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Genetic testing motivates behavior change

A new study led by researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute investigated whether testing would motivate people at risk of melanoma to make changes to reduce risk.


Human Resources announcements

Volunteer at Employee Appreciation Day, prescription drug changes, supplemental life insurance maximum increase and WellU requirement changes coming for non-UUHC employees.


The changemaker: Elizabeth Kronk Warner

The first female and first Native American dean in the College of Law’s 106-year history is ready to revolutionize legal education at a time when the industry is ripe for innovative ideas to accommodate a changing workforce.


Protect yourself from opioid addiction

Dr. Tom Miller speaks about pain treatment alternatives to opioids you should know about and how to have a discussion with your doctor about how best to avoid becoming addicted.


U alumni coproducing ‘Run’

As U alumni, women in comedy and Latinas, Victoria Nones and Ana Breton’s collaboration came naturally as they teamed up to make a new reality docuseries.


Lost in transfer

The Crimson Transfer Honor Society stresses the importance of supporting transfer students.


Print & Mail recognized

In an industry based on using paper, sustainable practices are an ongoing challenge, but the department was recently awarded a bronze certification in the Sustainability Office’s Green Office Program.


Common summer injuries

During the summer, there is an increase in ER visits for avoidable injuries. Here are a few simple safety tips to help keep you safe.


Humans of the U: Grayson Hull

“In 2017, I saw an announcement in the pre-med newsletter that the Prison Education Project was starting and they needed volunteers. My mom is a school teacher, so education is pretty important in my family, and I thought it’d be a good thing to get involved in.”


2° For Change

Just a few clicks on your thermostat can save energy and protect our air. Take the challenge on Aug. 19, and help make a difference.