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Alerting U

The U needs to communicate as quickly as possible for your personal safety. Opting out of texts means you might not get critical safety information.

A vision for educational and student success

Senior VP Dan Reed charters a campus task force to explore the accessibility and potential growth of the university.

Turning algae into fuel

U engineers develop a fast method to convert algae to biocrude.

Valuing the U

The U is one of the nation’s best colleges for students seeking a superb education with great career preparation at an affordable price, according to The Princeton Review.

Real food, real progress

Why eating food produced locally, under fair and safe conditions, matters.

A glimpse of the startup life

A U alumna and bioengineer explains the value of a science background in business.

Healthier Campus Initiative

The U has adopted guidelines to promote better health on campus through nutrition, physical activity and programming over the next three years.

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Campus Events

CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

‘Virtual nature’ experiences in prisons reduce stress

Exposure to nature imagery or nature sounds decreased physiological signs of stress in the incarcerated, and spurred their interest in learning more about the habitats they experienced.

TRAX Stadium Station construction: Aug. 4-22

The construction will impact both riders and drivers.

We need your help to stop the spread

With coronavirus transmission rates rising, we want you to know how the university is responding to these changing pandemic conditions—and to ask for your support and active participation.

2020: From here on out

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts in partnership with the Roots Art Kollective has created a museum-based mural exhibition of local artists.

University of Utah purchases historic property in Washington, D.C.

Orrin G. Hatch Center will become the new home for the U’s D.C.-based interns.

Saving energy, cutting pollution

The U’s Intermountain Industrial Assessment Center helps businesses save energy, operate with less emissions.

Funding a more equitable research enterprise

In consultation with the campus community, the Vice President for Research’s office has taken steps toward making research more just and accessible.

Be the light in your community

Scientist and inventor Alice Min Soo Chun demonstrated how she used STEM to change communities and encouraged Indigenous graduates to do the same.

IT security policies are critical to the U’s mission

Pop quiz: Can you remember the last time you actually read the terms of use for an app or website?

The mind game of games

Destigmatizing the mental health struggles of athletes in Olympic sports.

‘Virtual nature’ experiences in prisons reduce stress

Exposure to nature imagery or nature sounds decreased physiological signs of stress in the incarcerated, and spurred their interest in learning more about the habitats they experienced.

TRAX Stadium Station construction: Aug. 4-22

The construction will impact both riders and drivers.

We need your help to stop the spread

With coronavirus transmission rates rising, we want you to know how the university is responding to these changing pandemic conditions—and to ask for your support and active participation.

2020: From here on out

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts in partnership with the Roots Art Kollective has created a museum-based mural exhibition of local artists.

University of Utah purchases historic property in Washington, D.C.

Orrin G. Hatch Center will become the new home for the U’s D.C.-based interns.

Saving energy, cutting pollution

The U’s Intermountain Industrial Assessment Center helps businesses save energy, operate with less emissions.

Funding a more equitable research enterprise

In consultation with the campus community, the Vice President for Research’s office has taken steps toward making research more just and accessible.

Be the light in your community

Scientist and inventor Alice Min Soo Chun demonstrated how she used STEM to change communities and encouraged Indigenous graduates to do the same.

IT security policies are critical to the U’s mission

Pop quiz: Can you remember the last time you actually read the terms of use for an app or website?

The mind game of games

Destigmatizing the mental health struggles of athletes in Olympic sports.

‘Virtual nature’ experiences in prisons reduce stress

Exposure to nature imagery or nature sounds decreased physiological signs of stress in the incarcerated, and spurred their interest in learning more about the habitats they experienced.

TRAX Stadium Station construction: Aug. 4-22

The construction will impact both riders and drivers.

We need your help to stop the spread

With coronavirus transmission rates rising, we want you to know how the university is responding to these changing pandemic conditions—and to ask for your support and active participation.

2020: From here on out

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts in partnership with the Roots Art Kollective has created a museum-based mural exhibition of local artists.

University of Utah purchases historic property in Washington, D.C.

Orrin G. Hatch Center will become the new home for the U’s D.C.-based interns.

Saving energy, cutting pollution

The U’s Intermountain Industrial Assessment Center helps businesses save energy, operate with less emissions.

Funding a more equitable research enterprise

In consultation with the campus community, the Vice President for Research’s office has taken steps toward making research more just and accessible.

Be the light in your community

Scientist and inventor Alice Min Soo Chun demonstrated how she used STEM to change communities and encouraged Indigenous graduates to do the same.

IT security policies are critical to the U’s mission

Pop quiz: Can you remember the last time you actually read the terms of use for an app or website?

The mind game of games

Destigmatizing the mental health struggles of athletes in Olympic sports.

‘Virtual nature’ experiences in prisons reduce stress

Exposure to nature imagery or nature sounds decreased physiological signs of stress in the incarcerated, and spurred their interest in learning more about the habitats they experienced.

TRAX Stadium Station construction: Aug. 4-22

The construction will impact both riders and drivers.

We need your help to stop the spread

With coronavirus transmission rates rising, we want you to know how the university is responding to these changing pandemic conditions—and to ask for your support and active participation.

2020: From here on out

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts in partnership with the Roots Art Kollective has created a museum-based mural exhibition of local artists.

University of Utah purchases historic property in Washington, D.C.

Orrin G. Hatch Center will become the new home for the U’s D.C.-based interns.

Saving energy, cutting pollution

The U’s Intermountain Industrial Assessment Center helps businesses save energy, operate with less emissions.

Funding a more equitable research enterprise

In consultation with the campus community, the Vice President for Research’s office has taken steps toward making research more just and accessible.

Be the light in your community

Scientist and inventor Alice Min Soo Chun demonstrated how she used STEM to change communities and encouraged Indigenous graduates to do the same.

IT security policies are critical to the U’s mission

Pop quiz: Can you remember the last time you actually read the terms of use for an app or website?

The mind game of games

Destigmatizing the mental health struggles of athletes in Olympic sports.

 
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