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2018 Social Media Recap

This year’s U social media reflected the gamut of emotions and events experienced on campus. And, as always, the U’s Instagram featured the signature stunning vistas of the U.

Humans of the U: Roundup

Sharing compelling stories from the heart of the U’s campus.

Announcements

JUMP TO: University announces actions to improve campus safety and security Jason Shepherd receives $2.5 million to study Alzheimer’s disease Feed U Pantry University Teaching Grants Recipients of the Fall 2018 GLAD and Spring 2019 grant and award deadlines UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES ACTIONS TO IMPROVE CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY[bs_row class=”row”][bs_col class=”col-sm-4″][/bs_col][bs_col class=”col-sm-8″]University of Utah President Ruth Watkins […]

 

Your gallbladder and you

[bs_row class=”row”][bs_col class=”col-sm-8″]Your gallbladder is a small organ that can cause big problems if you don’t take care of it. When working properly this pouch the size of a deflated balloon stores bile produced by the liver. It squeezes that bile into the small intestine to help with digestion, particularly foods with higher fat content. […]

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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Thinking beyond the law

A new clinic at the S. J. Quinney College of Law is training students to apply creative solutions to environmental justice work.

Artificial Intelligence Examined at Digital Humanities Utah Symposium

On Feb. 23 and 24 the Digital Humanities Utah Symposium was held at the Marriott Library, attracting more than 100 scholars from universities across the Intermountain West and beyond.On Feb. 23 and 24 the Digital Humanities Utah Symposium was held at the Marriott Library, attracting more than 100 scholars from universities across the Intermountain West and beyond.

5 great reads to celebrate Women’s History Month

March is officially recognized as Women’s History Month through presidential proclamation. Here are suggestions from the Marriott Library for books to read this month!

Rare but not forgotten

Utah researchers hunt for ways to treat rare diseases that collectively afflict 10% of the U.S. population.

Great Salt Lake and the law

U College of Law’s Great Salt Lake Project wades through murky policy questions and legislation aimed at saving the struggling lake.

@theU February 26, 2024

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Humans of the U: Michael Mezaros

“Coming to law school has been a really nice change of pace. I like being encouraged to ask questions and use my brain, rather than just being expected to do as I am told.”

Humans of the U: Kristen Santos-Griswold

“Since starting my physical therapy master’s program, I’ve learned a lot about how my body works and moves, and my skating has really benefited from that.”

The West is best to spot UFOs

Researchers identified environmental factors that explain why reports of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena are more common in certain regions of the country, which will help determine objects that are a legitimate threat.

African American faculty and staff honored for outstanding achievement

During Black History Month, the University of Utah’s Black Cultural Center recognized the U’s best and brightest academic and professional community members at the 2024 Black Faculty and Staff Awards.

Thinking beyond the law

A new clinic at the S. J. Quinney College of Law is training students to apply creative solutions to environmental justice work.

Artificial Intelligence Examined at Digital Humanities Utah Symposium

On Feb. 23 and 24 the Digital Humanities Utah Symposium was held at the Marriott Library, attracting more than 100 scholars from universities across the Intermountain West and beyond.On Feb. 23 and 24 the Digital Humanities Utah Symposium was held at the Marriott Library, attracting more than 100 scholars from universities across the Intermountain West and beyond.

5 great reads to celebrate Women’s History Month

March is officially recognized as Women’s History Month through presidential proclamation. Here are suggestions from the Marriott Library for books to read this month!

Rare but not forgotten

Utah researchers hunt for ways to treat rare diseases that collectively afflict 10% of the U.S. population.

Great Salt Lake and the law

U College of Law’s Great Salt Lake Project wades through murky policy questions and legislation aimed at saving the struggling lake.

@theU February 26, 2024

Check out what’s happening this week.

Humans of the U: Michael Mezaros

“Coming to law school has been a really nice change of pace. I like being encouraged to ask questions and use my brain, rather than just being expected to do as I am told.”

