@ The U Newsletter

Shock to the system

University of Utah study shows certain wearable gadgets could interfere with implantable cardiac electronic devices.

Applications open for new U housing scholarships

The Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation is providing 100+ scholarships each semester.

Hinckley Institute internship applications now open

The internships in Washington, D.C., often serve as pivotal points in students’ education.

Seed grants will support U data science research

The grants, supported by the new One Utah Data Science Hub, will focus on projects utilizing methods toward solving societally relevant problems within basic and health sciences.

Student-led clinics are good for everyone

Working in such clinics gives students experiences they otherwise wouldn’t have until later in medical school.

U peace officers to stop carrying nightsticks on campus

Policing on university campuses demands a greater emphasis on communication and de-escalation as the primary approach to any safety concern.

Presidential initiative drives career success

Career outcomes are important for students, and the U president agrees. 

Humans of the U: Ramón Barthelemy

“I would love to see a physics community that anybody can come to and participate in. I want them to be able to bring their background, their unique perspective and their full self to physics.”

Winter ‘Utah Mag’ hits mailboxes

Check out some of the highlights.

Campus Events


Interfaith Conversations on Healing, Health, and Well-being

Dr. Sherrá Watkins, associate vice president of Student Health and Wellness, and Student Affairs are hosting a roundtable discussion requesting various interfaith panelists, wellness professionals and student leaders to discuss various well-being topics.

University of Utah earns CPN Seal of Prevention

The CPN Seal of Prevention represents the highest standard for online prevention education, with a rigorous set of criteria to ensure we are making a measurable impact across the critical areas of sexual assault, alcohol and drug misuse, mental health, and diversity and inclusion.

Women’s Week 2023: Making Public Policy Personal

Throughout the week, a series of events organized by the Division of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in partnership with various campus organizations will investigate the ways public policy becomes personal and what that means for us as members of a diverse democracy. 

Benefits advisory committee

The next committee meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 28.

Utah Legislature honors U athletics legend Arnie Ferrin

One of the most decorated players in Utah men’s basketball history, Arnie Ferrin, was honored by both the Utah Senate and House of Representatives at the 65th Utah Legislature.

See All Announcements
Campus Events


PTC presents ‘Putting it Together’

Venture over to Pioneer Theatre Company between March 3-15 to make the most of your ArtsPass.

Annual university committee faculty nomination registration is open

Register by March 10 to be considered for 2023-24 nominations to university-wide committees.

‘The Language of Care’ and more at Sundance

For the seventh year in a row, University of Utah Health was proud to be the festival’s Official Health & Wellness Partner.

‘Healing Art Exhibit’ winners

The 2023 theme was the experience of managing burnout.

Campus Events


Special Collections Drop-in
Climate Innovation in a Red State
Telling War in Time
Finding Purpose in the Age of Climate Crisis
See All Highlighted Events