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Celebrate Native American heritage

To observe this month, check out these books from the library.

Student-athletes giving back

Applications for this annual award open in late August and close in early October each year.

The MUSS turns 20

One of the loudest, rowdiest student sections in college football celebrates a storied past.

Do you need a COVID-19 booster? Yes, you do

Get some clarity on these shots and why public health officials are recommending them now.

Brain implant enables blind woman to see simple shapes

Preliminary experimental results with the Moran | Cortivis Prosthesis support efforts to restore useful vision for the blind.

Finding purpose in your degree

If you want to make a real-world impact, join the Goff Trailblazers and Goff Explorers in spring 2022.

Building your village with Komae

The app addresses pertinent issues many may have with securing high-quality, affordable care for their children.

25 years of lung transplants

Over the past 25 years the program has provided care to patients from Utah, Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming, and Arizona.

Olympic and Paralympic Cauldron Plaza unveiling

The 72-foot-tall cauldron now sits on a pedestal that features a cascading water element.

Campus Events


Grants awarded to U researchers to study COVID lockdowns’ effects on air quality

The research projects will study how changes in human behavior during the pandemic affected air quality and greenhouse gas emissions.

Math professor receives prestigious $1.8M NSF grant

Yekaterina Epshteyn and her colleagues will study how grains grow, an important property of technologically useful materials.

Nominations for Black Faculty and Staff Awards now open

Honoring Black faculty and staff for their work on campus and in the community.

Congratulations and thank you to Vice President for Research Andrew Weyrich

After five years in the role of the U’s fifth Vice President for Research, Weyrich has accepted the position of president of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation.

New podcast from the College of Architecture + Planning

Welcome to “Changing Places,” the podcast that believes places are powerful agents of positive social transformation.

U travel clinic open

Make sure you are ready for anything when you head out in the world.

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Campus Events


Take care of U

Join the Center for Student Wellness in a celebration of wellness that is centered around you.

Intersectionality in health education and care

Join in on the events for MEDiversity Week.

$15M gift announced for new Computer Science building

The College of Engineering announces a $15 million gift from John and Marcia Price to build a new home for computing.

The silent struggle

The majority of international employees on work visas are going through different degrees of hardship, often silently.

Campus Events


Fit3D Body Scan Clinic
GCSC Seminar: “Why does humanity need new energy materials, and where will we find them?”
Outdoor Adventures Clinic: Backcountry Cooking
Check on U-Tah: Building Community though Bystander Intervention
MUSE Casual Friday
SUP Yoga
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