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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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Using emotion and humor to combat science misinformation

Communications professor publishes study examining the use of humor in science information.

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There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

How to promote student career development

With a little bit of caring, patience and apt feedback, faculty can change the lives of their students. It may just take some tough love.

Intermountain Healthcare partners with U to create population health program

The partnership will develop a new medical education program to train the next generation of physicians.

A place to work, learn and be

Interim President Michael L. Good discusses his career, his leadership style and the U.

Global experiences, even during a pandemic

Opportunities for students seeking an international learning experience still exist.

COVID-19 vaccines as effective in real-world settings as in clinical trials

Salt Lake City data contributed to finding that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines offer substantial protection from infection by SARS-CoV-2 in the real world

Stressed, foggy or feeling down?

Learn how arts classes and performing opportunities this fall could help your well-being.

Protected: EMBARGOED: Scientific Reports paper

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Face coverings still required on campus

Continuing best practices will ensure a safe summer semester.

Using emotion and humor to combat science misinformation

Communications professor publishes study examining the use of humor in science information.

Protected: EMBARGOED: archaeology

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

How to promote student career development

With a little bit of caring, patience and apt feedback, faculty can change the lives of their students. It may just take some tough love.

Intermountain Healthcare partners with U to create population health program

The partnership will develop a new medical education program to train the next generation of physicians.

A place to work, learn and be

Interim President Michael L. Good discusses his career, his leadership style and the U.

Global experiences, even during a pandemic

Opportunities for students seeking an international learning experience still exist.

COVID-19 vaccines as effective in real-world settings as in clinical trials

Salt Lake City data contributed to finding that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines offer substantial protection from infection by SARS-CoV-2 in the real world

Stressed, foggy or feeling down?

Learn how arts classes and performing opportunities this fall could help your well-being.

Protected: EMBARGOED: Scientific Reports paper

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Face coverings still required on campus

Continuing best practices will ensure a safe summer semester.

Using emotion and humor to combat science misinformation

Communications professor publishes study examining the use of humor in science information.

Protected: EMBARGOED: archaeology

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

How to promote student career development

With a little bit of caring, patience and apt feedback, faculty can change the lives of their students. It may just take some tough love.

Intermountain Healthcare partners with U to create population health program

The partnership will develop a new medical education program to train the next generation of physicians.

A place to work, learn and be

Interim President Michael L. Good discusses his career, his leadership style and the U.

Global experiences, even during a pandemic

Opportunities for students seeking an international learning experience still exist.

COVID-19 vaccines as effective in real-world settings as in clinical trials

Salt Lake City data contributed to finding that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines offer substantial protection from infection by SARS-CoV-2 in the real world

Stressed, foggy or feeling down?

Learn how arts classes and performing opportunities this fall could help your well-being.

Protected: EMBARGOED: Scientific Reports paper

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Face coverings still required on campus

Continuing best practices will ensure a safe summer semester.

Using emotion and humor to combat science misinformation

Communications professor publishes study examining the use of humor in science information.

Protected: EMBARGOED: archaeology

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

How to promote student career development

With a little bit of caring, patience and apt feedback, faculty can change the lives of their students. It may just take some tough love.

Intermountain Healthcare partners with U to create population health program

The partnership will develop a new medical education program to train the next generation of physicians.

A place to work, learn and be

Interim President Michael L. Good discusses his career, his leadership style and the U.

Global experiences, even during a pandemic

Opportunities for students seeking an international learning experience still exist.

COVID-19 vaccines as effective in real-world settings as in clinical trials

Salt Lake City data contributed to finding that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines offer substantial protection from infection by SARS-CoV-2 in the real world

Stressed, foggy or feeling down?

Learn how arts classes and performing opportunities this fall could help your well-being.

Protected: EMBARGOED: Scientific Reports paper

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Face coverings still required on campus

Continuing best practices will ensure a safe summer semester.

 
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