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Biology professor bridges science and faith

Biologist Nalini Nadkarni discusses building bridges between scientists and faith communities.

Keeping up with campus coronavirus precautions

The pandemic isn’t over just because you’re over it.

How’s the transit weather?

Could a forecast of snow change how you get to campus?

U statement regarding Sept. 3 UnsafeU protests

Safety is a top priority for the University of Utah.

When you report

Meet the first point of contact for anyone who reports discrimination and sexual misconduct at the U.

Connecting you through MobileU

The MobileU app aims to meet U students where they are to help them connect to campus life, news, events and resources on the go.

Our energy hunger is tethered to our economic past

Civilization may need to “forget the flame” to reduce CO2 emissions.

Campus Events


U receives funding to help displaced workers

Programs selected for CARES funding include both short courses and bootcamps.

Five University of Utah faculty recognized for exceptional teaching

The recipients are faculty changing higher education in amazing ways.

Leah Owen wins grant to prevent blindness in premature babies

The National Eye Institute has granted the John A. Moran Eye Center surgeon-scientist a prestigious career development award to support her innovative research into a blinding eye disease affecting premature infants.

Idle threat

A team engineering researchers won a $1.2 million grant to design and test a dynamic display system that alerts parked motorists when air pollution in the area is rising due to idling cars.

Over 4,700 U students receive CARES Act grants

The University of Utah will disburse approximately $8.4 million in CARES Act grant funds to more than 4,700 students this fall.

Campus Bike Shop update

The Campus Bike Shop is now open and ready to assist cyclists at the U.

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Campus Events


Senate Summary | August 2020

If you missed the August Academic Senate meeting, then read all the highlights here.

Hinckley Forums

Hinckley Forums return virtually with several hot topics planned throughout the fall semester.

Do debates change people’s minds?

The latest issue of University of Utah Magazine is hot off the presses. Check out the features, including investigating if debates change people’s minds, a COVID-19 timeline and how the U responded to an earthquake in the middle of a pandemic.

New Title IX regulations

The U’s interim policies continue to reflect its ongoing commitment to prevent sexual misconduct, support those who experience harm and to conduct a fair, transparent and safe grievance process for all parties involved.

Campus Events


Get Started with a Business Idea Session
Hours with Experts: One-on-One Sessions
Book Discussion - "The Trial" by Franz Kafka
nformed Decisions 2020: Funding Public Education in Utah
Virtual Hooplaza
Hinckley Forum: The Future of Higher Education
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