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Tips for separating COVID-19 vaccine fact from fiction

Despite what some online articles and social media outlets suggest, COVID-19 vaccines do not contain tracking devices, nor will they cause infertility or alter your DNA.

Fall 2021 Back-to-School Town Hall

U senior leadership answered commonly asked questions from students, faculty and staff regarding the in-person campus experience we expect this fall.

IT-related actions for your campus return

Get ready now to avoid problems later.

How society’s inequalities showed in COVID outcomes

A study shows how lockdown policies exposed some groups to COVID-19 risk in Salt Lake County.

Signs for safety

We need to stay safe if we want to stay on campus.

Ken Garff Red Zone now open

The addition increases stadium seating capacity to 51,444.

Anti-Racism Committee

The group leading efforts to create an anti-racist campus.

Utah Clinical & Translational Science Institute helps research improve health

The new center increases the efficiency and effectiveness of translating discoveries.

A bit of inspiration at Lassonde Studios

These quotes hopefully will inspire many more students to dream big and change the world.

Campus Events


Hayes named interim dean at the School of Business

Hayes will serve a committee is formed to conduct a national search for a replacement. 

Honoring Latinx heritage

Let EDI know what you have planned to honor Latinx heritage.

Campus Store inclusive access webinar for faculty and administration

New technology makes it easier for students to access their course materials.

Discount football tickets for faculty and staff

Come watch Utah football take on Weber State.

Updates from Human Resources

News about changes to TIAA accounts and upcoming flu shot clinics.

Philosophy department ranked No. 1 for proportion of women in tenured/tenure track positions

The project is composed primarily of philosophy professors from a variety of countries, including the US, Canada, the UK and Germany.

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Campus Events


Telehealth education

A new course prepares students for an era of enhanced telehealth services.

Welcome U

This digital event raises crucial funding for basic needs, mental health resources, career and professional development, emergency funds and more.

National honors for engineering professor Tony Butterfield

These are just the newest awards for the distinguished educator.

‘Space Maker’ celebrates the U’s working artists

The new exhibition is on view at the UMFA through Dec. 5.

Campus Events


Not Our First Goat Rodeo
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