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Members of U’s presidential search committee announced

The Utah Board of Higher Education has named a 28-member committee to conduct a national search for the next president of the University of Utah.

The Banner Project

Recognizing the U’s intellectual and thought leaders.

Asymptomatic testing available now

All U staff, students and faculty can take weekly accurate saliva tests without exhibiting symptoms, run by the Health Sciences Center Sequencing Core lab.

Partners in Crime: Genetic collaborators in a rare disease

Collaborator genes may influence severity of a rare disease, NGLY1 deficiency.

Mysterious magnetic fossils offer past climate clues

New method preserves these rare samples for scientific analysis

I Am U Thriving

Register to participate in the I Am U Thriving initiative to help reveal the richness of our campus diversity.

How do U…celebrate Valentine’s Day in a pandemic?

Here are 10 pandemic-friendly ways to celebrate the holiday.

2021 MLK Week keynote address

A recap of the address by Dawn Porter.

Reframing the Conversation: ‘Good Trouble & The Redline’

How redlining works and what we can do to combat its effects.

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Human Resources updates

Information about FSAs, WellU and more.

Next Academic Senate virtual town hall on Feb. 8

Learn about the Academic Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Divestment and Strategic Reinvestment Investigation findings and hear about the contents of the draft report.

New faculty grants available from UMFA, Marriott Library

Applications will be accepted through April 2, 2021.

Pride Week at the U

The 2021 Pride Week at the U will be March 29-April 3.

Compassion + connection: a two-night event

Learn how to build self-compassion and community well-being in this online world during this two night one event open to all students.

Funding extended for University of Utah contact tracing and deployment program

U contact tracing program receives funding through 2021.

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Senate Summary | February 2021

If you missed the Academic Senate meeting on Feb. 1, 2021, or need a refresher, then keep reading for the highlights from the meeting.

Humans of the U: Cameron Wright

COVID-19 testing presents some real operational challenges.

Now U know: What is the Tanner Humanities Center?

Discover the many academic enrichment opportunities available at the U’s Tanner Humanities Center.

Employer advice: Career fairs’ impact on my career path

Learn from a 2020 U alumna about attending career fairs as a student and lessons learned.

Campus Events


Reframing the Conversation: Black is Not a Monolith
Entrepreneurship on Instagram
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