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Top tips for Fall 2022 Move-in Week

Moving in can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be.

Utah Across Utah tour targets tech in Utah Valley

President Taylor Randall and campus leaders crossed that boundary to make the case for the U in unexpected territory.

Western wildfire smoke plumes are getting taller

Taller plumes spread farther, degrading air quality over a larger region—or even across a continent.

Seeing the world through ants

Jack Longino and colleagues aim to generate the most complete phylogenetic tree of the ant family.

How cable news political leanings change over time

Even on channels that are well-known for a particular political bias, the strength of that bias can change from hour to hour and from show to show.

 
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

 
New construction alert: Impact & Prosperity Epicenter

The Impact & Prosperity Epicenter will be a new multidisciplinary hub for social impact, community engagement and enterprise, empowering social entrepreneurs and organizations.


Donations needed for ‘Hooked on Books’

Donation bins are located across campus and downtown.


Campus store expands the Inclusive Access Program

The program offers a variety of benefits, including day-one access to course content, the ability to view material from anywhere and offering an easier way to search and study a text.


UIT to launch Phish Alert Button for all UMail accounts on Aug. 8

The button enables users to more easily report phishing messages and other suspicious email.


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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Rural nursing showcased in new film

Registered nurses and health care teams working in rural communities play a paramount role in caring for underserved individuals and families.

U hosts Pakistani higher ed leaders

The visit is the first of many trainings to help higher ed professionals witness the best practices in U.S. higher ed management, then implement their findings within their local context.

‘Indigenous imagination’ can be found in all of us

Fifty-eight junior high and high school students participated in the Summit Youth Track during the 16th Governor’s Native American Summit.

New degree in world languages and cultures launched

The new major includes seven emphases of study to better meet the needs of the diverse student population.

 
Campus Events

CAMPUS EVENTS

 
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Book Discussion - "The Betrayal of Anne Frank" by Rosemary Sullivan
 
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