10 ways the U is improving air quality

The Sustainability Office has put together a list of the ways the U is working to reduce emissions and improve air quality.

Before you buy that software…

The U offers popular software licenses to students, faculty and staff for little or no cost.

Coronavirus testing: What you should know for spring semester

Knowing how many infections there are and how fast that infection is spreading to others helps inform strategies to contain the virus and helps us plan to take care of the people that become sick from the virus.

Circuit Breaker & VP Debate FAQ

What you need to know about access to campus from Sunday, Sept. 27 through Sunday, Oct. 11.

UTech one-day sale

On Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the University Campus Store and the University Campus Store Health in HSEB, all Apple products will be available tax-free for U faculty and staff.

Teaching Resources

SAVE THE DATE FOR THE ANNUAL TEACHING SYMPOSIUM M0nday, Aug. 17 | 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. J. Willard Marriott Library The Annual Teaching Symposium attracts an average of 300 participants from departments across campus. This includes faculty and graduate students involved in instruction (instructors of record, teaching assistants, graders, lab instructors, discussion leaders, etc.). […]

Teaching Resources

HOW TO FOSTER CRITICAL THINKING, STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN ONLINE DISCUSSIONS By Rob Kelly Threaded discussions can provide excellent opportunities for students to engage in critical thinking. But critical thinking isn’t an automatic feature of these discussions. It needs to be nurtured through clear expectations, carefully crafted questions, timely and useful feedback and creative facilitation. In […]