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Improving the graduate student experience at the U

The 2023 Presidential Task Force on Graduate Student Support’s recommendations are expected to be approved by mid-May 2023.

Earth Week 2023: Indigenizing Utah

The Sustainability Office and the American Indian Resource Center are bringing Earth Week to the U.

5 great books for Earth Day

Celebrate Earth Day with these five picks from librarian Allyson Mower.

Student commencement speaker: Lessons from the ball field

Chloe Carr learned her most important life lessons at the ballpark with her dad. 

The IRB and me: How does the Institutional Review Board help researchers?

Part 2 of a four-part series about the Institutional Review Board shows how an ecologist learned the ropes of the IRB process.

‘Reflecting on Germany’s War Against the Jews from an American Perspective’

The discussion will explore the beliefs and values of the perpetrators of genocide, to realize the roles of leaders and opinion makers in shaping the perceptions of those who followed.

A living laboratory: The Earth & Environmental Science Major

The new interdisciplinary degree enables students to study the interconnected nature of Earth systems.

US forests face an unclear future with climate change

The regions most at risk to lose forest carbon through fire, climate stress or insect damage are those regions where many forest carbon offset projects have been set up.

Humans of the U: Melissa Munguia

“There are so many unanswered questions in this world. I just want to see if I can help answer those questions in any way.”

Campus Events


Tickets available for the Grand Kerfuffle 2023

Concert tickets are still available for U students and members of the community.

Student Life Center used equipment sales

Low prices on tons of outdoor and exercise equipment.

Salt Lake City Marathon 2023 starting line on campus

Campus will host the starting line for the 2023 marathon Saturday, April 22, 2023.

Mental health resources available during Spring 2023 finals week

Students can drop into two U Rock the Finals locations for mental health support during finals week.

Stress Buster Week: Spring 2023 Semester

Stress Buster Week is a semi-annual event for students to help them de-stress before finals week. This time around, the Marriott Library is partnering with many University of Utah campus organizations to help make it an amazing week.

It’s time to save big: the spring Apple sale is starting soon at the Campus Store!

Our biggest Apple sale of the year is back! Save the date, this highly anticipated event will be held in-store and online for THREE DAYS ONLY from April 19-21 at UTech in the University Campus Store and the University Campus Store Health, which gives you a chance to save big on select Apple products.

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Campus Events


New vice president for research named

Erin Rothwell will start her new working role immediately. She has been serving as interim vice president for research since January 2022.

Red Butte Garden announces 2023 Outdoor Concert Series lineup

It promises to be another genre-bending music-filled summer in the Garden.

Senate Summary | April 2023

Here are the highlights from the April 10 Academic Senate meeting.

William A. Smith receives national award for contributions to research

The award recognizes Smith’s contributions to advocating for justice, equity, diversity and inclusion in education and mental health.

Campus Events


Basic Needs Collective 1st Birthday Party
13th annual Bench to Bedside Competition Night
Life in the Tar Seeps: A Spiraling Ecology from a Dying Sea
Reframing the Conversation: Turning the Tide
Cars and Credit Hybrid Workshop
Beauty Unfiltered
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