Humans of the U: Kristen Santos-Griswold

“Since starting my physical therapy master’s program, I’ve learned a lot about how my body works and moves, and my skating has really benefited from that.”

The West is best to spot UFOs

Researchers identified environmental factors that explain why reports of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena are more common in certain regions of the country, which will help determine objects that are a legitimate threat.

African American faculty and staff honored for outstanding achievement

During Black History Month, the University of Utah’s Black Cultural Center recognized the U’s best and brightest academic and professional community members at the 2024 Black Faculty and Staff Awards.

Thinking beyond the law

A new clinic at the S. J. Quinney College of Law is training students to apply creative solutions to environmental justice work.

Artificial Intelligence Examined at Digital Humanities Utah Symposium

On Feb. 23 and 24 the Digital Humanities Utah Symposium was held at the Marriott Library, attracting more than 100 scholars from universities across the Intermountain West and beyond.On Feb. 23 and 24 the Digital Humanities Utah Symposium was held at the Marriott Library, attracting more than 100 scholars from universities across the Intermountain West and beyond.

5 great reads to celebrate Women’s History Month

March is officially recognized as Women’s History Month through presidential proclamation. Here are suggestions from the Marriott Library for books to read this month!

Rare but not forgotten

Utah researchers hunt for ways to treat rare diseases that collectively afflict 10% of the U.S. population.

Great Salt Lake and the law

U College of Law’s Great Salt Lake Project wades through murky policy questions and legislation aimed at saving the struggling lake.

@theU February 26, 2024

Check out what’s happening this week.

Humans of the U: Michael Mezaros

“Coming to law school has been a really nice change of pace. I like being encouraged to ask questions and use my brain, rather than just being expected to do as I am told.”

Humans of the U: Kristen Santos-Griswold

“Since starting my physical therapy master’s program, I’ve learned a lot about how my body works and moves, and my skating has really benefited from that.”

The West is best to spot UFOs

Researchers identified environmental factors that explain why reports of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena are more common in certain regions of the country, which will help determine objects that are a legitimate threat.

African American faculty and staff honored for outstanding achievement

During Black History Month, the University of Utah’s Black Cultural Center recognized the U’s best and brightest academic and professional community members at the 2024 Black Faculty and Staff Awards.

Thinking beyond the law

A new clinic at the S. J. Quinney College of Law is training students to apply creative solutions to environmental justice work.

Artificial Intelligence Examined at Digital Humanities Utah Symposium

On Feb. 23 and 24 the Digital Humanities Utah Symposium was held at the Marriott Library, attracting more than 100 scholars from universities across the Intermountain West and beyond.On Feb. 23 and 24 the Digital Humanities Utah Symposium was held at the Marriott Library, attracting more than 100 scholars from universities across the Intermountain West and beyond.

5 great reads to celebrate Women’s History Month

March is officially recognized as Women’s History Month through presidential proclamation. Here are suggestions from the Marriott Library for books to read this month!

Rare but not forgotten

Utah researchers hunt for ways to treat rare diseases that collectively afflict 10% of the U.S. population.

Great Salt Lake and the law

U College of Law’s Great Salt Lake Project wades through murky policy questions and legislation aimed at saving the struggling lake.

@theU February 26, 2024

Check out what’s happening this week.

Humans of the U: Michael Mezaros

“Coming to law school has been a really nice change of pace. I like being encouraged to ask questions and use my brain, rather than just being expected to do as I am told.”

Humans of the U: Kristen Santos-Griswold

“Since starting my physical therapy master’s program, I’ve learned a lot about how my body works and moves, and my skating has really benefited from that.”

The West is best to spot UFOs

Researchers identified environmental factors that explain why reports of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena are more common in certain regions of the country, which will help determine objects that are a legitimate threat.

African American faculty and staff honored for outstanding achievement

During Black History Month, the University of Utah’s Black Cultural Center recognized the U’s best and brightest academic and professional community members at the 2024 Black Faculty and Staff Awards.

 
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