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Pakistanis impacted by record floods: Here’s how you can help

After suffering a terrible heatwave this summer, Pakistan then received up to 460 percent of its average monsoonal rainfall between June and mid-August, affecting 33 million.

Discover your options: Educational and career pathways for students with advanced language and cultural skills

With more than 150 students attending the University of Utah who are graduates of the Bridge Program for Advanced Language Learning — an advanced language program for Utah high school students to earn college credit before graduation — the U offers a number of opportunities for students to advance and apply their language skills in academic and career settings.   

College admissions and the Supreme Court

The number of under-represented students at the U has steadily increased in the last 10 years, and it is the intent of the U to see that number continue to climb.

Utah Across Utah Tour strengthens relationships with sister institutions in Southeastern Utah

Kem C. Gardner announced a $100,000 donation for student scholarships at Utah State University Eastern on Monday. 

Utah Across Utah Tour weaves through state’s coal country

President Taylor Randall travelled to Utah’s coal country and the recreation gateway community of Moab.

Cone snail venom wins Golden Goose Award

U researchers Baldomero “Toto” Olivera and J. Michael McIntosh are among 11 researchers honored for unusual discoveries that greatly benefit society.

From white coat to White House

University of Utah Health doctor joins prestigious fellowship program

Campus Events


Public forums with candidates for Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

During the month of October four finalists will visit the campus to meet with the search committee as well as the community.

Donation to memorial scholarships with “22 Forever” Pin

Pins honoring Ty Jordan and Aaron Lowe are now available in the campus bookstore.

Graduate school diversity preview day

Join us on October 18th for an opportunity to learn more about the programs available.

U student receives inaugural Voyager Scholarship from Obama Foundation

Abukar Hassan is the only student from Utah to be chosen to receive the inaugural Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service.

Christopher Hacon appointed to McMinn Chair in Mathematics

On July 1, 2022, University of Utah President Taylor Randall appointed Distinguished Professor Christopher Hacon as the Trevor James McMinn Professor in the Department of Mathematics. Hacon held the inaugural McMinn Chair for five years—that term ended last June. According to the terms of the appointment, this is a five-year appointment. Only one faculty member in the department may hold […]

October Academic Senate meeting

Meetings are open to the public.

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Campus Events


A few simple actions make it easy to stay safe online

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

Combining Health Care, Education & Partnership in West Valley

Community input is being sought to help the team identify opportunities and partnerships that can lead to even greater positive impact for West Valley. Take the survey today.

U physics hosts one of the most important workshops on neutrinos

Known as NuFact, the workshop brought together experimentalists, theorists, and accelerator physicists from all over the world to share their knowledge and expertise in the field.

Fostering an inclusive campus climate

A healthy campus climate benefits all community members, not just those who have been historically underrepresented. How can a thriving campus climate be achieved?

Campus Events


Utah STEM Internship & Career Fair
I-CORPS Info Session
Mini Major Expo
Arts Entrepreneur: Promoting Your Business Through Content Creation
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