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China’s coronavirus: Answers from an expert

A virus spreading in China has the world on alert.

One U grad’s high flying career

U alumna Jaclyn Arduini sets up and tears down her rehab clinic in a new city every week as the athletic therapist for Cirque du Soleil.

New species of Allosaurus discovered in Utah

The name-bearing specimen is from Dinosaur National Monument.

Are you up for the challenge?

Join the Clear the Air Challenge this February so we can all breathe easy.

U researchers craft statewide plan to address homelessness

The plan calls for true coordination in communities to make homelessness rare, brief and nonrecurring.

A new perspective on aging

According to a research team led by scientists at University of Utah Health aging can stem from too much of a good thing.

Improving mental health support for students

JED is a nonprofit that protects emotional health and prevents suicide among our nation’s teens and young adults.

Campus Events


Discounted registration for Winter Innovation Summit

For a limited time, University of Utah friends and family receive 50% off Winter Innovation Summit registration with code UOFU.

Nominations open for CPDC Recognition Awards

Nominate those who help with student success.

‘Preach Podcast Live’

The podcast focuses on issues of faith.

A campus-wide Qualtrics agreement has been signed

New users will be informed when they may access their accounts.

Trump-appointed consumer protection official to visit the U

The event occurs on Jan. 31, 2020.

Registration open for the Forum on Global Learning in Utah Higher Education

The event will be held on March 20, 2020.

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Campus Events


Humans of the U: Lori McDonald

Lori has a long history with the University of Utah.

Own your privacy this Data Privacy Day

You may not have the privacy you think you do.

Construction & Commuter Updates

Road construction near the Huntsman Cancer Hospital starting soon.

Campus Events


Indigenous Urbanism and Climate Justice in India
Fairness for All: A Better Way Forward
Stegner Center Green Bag – Current Issues in Utah’s Natural Resources
Understanding Ideology: What Is Neoliberalism? Wednesday, January 29, 2020 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Hinckley Institute of Politics 260 South Central Campus DriveSalt Lake CityUnited States (map) Google Calendar ICS Neoliberalism has long espoused that free trade, open markets, privatization, deregulation, and reductions in government spending are the best way to spur economic growth. While some regions of the world have experienced economic growth, many countries have also seen rising inequality, violent market crashes, and the emergence of protectionist and nationalist politics. This forum will examine neoliberalism in the history of thought, within the politics of today, and its practicality in the future. Dean Baker, Senior Economist Center for Economic and Policy Research Günseli Berik, Professor, Economics Department Claudio Holzner, Associate Professor, Political Science Department; Director, Center for Latin American Studies Norm Waitzman, Professor, Economics Department (moderator) Pizza & Politics Free and open to the public *The Hinckley Institute neither supports nor opposes the views expressed in this forum. COSPONSORED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
Yoga at the UMFA
Women's Basketball vs. Oregon State - National Girl & Women In Sports Day
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