Lives of impact and inspiration

…do these folks justice, take a look at their short video vignettes below. We dare you not to feel inspired. Ronald G. Coleman BS’66 PHD’80 is an emeritus associate professor…

Building a mobile, virtual reality classroom

…Using the VR dissecting technique, every student has their own dogfish and they’re able to work with the specimen as long as they need—removing various organs, examining the vascular system…

Unusual earthquakes highlight central Utah volcanoes

…in the Black Rock sequences. Volcanoes? In Utah? PHOTO CREDIT: Paul Gabrielsen Volcanic rocks found in the Black Rock Desert, Utah. Download Full-Res Image All of these signs point to…

Perseverance Rover’s journey to Mars

…here at the University of Utah as an undergraduate, volunteering at a public watch party in the College of Science. I remember the dead silence that fell over an entire…

Exploring the science of sea ice

…bringing the principles of mathematics into some of Earth’s most remote and most vulnerable environments. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZagWEPgADo&ab_channel=UniversityofUtah Golden studies how sea ice forms and melts using mathematical models. He’s logged 18…

5 ways to determine if a grad program is right for you

…(physics), and your favorite school doesn’t have faculty in that specialized area, they cannot support you (and will wonder why you applied). 2. Assess the fit with your values and…

Statement regarding House Bill 302

…a core value, the NCAA and our institutions are committed to diversity, inclusion and gender equity. The NCAA supports the varying interests of their member schools: public, private, secular, and…

Travel as you learn

…since enrolling at the U in 2018. “If I could go back to my very first day of college, I would apply for Learning Abroad to get as much of…