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Integrating safety

The Department of Public Safety is transforming and changing to better serve the U community.

Sexual assault campus climate survey

Results of the 2020 campus climate survey on sexual assault and sexual misconduct.

Our goal of an anti-racist campus

We want to highlight concrete actions we are taking to achieve our goal of an anti-racist 21st century campus grounded in equity and inclusion.

Working together toward safety

Nationally recognized program keeps hospital staff safe by focusing on de-escalation techniques.

Developing a device to detect COVID-19

Science writer Lisa Potter talks with professor Massood Tabib-Azar about the portable, reusable COVID-19 testing device that he is developing.

From Mexico to Utah

Hear the story of neuroscience graduate student Arnulfo “Tuna” Tunon-Ortiz’s incredible journey.

University of Utah to drop SAT/ACT test requirements

Standardized test scores will be optional beginning with fall 2021 applicants as part of a two-year pilot study.

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New leaders to focus on equity and diversity

The University of Utah has created two new leadership positions that focus on equity, diversity and inclusion—an assistant vice president for faculty equity and diversity, and a deputy chief diversity officer. Myra Washington will start July 1 as the U’s new assistant vice president for faculty equity and diversity. Among her first responsibilities is collaborating […]

UShop launches new software purchase request form

New UShop users will need to complete the relevant required trainings.

Environmental Humanities Program receives $600,000 award from Mellon Foundation

The grant will fund graduate fellowships among other programs.

Staff excellence nominations now open

Twenty-four cash awards will be given and eight winners will be chosen from that pool to receive a $3,750 honorarium. 

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UIT: Upgrading your security

This change will require some users to reconfigure their computers and/or mobile devices.

Feeling the sublime in Yellowstone

Two U students received global design recognition for creating a space where geology, seismology, nature and time intersect.

Virtual coursework creation help

Contact any of the librarians to receive assistance on how you can incorporate these into your teachings.

Opening doors to the nation’s top universities

U marketing is working to change perceptions.

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Growing Lavender
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