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A culture of respect begins with U

In the spring 2019 semester, the U introduced a voluntary online training module focusing on diversity, inclusion and equity on campus.

Women’s Week: ‘Redefine’

This year’s events explore what it means to be powerful and radically creative, with a keynote address by Gabby Rivera, a Bronx-born, queer Latinx writer.

U alum named Nintendo president

Social media reacts to U alum Doug Bowser embracing comparisons to fire-breathing villain.

A future that is boundless

The U is changing lives and reaching new heights, President Watkins said in State of the U remarks.

Passageways to the law

More than 100 high school students visited the S.J. Quinney College of Law as part of a program designed to inspire students from underrepresented communities to pursue careers in the legal field.

Painting with the dean

Earlier this year, College of Mines and Earth Sciences Dean Darryl Butt led an art class as a form of stress relief.

Heading to the Hill

U students to exhibit their research via posters to Utah state legislators on Capitol Hill.

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Juneteenth holiday to be added to U calendar

The Utah Board of Higher Education recently approved adding Juneteenth to university calendars, following the creation of the state and federal holiday that sets aside June 19 as a celebration of the end of slavery in the United States.

Pride Week brings celebration, series of hate crimes

We will continue to defend and preserve the rights of every member of our campus community to live authentically.

U chief innovation and economic engagement officer elevated to cabinet-level position

Keith Marmer’s newly expanded role will focus campus-wide efforts on moving research to market more quickly.

Protected: Embargoed Nature study

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

New leaders bring fresh expertise to Global U

The roles are critical for the campus as it strives to meet this moment of engaging globally in a pandemic-impacted world.

Pac-12 Sustainability Conference coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Taylor Randall and Mark Harlan will speak at the sixth annual event at June 15-16.

U elementary teacher program earns an A+ for math preparation

Program earns national recognition for robust requirements in key elementary mathematics content and pedagogy.

Study explores climate influences on snowmelt-fed water supplies

Three decades of research show three factors that can help predict how climate change will impact critical snowmelt-driven water supplies nationwide.

When hate abounds, promote empathy and love

The University of Utah is a place where we dispel conspiracy with reasoned debate and knowledge development based on the use of the broad scientific process.

Dan Reed elected to lead National Science Board

As chair, Reed leads the board that serves as an independent advisor to Congress and the president on science and engineering policy, and that governs and sets policy for the National Science Foundation.

Juneteenth holiday to be added to U calendar

The Utah Board of Higher Education recently approved adding Juneteenth to university calendars, following the creation of the state and federal holiday that sets aside June 19 as a celebration of the end of slavery in the United States.

Pride Week brings celebration, series of hate crimes

We will continue to defend and preserve the rights of every member of our campus community to live authentically.

U chief innovation and economic engagement officer elevated to cabinet-level position

Keith Marmer’s newly expanded role will focus campus-wide efforts on moving research to market more quickly.

Protected: Embargoed Nature study

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

New leaders bring fresh expertise to Global U

The roles are critical for the campus as it strives to meet this moment of engaging globally in a pandemic-impacted world.

Pac-12 Sustainability Conference coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Taylor Randall and Mark Harlan will speak at the sixth annual event at June 15-16.

U elementary teacher program earns an A+ for math preparation

Program earns national recognition for robust requirements in key elementary mathematics content and pedagogy.

Study explores climate influences on snowmelt-fed water supplies

Three decades of research show three factors that can help predict how climate change will impact critical snowmelt-driven water supplies nationwide.

When hate abounds, promote empathy and love

The University of Utah is a place where we dispel conspiracy with reasoned debate and knowledge development based on the use of the broad scientific process.

Dan Reed elected to lead National Science Board

As chair, Reed leads the board that serves as an independent advisor to Congress and the president on science and engineering policy, and that governs and sets policy for the National Science Foundation.

Juneteenth holiday to be added to U calendar

The Utah Board of Higher Education recently approved adding Juneteenth to university calendars, following the creation of the state and federal holiday that sets aside June 19 as a celebration of the end of slavery in the United States.

Pride Week brings celebration, series of hate crimes

We will continue to defend and preserve the rights of every member of our campus community to live authentically.

U chief innovation and economic engagement officer elevated to cabinet-level position

Keith Marmer’s newly expanded role will focus campus-wide efforts on moving research to market more quickly.

Protected: Embargoed Nature study

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

New leaders bring fresh expertise to Global U

The roles are critical for the campus as it strives to meet this moment of engaging globally in a pandemic-impacted world.

Pac-12 Sustainability Conference coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Taylor Randall and Mark Harlan will speak at the sixth annual event at June 15-16.

U elementary teacher program earns an A+ for math preparation

Program earns national recognition for robust requirements in key elementary mathematics content and pedagogy.

Study explores climate influences on snowmelt-fed water supplies

Three decades of research show three factors that can help predict how climate change will impact critical snowmelt-driven water supplies nationwide.

When hate abounds, promote empathy and love

The University of Utah is a place where we dispel conspiracy with reasoned debate and knowledge development based on the use of the broad scientific process.

Dan Reed elected to lead National Science Board

As chair, Reed leads the board that serves as an independent advisor to Congress and the president on science and engineering policy, and that governs and sets policy for the National Science Foundation.

Juneteenth holiday to be added to U calendar

The Utah Board of Higher Education recently approved adding Juneteenth to university calendars, following the creation of the state and federal holiday that sets aside June 19 as a celebration of the end of slavery in the United States.

Pride Week brings celebration, series of hate crimes

We will continue to defend and preserve the rights of every member of our campus community to live authentically.

U chief innovation and economic engagement officer elevated to cabinet-level position

Keith Marmer’s newly expanded role will focus campus-wide efforts on moving research to market more quickly.

Protected: Embargoed Nature study

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

New leaders bring fresh expertise to Global U

The roles are critical for the campus as it strives to meet this moment of engaging globally in a pandemic-impacted world.

Pac-12 Sustainability Conference coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Taylor Randall and Mark Harlan will speak at the sixth annual event at June 15-16.

U elementary teacher program earns an A+ for math preparation

Program earns national recognition for robust requirements in key elementary mathematics content and pedagogy.

Study explores climate influences on snowmelt-fed water supplies

Three decades of research show three factors that can help predict how climate change will impact critical snowmelt-driven water supplies nationwide.

When hate abounds, promote empathy and love

The University of Utah is a place where we dispel conspiracy with reasoned debate and knowledge development based on the use of the broad scientific process.

Dan Reed elected to lead National Science Board

As chair, Reed leads the board that serves as an independent advisor to Congress and the president on science and engineering policy, and that governs and sets policy for the National Science Foundation.

 
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