personally identifiable information doesn’t belong in your email

PII includes such stand-alone elements as a full Social Security number or passport number.

Population Health Scholars Program a cause for celebration

Population health addresses factors that can lead to illness and injury and works to prevent them.

Resilience in the wake of disaster

An interdisciplinary team of students from the U was recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy and its Building Technologies Office.

Climate change increases risks of tree death

Threats from fire, drought and insects could reshape U.S. forests.

Update on Bomb Hoax at University of Utah 

Police searched the Eccles Health Sciences Library building the morning of Friday, May 6, and determined that the call was a hoax and there was no threat to campus. The building returned to normal operations at approximately 11:35 a.m.

University of Utah’s Class of 2022 urged to ‘level up’

On May 5, the University of Utah returned to an in-person commencement ceremony after two years of virtual celebrations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Free speech and the campus community

The university has a wide-ranging policy regarding free speech on campus.

University of Utah and Ivory Family launch innovative partnership

Ivory University House’s new funding model to provide student housing and support for generations.

Post-Roe, millions will travel farther for abortion care

State-level legislation that restricts abortions would create “abortion care deserts” that primarily impact people of color and those in poverty.

Humans of the U: Robert Olsen

“I hope to complete my 83-year-old marathon this summer.”

Personally identifiable information doesn’t belong in your email

PII includes such stand-alone elements as a full Social Security number or passport number.

Population Health Scholars Program a cause for celebration

Population health addresses factors that can lead to illness and injury and works to prevent them.

Resilience in the wake of disaster

An interdisciplinary team of students from the U was recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy and its Building Technologies Office.

Climate change increases risks of tree death

Threats from fire, drought and insects could reshape U.S. forests.

Update on Bomb Hoax at University of Utah 

Police searched the Eccles Health Sciences Library building the morning of Friday, May 6, and determined that the call was a hoax and there was no threat to campus. The building returned to normal operations at approximately 11:35 a.m.

University of Utah’s Class of 2022 urged to ‘level up’

On May 5, the University of Utah returned to an in-person commencement ceremony after two years of virtual celebrations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Free speech and the campus community

The university has a wide-ranging policy regarding free speech on campus.

University of Utah and Ivory Family launch innovative partnership

Ivory University House’s new funding model to provide student housing and support for generations.

Post-Roe, millions will travel farther for abortion care

State-level legislation that restricts abortions would create “abortion care deserts” that primarily impact people of color and those in poverty.

Humans of the U: Robert Olsen

“I hope to complete my 83-year-old marathon this summer.”

Personally identifiable information doesn’t belong in your email

PII includes such stand-alone elements as a full Social Security number or passport number.

Population Health Scholars Program a cause for celebration

Population health addresses factors that can lead to illness and injury and works to prevent them.

Resilience in the wake of disaster

An interdisciplinary team of students from the U was recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy and its Building Technologies Office.

Climate change increases risks of tree death

Threats from fire, drought and insects could reshape U.S. forests.

Update on Bomb Hoax at University of Utah 

Police searched the Eccles Health Sciences Library building the morning of Friday, May 6, and determined that the call was a hoax and there was no threat to campus. The building returned to normal operations at approximately 11:35 a.m.

University of Utah’s Class of 2022 urged to ‘level up’

On May 5, the University of Utah returned to an in-person commencement ceremony after two years of virtual celebrations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 
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