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A tale of two students … who had COVID

Let their stories be a cautionary tale reminding all of us not to let our guard down over the winter break.

SARS-CoV-2-like particles very sensitive to temperature

A new study suggests that as temperatures get cooler, particles on surfaces will remain infectious longer.

Correlating air quality, land use and socioeconomic status

High-resolution analysis reveals connections between economic and environmental disparities.

Plants reveal how people lived in Bears Ears

Was this national monument “landscaped” for the use of the people?

$1M grant helps U prepare teachers and therapists in deafblindness education

Special education teachers and occupational therapists will learn together how to meet deafblind students’ needs.

Campus Events


January 2021 Academic Senate meeting

Join the next meeting via Zoom on Monday, Jan. 11, 2021.

Spring 2021 town halls

Monthly town halls will be held via Zoom.

University Abusive Conduct Policy

The new policy is in accordance with the legislature.

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How do U… host a fun virtual event?

“Event planners always have to be creative, but we’ve had to be really creative during this pandemic,” said Ashlee Christofferson, assistant director of programming at the A. Ray Olpine University Union.

Leading a new era in internal medicine

Inadomi joined University of Utah Health in July.

Inspiring more health, less medicine

You have to keep going, even in the face of a pandemic.

Adding music to ‘Soul’

Composing in a hurry for the new Disney/Pixar film.

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