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Forecast for snow

U professors to develop more accurate methods of measuring and analyzing mountain snowpack.

Exposed sediments reveal decades of Lake Powell history

As Lake Powell shrinks, the sediment that built up over the lake’s six-decade history is being revealed.

Champions and changemakers

Congratulations to the 2022 recipients of the Linda K. Amos Award and Elizabeth Fuhriman Gardner Prize.

College of Nursing to expand enrollment by 25%

Additional personnel devoted to this increase in students will include full-time faculty, adjunct faculty, a student advisor, a clinical placement coordinator and patient simulation specialists.

Employee health care at Red Med

The Red Med Clinic provides non-emergent services for basic health care needs and acute illnesses.

Convalescent plasma could lower hospitalization risk for newly infected COVID-19 patients

Early treatment with plasma extracted from recovered individuals reduces the need for hospitalization by more than 50%, according to a new nationwide clinical trial.

Everyone’s interested in your identity—from Amazon to cybercriminals

We must start to focus more on zero trust—verifying and protecting the identity of every user, device and service.

Choosing a career as a public defender

Working in a homeless shelter inspired Maria Fernandez.

Celebrate 50 years of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Outgoing dean Cindy Berg reflects on the importance, history and future of the social sciences in addressing societal challenges.

Campus Events


2022 Passover Seder

Join Hillel for Utah for the annual Passover Seder this Saturday, April 16, 2022, at 5:30 p.m.

UTech Apple sale at the Campus Store and Campus Store Health

This is the best opportunity to save on Apple products all year!

Campus Store Student Appreciation Day

There will be free pizza, drinks, and prizes!

Professor to receive Governor’s Medal for Science and Technology

Bruce Gale will be recognized during the One Utah Summit.

Tickets available for “From life in prison to a life of purpose”

Chris Wilson to speak at the U on April 14.

Free screening of “$avvy”

Women. Money. Freedom.

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Campus Events


UMFA staffer named Utah’s top museum educator

Seastrand completely re-envisioned school outreach after COVID made in-person tours and classroom visits impossible.

Be a philanthropist at graduation

Give $22 in honor of your graduation year and receive a unique Philanthropy Cord to wear at commencement and convocation.

Phase 2 activities continue in sweeping finance system overhaul

The project teams have made significant progress during Phase I.

Senate Summary | April 2022

Read up on the highlights from the meeting.

Campus Events


Bench to Bedside: 2022 Competition Night
Hygiene Product Drive
The Future of Ranked-Choice Voting in Utah
Bob Ross Paint Along Night
Sweeney Todd
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