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Tracking fossils to follow Utah’s past climate

A paleontologist and her team documented over 600 new fossil finds from the Age of Mammals, a record in the multi-decade Uinta Basin Project.

University Connected Learning

A new name for Online and Continuing Education.

Updated masking guidelines

A message to faculty from Senior Vice President Dan Reed.

Friday Forum: Leading with Equity

Join the first Friday Forum on Racism in Higher Education of the academic year.

Origins of Latinx Heritage Month

“Humanities Radio” celebrates Latinx Heritage Month in the first two episodes of season four.

Making the case for artificial intelligence

What risks to society go hand in hand with speed and convenience?

Outdoor Wi-Fi access on campus expanded

It is now easier than ever to get connected on campus.

U researchers receive Ig Nobel Peace Prize for study of beards as punch protection

Study explores how fighting may have shaped human evolution.

Bike unity

Celebrate Bike Week at the U with virtual and outdoor events planned.

Campus Events


Giving Day campaign submissions now open

Participate in the U’s largest fundraising event of the year!

Film crew on campus

Expect to see filming on campus Sept. 20-28.


You could win thousands of dollars.

A fall-time look for Zoom

Put some pumpkin spice into your Zoom meetings!

Statement on stadium tunnel poster vandalism

Please direct any questions or concerns in regard to this bias incident to the special assistant to the chief safety officer.

Plan ahead for field trips

Plan ahead for safety.

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Campus Events


5 career wellness tips to help you get hired this fall

The Career Fest can help students hone their job-search skills, build a network and land a dream internship or job.

Student survey aims to fight food insecurity

Food insecurity among college students remains a topic of concern that may influence academic and professional success.

PBS Utah Town Hall: Your mental health

The event will broadcast live and stream online to reach the broadest, most diverse audience possible.

Live theatre returns with ‘Storm Still’

The Department of Theatre plans to host live audiences for all of its 2021-22 productions.

Campus Events


Moonlight SUP
Have We Forgotten How To Talk About Our Science?
Social Media and the Free Speech Rights of Students
Yoga Recovery
Bob Ross Paint Along
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