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The U effect: Economic and societal impacts on the state of Utah

The U’s direct employment of 39,300 jobs make it the largest employer in the state.

Predicting a patient’s life expectancy

Genome-wide pattern found in tumors from brain cancer patients predicts how long they could live.

Transparent, accountable and accessible

Chief Safety Officer Marlon Lynch wants the U community to feel safe and be part of campus safety decisions.

U academic advisor appointed to Salt Lake City school board

Michelle Tuitupou, from the Department of Geology and Geophysics, will fill the board seat through 2020.

Keeping up with Student Affairs

Vice President for Student Affairs Lori McDonald launched a new series of video interviews with her directors to keep students updated on available support in this new virtual era for campus.

Former U gymnast turned nurse shares her story

Mary Beth Lofgren discusses her interest in health care, the influence of the U on her as a nurse and the impact of COVID-19.

How COVID-19 impacts graduate students

The Graduate School answered questions about how COVID-19 and campus closures are impacting graduate students, from their medical coverage to tuition benefits.

Message of support ahead of SCOTUS decision on DACA

University leaders reaffirm commitment to supporting “DACAmented” students awaiting a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court.

Whatever it takes

University of Utah student Dominique Pablito’s inspirational story is highlighted among Native students and professionals in STEM.

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2020 Beacons of Excellence nominations open

Recognize the people, programs and projects committed to providing an exceptional educational experience.

How will U emerge?

It’s a perfect time to reskill or upskill. The U community now has access to nearly 4,000 free online courses and certificates.

Easier ordering with UPrint updates

Updates making mail even easier.

Supercross coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Races without fans airing on NBC and NBCSN beginning May 31.

Growth, leadership and partnership

Greg Hill joins the University Asia Campus as chief administrative officer and dean of faculty.

New Title IX regulations now under review

The U has until Aug. 14 to be in compliance with the new regulations.

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An expression of gratitude

On May 15, the University of Utah School of Dentistry conferred Doctor of Dental Surgery on 46 fourth-year candidates.  

Actors Training Program members go out with a (big) bang

Jim Parsons stopped by a Zoom meeting to give the young actors some advice.

Sew your colors

Universities, colleges and technical institutes are rallying together to take the project across the finish line.

Gaining global and intercultural knowledge

Learn more about Global Learning Across Disciplines grants.

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