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Evacuating under dire wildfire scenarios

A study proposes a new framework for simulating dire scenarios, defined as when there is less time to evacuate an area from a wildfire than is required.

Will COVID-19 become a seasonal nuisance?

U scientists model possible coronavirus futures.

Why masking and testing continues

Why some people on campus are still wearing masks and getting tested.

Test to play and to stay

COVID-19 testing allowed for the completion of 95% of more than 11,000 high school extracurricular competition events.

Why chemistry?

Find your niche in chemistry and make your own discoveries.

Summer ‘Utah Mag’ released

The history of vaccines, unpacking Gen Z, a program pairing students with struggling local businesses and much more in the latest issue of the University of Utah Magazine.

Art and dentistry

The U’s Black and Art Dental Student Association hosted its first-ever exhibit of art by the staff, students and faculty of the School of Dentistry.

Campus Events


UBHE designates Ruth V. Watkins as president emerita

“There has perhaps never been anybody who has made such an impact and accomplished as much in such a short amount of time as President Watkins has at the U.” — Harris H. Simmons

U Receives U.S. State Department IDEAS Grant for study abroad

The award helps institutions create, expand and/or diversify American student mobility overseas in support of U.S. foreign policy goals.

DocuSign is now free for campus staff and faculty

DocuSign is a cloud-based service that enables users to send, manage and record electronic signatures on digital documents.

One U PeopleSoft Finance Transformation Project launches

The project website will be updated as the project unfolds and milestones are achieved.

Project to consolidate VPN services is underway

Consolidating VPN services will streamline security efforts.

Juneteenth 2021, share your story

The Division of Student Affairs invite our members of the black community to help us commemorate Juneteenth by remembering and sharing your stories to honor the progress that’s been made and reflect on the important changes that still remain ahead.

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Campus Events


Parking options for part-time telecommuters

There are several parking options available.

Pay on the go with MobilePay at kiosk lots

Your phone is your payment method.

Interns join the U’s emergency response team

Students gain experience beyond the classroom.

Duty. Honor. Country.

The U’s Veterans Day Commemoration committee is searching for its 11 honorees for 2021 to be recognized at a ceremony.

Campus Events


DIY Succulents
To Defund or Not to Defund: A Critical Race Perspective
Radical Self-Compassion for BIPOC Students
Mindful Work/Life Balance
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