@ The U Newsletter

Taylor Randall inaugurated as 17th president of the University of Utah

New president charts path to top 10 impact.

Inauguration day in pictures

It was a great day to celebrate the future of the U.

Pride Week at the U

Check out all the events happening for Pride Week March 28-April 1.

New dean of College of Social and Behavioral Science named

Dr. Michelle M. Camacho will assume her new role on July 1, 2022.

Day of Collective Action overview

Some key takeaways from the U’s inaugural Day of Collective Action.

You need a personal diversity statement

A personal diversity statement helps you keep track of the work you have done, are doing and plan to do in the future.

Origins of U.S. anti-Blackness linger

Members of the U community and administration were painted a picture of what it’s like to be Black in higher education and society.

Indigenizing the U

The learning and action necessary to Indigenize the U.

Employee Pathway: Recruitment, Retention, Exit

Key takeaways from the Day of Collection Action session titled, “Employee Pathway: Recruitment, Retention, Exit.”

Campus Events


Employee training on abusive conduct

All employees will be re-enrolled in this course on April 1, 2022.

A terrible thing to waste

University of Utah engineers to help develop method to recycle nuclear waste from advanced nuclear reactors into reusable fuel.

Tickets to attend George Takei keynote address

The event will take place April 21, 2022, at Kingsbury Hall at 12 p.m.

HIP Talks speech contest

Sign up for a chance to win $5,000.

Save the dates for U Remembers

U Remembers 2022 will take place April 25-29.

Wall Street Journal for students and faculty

The Marriott Library have partnered with The Wall Street Journal to provide complimentary memberships for all students, faculty and staff.

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Campus Events


April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

The Center for Student Wellness will be hosting events to connect socially, educate on how to support the survivors around us and advocate for change in our communities.

What’s it like living on campus?

U students wanting to live in on-campus housing must complete the traditional housing application by April 1.

Using collaborative artwork to heal from COVID-19 pandemic

Personal mementos and stories, combined with clean medical waste and COVID vaccine vials, will be used to create a mixed-media mosaic for display on campus.

Collective Action Against Hate

Register for a special Friday Forum happening on April 1.

Campus Events


Designing Effective Student Peer Reviews
Drag Queen Story Time with Gia Bianca Stephens
Food Entrepreneur: Food Truck Startup 101
San Raphael Swell Desert Bikepacking Weekend Trip
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