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University of Utah invests $1.3 million in COVID-19 research

Funding supports 56 projects across campus, from investigating domestic violence to drug development.

Check on your U crew

The Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion advises everyone to check in with their peers and loved ones during this difficult time.

Mask wearing and #ProjectProtect

Covering your face can help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Eat right during the COVID-19 fight

Now is not the time to develop bad habits.

The U’s global relationships support COVID-19 response

The University of Utah’s international connections are serving as a potent reminder of the benefits of collaboration across our global community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

U exceeds federal energy reduction commitment

The University of Utah has been using less energy as it rapidly expands.

Cleaning campus in the time of COVID-19

Facilities management is working hard to keep campus safe. Help them out by staying home.

Reverse Alchemy

A huge LED screen in Times Square shows gold coins dissolving in a solution. York Smith, an assistant professor in materials science and engineering, facilitated the science behind the art.

Discover parasite biodiversity from home

Millions of specimens are sitting in museums all over the world, but a lack of digital records make them hard to find and study. Help biologists discover parasite biodiversity.

Campus Events


New ‘Utah Mag’ out

From vaping to stunt double alums, check out the latest issue.

Next steps in McCluskey family lawsuit

A hearing in the case of McCluskey v. State of Utah has been set for May 13, 2020, at the federal courthouse in Salt Lake City.

Masks available at the campus store

The masks are produced locally.

Travel restrictions extended

Travel is now limited until June 30.

Foothill Boulevard construction

The construction will cause some delays.

Planning the future of education: The next 170 years

A new strategic plan released this week is meant to guide the university’s educational path to the future.

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Campus Events


Self-isolation Shakespeare

The Bard meets Zoom.

Donating time, stuff and money

The College of Social work offers ways to continue volunteering and donating during this time of social distancing.

Hard truths

A Presidential Commission on the Status of Women event tackles what it takes to create and sustain inclusive workplace cultures.

Humans of the U: Arielle Gulley

“The education I’ve received at the U is something I will always be grateful for…I will celebrate my time at the U as one of the greatest experiences in my life so far.”

Campus Events


Public Management in Times of Crisis
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