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Spread the word, not the virus

Wear a face covering.

New health training required for staff and faculty

The online module reviews proper sanitation, hygiene and physical distancing practices.

Understanding racial battle fatigue

The psychophysiological symptoms that people of color may experience living in and navigating through historically white spaces are real and must be discussed.

New unit designed for COVID-19 patients

A new unit within the University of Utah Hospital has been customized and designed specifically to treat COVID-19 patients.

A new way to control Epstein-Barr virus

Targeting the protein could lead to new ways to thwart the virus and other herpesviruses.

Reading list: Understanding racism in America

The U’s Department of English compiled a list of books, graphic novels and poetry to help readers better understand and further explore racism in America.

Understanding racial battle fatigue

The psychophysiological symptoms that people of color may experience living in and navigating through historically white spaces are real and must be discussed.

 
Campus Events

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 
Pearl Sandick wins with Distinguished Mentor Award

The U astrophysicist received the honor for her excellence as a mentor.


Free mental health workshop

Learn how to cope with stress, anxiety and depression during this four-week, online workshop open to faculty, staff and students.


Free facilitated drop-in meditations

Drop-in for a free facilitated 30-minute meditation session starting May 11, 2020.


U Health Security featured on industry podcast

Chris Snyder, manager of specialized services for U Health Security, shared lessons learned and best practices for developing an invaluable security program on “Healthcare Security Cast.”


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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Statement about disclosure of adult student mental health counseling records

The university is committed to protecting the privacy of students.

Humans of the U: Michelle Tuitupou

“It’s not just planning out their classes, it’s helping them find their path.”

Proposed new degree can give students a running start in educational psychology

The College of Education’s degree provides skills and certifications to launch careers in high-demand professions.

Well-being Elevated

Recipient of the 2020 Ivory Prize for Excellence in Student leadership aims to address demand for mental health services.

 
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CAMPUS EVENTS

 
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