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Thin to win

U engineers develop a thin, lightweight lens that could produce slimmer camera phones, longer-flying drones.


The Arts and U

Enhance classroom teaching through class visits to the museum galleries and explore visual art objects in ways that illuminate course themes.


The Arts and U

The complete cast, including visiting cast with Broadway credentials and returning local actors, has been announced for Pioneer Theatre Company’s concert production of “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.”


The Threat Assessment Team

Because of Fall Break, this week’s SafeU theme focuses on staff readiness, which includes building a Threat Assessment Team—a group of staff dedicated to addressing imminent threats to campus, from both inside and outside the university.


RedMed flu clinics in October

If you were not able to get your flu shot at Employee Appreciation Day, you can stop at RedMed during one of their flu clinics.


On the value of a college degree

The worth of a bachelor’s degree is openly debated nationally given strong employment, the rising cost of a college education and other workforce training options. But the research is clear: A four-year degree offers exceptional value, both personally and to society at large.


Stopping the spread of cancer

Tara Deans, a U biomedical engineering assistant professor, received the National Institutes of Health Director’s New Innovator Award and a $1.5 million grant to develop a method that could help stop the spread of cancer.


I, Carly

After dealing with a new challenge this past year—one that threatened her life—Utah Soccer goalkeeper Carly Nelson discusses her recent health scare, growing up in Utah as a lesbian and the positive impact she hopes to have on her friends, family and others.


Birth of the internet

The U’s School of Computing celebrates the 50th anniversary of its contribution to the launch of the internet.


Class of 2023: Set for success

The U welcomes its most academically prepared class yet.