HOMECOMING WEEK: #UUTHROWBACK

Inspired by this year’s “UUThrowback” theme, Homecoming Week provides a way for students, alumni and fans to celebrate the U’s rich history and traditions of the past and present.

A return to campus in fall

Our success in meeting the challenges before us requires a shared commitment to abide by our guidelines, to be agile and flexible as needed and to treat each other with patience and kindness.

Student Life

JUMP TO: April is National Distracted Driving Awareness month The Office of the Registrar announces electronic wait list Save the date: Campus Store Apple one-day event on April 20 Matlab: Latest release available for download This week’s Red & White Fridays winner Mathematician honored for applying math to physiology U student awarded fellowship to study […]

Online security

U students, faculty and staff now have access to an online training on strengthening cybersecurity.

Announcements

JUMP TO: Gardner Building vandals arrested U Staff Scholarship applications open Safety of Minors in university programs Inclusive access helps students save 70-80 percent on textbooks October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month GARDNER BUILDING VANDALS ARRESTED U STAFF SCHOLARSHIPS SAFETY OF MINORS IN UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS Inclusive Access Helps Students Save 70-80 percent on Textbooks […]

WATER LAW DOWN UNDER

Law professor Robin Craig spent part of the semester as a visiting professor at the University of Tasmania School of Law in Hobart, teaching comparative water law, research resilience and climate change adaptation issues.

Hey you, get a flu shot!

Now more than ever it’s time to get a flu shot.

‘TOXIC FAT’

Research could help explain why some obese people are more prone to diabetes than others.