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After the storm: Facilities to the rescue

It was a storm unlike any campus had ever seen.

Employee Appreciation Week

Things are a bit different this year due to COVID-19.

Help! I need somebody

UMatch is a way for faculty, staff and students to find child care arrangements within the University of Utah community.

What’s in the name?

A look at the history and legacy of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at the U.

The Rise of Anti-Asian Hate

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion introduces Reframing the Conversation: The Rise of Anti-Asian Hate.

September is Suicide Prevention Month

You are not alone. We are here to support and help you through times of crisis.

A call to action

What the U is doing, what EDI is doing and what you can do to support the Black Lives Matter movement.

Campus Events


Duo 2FA for UMail, O365 required for campus employees starting 9/15

Depending on your recent UMail use, you may or may not be prompted to authenticate with Duo 2FA when you log in to UMail and O365 applications.

Founders Day nominations now open

Applications are due Oct. 2.

Next Academic Senate virtual town hall on Sept. 21

Do endowment fund investments at the University of Utah balance the institution’s economic, ethical, community and environmental concerns? Join the discussion.

Connect with Social Work

The College of Social Work launched a new website to view upcoming and past virtual events.

U receives funding to help displaced workers

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

Well-being Elevated provisionally awarded $500,000 from Schmidt Futures

Well-being Elevated addresses the unmet need for mental health services that can lead to emotional suffering, lost earnings and problems such as homelessness, suicide and mental illness.

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Campus Events


Alumni of the U: Jeremy Horton

“The greatest value I got from my U education was learning teamwork, purpose, leadership, sacrifice and much more.”

Growing food and community in a pandemic

The Sustainability Office is quickly adapting its sustainable food initiatives to ensure that students have access to food and community.

Community in the kitchen

Members of the U’s Confucius Institute bonded over food–over Zoom.

Oh baby! Providing help in any circumstance

Security personnel never know what they might encounter.

Campus Events


Amplifying Black Queer Voices: Redefining Realness
Reframing the Conversation: The Rise of Anti-Asian Hate
Financial Wellness Center workshops
Anti-Racism or Afraid-of-Racism?
Hinckley Forum: Constitution Day: Toward a More Perfect Union
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