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The U is ‘Bee Campus USA’

The designation was awarded by the Xerces Society for the U’s work in pollinator conservation.

Educating students from Utah for Utah

Hundreds of students benefit from the scholarship program each year.

Celebrating 5 years of Transform

Dean Kathryn Bond Stockton reflects on the fifth anniversary of the School for Cultural & Social Transformation.

Blood donations urgently needed

Patients of all blood types are asked to donate.

Entrepreneurship with a dog’s best life in mind

You never know when a genius idea will strike.

How air pollution changed during COVID-19 in Park City

Air pollution dropped more in commercial than residential areas, and residential emissions rebounded faster following reopening.

Airflow study in Science Advances

U engineers discovered how to reduce COVID-19 infection probability in musicians by a factor of 100 via studies with the Utah Symphony and Opera.

Makeup in Ancient Egypt

Thousands of years ago makeup was as much a part of people’s expressions as it is today.

Why geoscience matters

Geosciences is an integrative science, combining many disciplines and touching many aspects of our lives.

Campus Events


Operation S.U.C.C.E.S.S. applications/nominations now open

Apply or nominate a student by July 16.

Kent A. Ono inducted into the International Communication Association Fellowship

Fellows are chosen by the strength of their distinguished scholarly contributions to the broad field of communication.

New interim director of the Programs of Public Affairs

Robert Forbis accepts the position for a two-year term.

Garth Brooks at Rice-Eccles Stadium: Transportation impacts

The concert is on July 17.

Mladen Bestvina to give plenary lecture at international math conference

The invitation to speak, Bestvina’s second, is considered a prestigious honor in mathematics.

A new home for student media

Day-to-day operations will remain mostly unchanged with the move.

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Campus Events


A platform for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Introducing the One U Thriving newsletter.

CHeEtAH puts health care in a new context

The center is an expansion of a program that has existed in the School of Medicine for more than three decades.

New chair announced in the College of Health

Lee Dibble will head the Department of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training.

Meet the new members of the U’s Board of Trustees

Maria J. Garciaz and Bassam T. Salem were appointed by Gov. Spencer Cox.

Campus Events


Partners in the Parking Lot
Community Read: Nuances of American Indian Health
Community Conversation: Attacks on Critical Race Theory
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