On Oct. 7, 2020, the vice presidential candidates will take the stage at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus.
Many of these impacts are needed to accommodate staging equipment, work trailers and satellite trucks vital to making the debate a worldwide success.
What you need to know about access to campus from Sunday, Sept. 27 through Sunday, Oct. 11.
As candidates take the stage to make the arguments of their lives, the question remains whether debates actually change people’s minds.
Members of the John R. Park Debate Society look at the issues.
As the host to the upcoming vice presidential debate, the U has been hard at work finding ways to incorporate the debate into fall programming.
Do you know you your debate quotes?
Join the next meeting via Zoom on Monday, Sept. 28, 2020.
Tell Print & Mail Services how you’d like your mail deliveries handled if your office is closed during the vice presidential debate.
There have been 3,000+ hospitalizations and 400 deaths from COVID-19 in Utah. Some patients leave with lasting health issues. Health care professionals to collaborate and find a way to help.
Show support for our wonderful, hardworking postdocs.
Michael Simpson and collaborators are designing a test vehicle that would circulate molten salt to mimic how it would circulate through a real-world reactor.
Protect yourself and your community.
The program will help determine prevalence of COVID-19 on campus and identify any outbreak hotspots.
Introducing the Friday Forum series on racism in higher education.
Here are some tips to help you navigate the new system.
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