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We’re here: Native presence at the U

Native American History Month begins Nov. 1.

Native Student Scholarship applications open for Spring 2023 Semester

The priority deadline for completed applications is Dec. 8. The application portal closes on Jan. 9, 2023.

Community conversation: Native American boarding schools

Established by the Indian Civilization Act the stated policy of these institutions was to “kill the Indian and save the man.”

Statement of support for Utah Asia campus

We express our deepest sympathy and condolences for those impacted by the injuries and loss of friends and family members.

Securing health equity for all

This year’s MEDiversity Week theme, “Securing Health Equity for All,” will explore how we can develop policies, practices and programs that move us closer to the goal of eliminating health disparities.

U professor to lead Journal of Diversity in Higher Ed

Chris Linder, director of the McCluskey Center for Violence Prevention, will serve as the journal’s editor-in-chief.

U pilot project to help people experiencing homelessness

College of Health planning project brings together people experiencing homelessness, civic leaders and academic collaborators to plan a community-designed resource hub.

Isotope data strengthens suspicions of ivory stockpile theft

Science shows the ivory dates to the 1980s, similar in age to ivory in Burundi’s national stockpile.

Increased risk for stillbirth passed through male relatives

Study shows risk of stillbirth can be inherited and tends to be passed down through male members of the family, with greater risk when the condition comes from the father’s side of the family.

Campus Events


UTech Apple sale at the Campus Store and Campus Store Health

Products may be limited to stock on hand so don’t delay in placing your orders or visiting our locations on the first day of the sale, Nov. 7.

WRC’s Coffee and Conversations on Nov. 3: Honoring Indigenous Peoples’ History Month

The Women’s Resource Center will be hosting their fourth Coffee and Conversation of the semester—Resistance in Existence: Indigenous Peoples in the Struggle for Reproductive Justice.

Academic Senate meeting on Nov. 7

The next meeting of the 2022-23 Academic Senate is Monday, Nov. 7, from 3-5:30 p.m. Meetings are open to the public.

How to recognize, avoid and report phishing

If you receive a suspicious email in your UMail account, report it.

Save the dates for U Remembers

The annual Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion event will be held Nov. 7-10.

University community invited to attend climate change roundtables

The U is currently seeking input on a new, equity-centered Climate Change Action Plan, which will define steps toward a more sustainable and equitable future. Your insight and experience is important to us, and we hope you will join us in shaping the U’s next steps.  

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Campus Events


‘Shucked’: Farm to fable

See the world premiere of the Broadway-bound musical comedy from Oct. 28-Nov. 12.

Apply to present at the Day of Collective Action

The submission deadline is Friday, Dec. 2.

ASL takes center stage in ‘Prince Hamlet’

Both deaf and hearing audiences will need to rely on visual cues and context as they watch the story unfold.

Fall ‘Utah Mag’ released

The latest issue of University of Utah Magazine is hot off the presses.

Campus Events


Trick or Treat in Protospace
Film Screening - "The Uncanny"
Art + Wellness: Mindfulness
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