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First campus safety conference continues effort for change

The event was a platform for two grieving mothers who are determined to change the trajectory of campus and interpersonal violence.

Meet your new ASUU executive leaders

The trio ran on a platform of affordability, accessibility and acceptance. They are hoping in the coming year to get more students involved in student government and understand what student government can do for them.

University offers flexibility, more affordable options for graduate student and family housing

The changes are the result of ongoing conversations between the Resident Council and University Auxiliary Services, which manages graduate student and family housing.

Climate Hackathon yields ideas for managing urban heat

Schools as heat shelters, portable cooling shelters, city data for a heat index—meet the teams who came up with the winning ideas at the 24-hour Climate Solutions Hackathon addressing urban heat.

Beyond greenspace and bluespace

Most research on environmental exposure and health outcomes is limited to landscapes dominated by plants and water. A new study broadens the array of natural landscapes and their impact on human health.

Make your own anti-racism plan

The Anti-Racism Committee has begun to develop an anti-racism template to guide departments and centers in their pursuit of dismantling structures that promote and uphold racial inequality.

Humans of the U: Joanne Clark

“My experience at the U has been good. …I’ve had the opportunity to make real friends here and have been putting myself out there.”

Campus Events


Women’s History Month offerings from Human Resources

Multiple workshops are available for Women’s History Month.

Deadline for University Teaching Grants

University Teaching Grant awards are made to faculty to undertake projects that will enhance their teaching or abet curricular innovation.

Explore water-themed art by Youth-in-Custody

Exhibit at Utah Cultural Celebration Center explores our relationship with water in our desert state.

Power and sexual violence in queer communities

Join us for a workshop specifically designed for queer students that is focused on understanding power dynamics in dating and sexual relationships, recognizing how many discussions of dating and sexual violence exclude and harm queer folks and exploring how queer joy can transform harm within communities.

U, TikkunLev to accelerate heart-failure gene therapy

The U and TikkunLev Therapeutics, a gene therapy company, have announced a new partnership to accelerate an innovative heart failure gene therapy.

Public candidate forums for director of campus compliance and accountability position

The University of Utah is seeking an experienced, innovative and collaborative leader to serve as a guide as the inaugural director of campus compliance and accountability.

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Campus Events


5 books for Women’s History Month

In honor of Women’s History Month, here are recommendations available at the J. Willard Marriott Library, recommended by librarian Allyson Mower.

MobileU app gets new features, numerous improvements

All app changes were driven by a usability research plan made possible by the Content Management & Usability team.

How research experiences can support underrepresented students

Education researcher Brian Burt visits the U to talk about how research experiences can support underrepresented students.

New recommendations from the Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Strategy Council

The council continues to push forward with new recommendations for creating a more equitable and inclusive campus.

Campus Events


Dissertation & Thesis Writing Camp
Mindful Authentic Living
Network Science and Social Network Analysis at the University of Utah
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