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Giving Ute children a Head Start for health

Creating a well-trodden path between the U and the eight tribal nations of Utah is one of the primary goals envisioned by colleges and schools throughout the U.

$3.6M gift expands efforts to diagnose rare genetic diseases

A gift from the Mark and Kathie Miller Pediatric Genomics Fund will support a pair of pediatric genetic research programs at the Center for Genomic Medicine at University of Utah Health.

IceCube neutrinos give us first glimpse into the inner depths of an active galaxy

For the first time, an international team of scientists have found evidence of high-energy neutrino emission from NGC 1068, also known as Messier 77, an active galaxy in the constellation Cetus.

How tooth isotopes help bring home unidentified soldiers

U researchers are developing methods to connect chemical signatures in teeth with soldiers’ hometowns.

Sage sensors monitor environment, support ‘edge AI’

The idea behind Sage is to move advanced machine learning algorithms to “edge computing.”

Salt Lake City native Chloe Jones to lead UtahPresents

Jones has been in the position since returning to Utah in October.

Humans of the U: Samantha Eldridge

“I want to expand the center to provide other physical spaces on campus for students to feel safe, welcomed and have that same sense of belonging that we have at the AIRC.”

Campus Events


Meet the Veterans Support Center director

Fa’ama’i Taupa’u became the VSC director in May 2022.

Kent A. Ono named distinguished scholar of the national communication association

Ono is the first representative from the University of Utah to receive the honor.

TRIO Student Support Services moving to Office of Undergraduate Studies

Through a supportive environment, TRIO programs empower underrepresented students to access post-secondary education and successfully complete their degrees. Previously, these programs were housed in Student Affairs.

The economic cost of racism and the zero-sum paradigm with Heather Mcghee

Tanner Humanities Center hosts the author of “The Sum of Us, What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together” Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m.

Physics professors named APS fellows

Christoph Boehme and Ramón Barthelemy were elected as American Physics Society fellows, an honor that recognizes APS members who have made advances in research, application, education and service to the field.

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Campus Events


Honoring our veterans in 2022

The U celebrated 11 of Utah’s Veterans as part of the university’s 25th annual Veterans Day ceremony.

Senate Summary | November 2022

Here are the highlights from the Nov. 7 Academic Senate meeting.

International Education Week 2023

Celebrate the U’s diverse population through an exciting lineup of events on both the main and U Asia campuses.

Intersection of disability and environmental justice

Digital Matters Lab hosts “Embodied Ecologies Exhibit,” Nov. 14-28.

Campus Events


Taming Stress
Ski Repair and Maintenance
Sea level of the past and future: At the Intersection of Politics, Race, Gender, Ice Sheets, and Corals
Reframing the Conversation: Reaching Across Religious, Spiritual, & Philosophical Lines of Difference
Mental Wellness Fair
K-Pop Dance Fest
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