Staff and faculty are invited to a day of fun and recognition on Thursday, Sept. 26, at Rice-Eccles Stadium between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
October is both Safe U Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Students, faculty and staff will have dozens of opportunities during the month to engage in safety awareness, education and training—from a student listening session on safety to workshops on diversity, bystander intervention and healthy relationships.
Rankings in U.S. News & World Report, Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education reflect continual progress at the university.
John A. Moran Eye Center physician-researcher Paul S. Bernstein and his patients at the U played a key role in the recent discovery of the first genetic cause for a disease causing a gradual loss of central vision.
Shamby Polychronis is passionate about social justice and inclusiveness for children with disabilities and works with educators and parents on how best to include them into the mainstream educational system.
National Geographic live, a concert and masterclass with American composer Anna Weesner, the first Jazz at the Café of the year and a “survival-of-the-fittest” production of “Macbeth.”
U researchers show why fire inversions happen and offer new air quality prediction tools.
The Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute welcomed its most diverse and ambitious group of student residents this year.
Join the U for Healthy Campus Week events, make healthy nutritional choices and increase your physical activity Sept. 24-27.
Events kick off with the Legacy of Lowell Service Project and culminate with Utah Football, when fans will cheer on 11th-ranked Utah vs. Washington State.